It’s the best August bank holiday event in Liverpool every year and the countdown is on.
We cannot wait for Creamfields 2017 and here’s why.
A line up of dance DJ legends
There’s a reason Creamfields has been such a staple on the dance festival calendar for so long and that’s the superb line up of world class DJ’s who perform there each and every year.
The amazing live sets can be enjoyed on one of two huge main stages or inside one of the many sponsored arena sized tents including the amazing Steel Yard.source: Creamfields Facebook
With pyrotechnic displays to blow the minds of the many and amazing music to keep you dancing all night the Creamfields line up for 2017 is every ravers dream come true.
An excuse to wear full facial glitter
If there’s one thing at Creamfields it’s that anything goes.
The fashion includes everything from festival ready chic to dance music mayhem and madness. Expect to see catsuits, leotards, people dressed as animals and lots and lots of day glo.source: Creamfields Facebook
Even better a walk down Pamper Street at Creamfields will take you past stalls tents and make shift beauty boutiques all ready to give you a full Creamfields make over.
source: Creamfields Facebook
Whether you’re a gent with a full bushy beard or a babe wanting a little refresh the teams parked along Pamper Street will be there to bedazzle everyone with the perfect amount of sparkle and glitz.source: Creamfields Facebook
Everything from face painting to manicures and barber services will be available so you can look your best at Creamfields 2017.
Four days of fun with your friends
It is August bank holiday, after all, so because of this delightful fact, those whose work week usually starts on a Monday can use a day to recuperate after attending Creamfields.
From Thursday to Sunday, there will be enough dance music to wear out your wellies, and plenty of other fun and exciting things to keep you and your friends entertained.source: Creamfields Facebook
Whether you’re there all weekend or just for the day make sure and try out every food vendor, dance in every tent or arena and get yourself on all the thrilling fairground rides you can.source: Creamfields Facebook
Four fabulous days of festival fun will have you and all your friends exhausted come bank holiday Monday.
The weird and wonderful stalls and tents
You’ve fallen in love at Creamfields and want to get married!
Guess what you can right inside an inflatable bouncy church, that’s right Creamfields can actually perform a full, albeit slightly unorthodox, wedding ceremony. Not legally binding of course but the thought is there.
Not legally binding of course but the thought is there.source: Creamfields Facebook
The ceremony comes complete with wedding dresses, bridal party attire and a vicar that’s had 11 years’ experience providing happy couples with the day of their dreams.
Travel on shuttle bus to and from the field of dreams
If camping’s not your bag then forgo the struggle of putting your tent up, forget sleeping on the floor and that unending cue for the shower block of doom!
Instead, book to stay with Signature Living and enjoy a group hotel experience in the city centre.
Our superb accommodation and facilities are ideal for groups of festival goers and our stylish rooms can sleep up to 30 guests, complete with luscious en suite bathrooms and Bluetooth music systems.
The amazing transport links, organised by Creamfields, are as reliable as rain on a bank holiday weekend (fingers crossed for the sunshine).
Leaving regularly from St George’s plateau the shuttle buses to Creamfields take up to 50 minutes and will have a great atmosphere on board. There’s even a Facebook group called Creamfields Bus & Bants you can join before the blessed event begins.source: Creamfields Facebook
So, get yourself glammed up in one of our amazing hotel suites or apartments and make your way to Creamfields 2017 from the comfort of Signature Living hotel this August bank holiday weekend.
Call now on 0151 601 8801 or email email@example.com to get you city centre Creamfields accommodation booked for August bank holiday.