10 February 2011

'Dirty Talk' singer Wynter Gordon is set to appear at this year's Creamfields music festival!

After a great launch in 2010, Creamfields is back for Easter weekend -- and as public holiday watchers will know this year we get a 5 day weekend thanks to the addition of Anzac Day!

Creamfields will be headlined by Deadmau5, and will also feature acts like Martin Solveig, Skrillex, Chuckie and Simon Patterson

Tickets are on sale February 17.

Full lineup:

Deadmau5
Martin Solveig
Skrillex
Chuckie
Simon Patterson
Gabriel & Dresden
Wynter Gordon (PA)
Hi Tek Soul: Kevin Saunderson & Derrick May (25 years of Detroit)
Bingo Players
Skazi
Surkin
Dada Life
Umek
Nadastrom
Round Table Knights
Sandwell District
Tim Green
Bart Classens
Mumbai Science

Appearing at Planet Cream Adelaide (Indoor Stadium Show)

Deadmau5
Martin Solveig
Skrillex
Chuckie
Wynter Gordon (PA)
Bingo Players
Surkin

Creamfields dates:

Friday Apr 22 Planet Cream (Adelaide) - Adelaide Ent Centre (Indoor Stadium Show)
(2pm -- midnight)

Saturday Apr 23 Creamfields (Perth) - Claremont Showgrounds
(12 noon - 10pm) (Subject to Council Approval)

Monday Apr 25 Creamfields (Melbourne) - Melbourne Showgrounds
(12 noon- 10pm - Public Holiday Monday/Tuesday)

Saturday Apr 30 Creamfields (Sydney) - Showring & Hordern Pavilion
(12 noon - 10pm)

Sunday May 1 Creamfields (Brisbane) - RNA Showgrounds
(12 noon- 10pm - May Day Public Holiday Eve)



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