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Creamfields returns to Hong Kong this April 2023, with tickets on sale now!

By Celia Lee 17 March 2023

Header image courtesy of Creamfields Hong Kong (via Facebook)

Riding on the hype of Clockenflap 2023 taking place just a few weeks ago, the start of April spells something equally exciting—the dance music festival from the UK, Creamfields, makes a much-anticipated return to Hong Kong on 1 and 2 April.

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Photo: Creamfields Hong Kong (via Facebook)

After a two-year-long hiatus, Creamfields is returning to Hong Kong with a bang this year, promising to be even bigger and better than before. The outdoor festival will feature a selection of DJs and dance music superstars this year, with Calvin Harris, Tiesto, and The Chainsmokers as headliners. Attendees can also look forward to performances by John Summit, Beauz, and Miss K8, as well as local acts, including iLTIK and Karlie.

Photo: Creamfields Hong Kong (via Facebook)

The festival will be divided into two stages over the two-day period, with the Main Stage housing headliners and supporting acts. The Go Hard Stage on Saturday features back-to-back DJ sessions for festival-goers to dance their hearts out, while the Future Sound of Egypt showcases top talents from the dance, electronic, and trance genres.

Photo: Creamfields Hong Kong (via Facebook)

Creamfields will take place at Central Harbourfront Event space in April, where Clockenflap hosted its concert in early March. Tickets are now on sale via Eventbrite, and much like Clockenflap, they are selling fast! Get yours now before they sell out.

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.

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