NEWS: Creamfields unveils 2013 stage production never before seen in the UK

Fresh off the back of Electric Daisy Carnival London, a partnership with Cream, Insomniac and Live Nation we can now reveal the main stage production plans for Creamfields 2013 which will feature the biggest stage production ever seen in the UK. Creamfields have also issued their final ticket warning as the event is expected to be completely sold out in the next 14 days.

The brand new stage structure will be three times the size of 2012, spanning 60 metres wide x 18 metres high, (the equivalent of 6 x 4 double decker buses) and will be fitted with 7 LED screens promising an unforgettable visual show.

To complement the new stage production we will also be installing six FX towers either side of the crowd packed with lasers, pyrotechnics and FX to provide a total 360 degree production experience.

That’s not all, over the past six months they have been developing a production package to outshine anything seen before at the festival before including six different pyrotechnic packages including the largest flame system range in Europe, aptly named the ‘Hurricane’.

Turning up the heat with our pyro packages they have also got something too cool you down. If you have ever visited Cream Ibiza and stood under the ice cannons then get ready for their debut at Creamfields. Firing from the brand new FX towers they are going to hit the crowd with 20 metres of nitrogen decimating it in seconds, leaving a low lying cool mist to refresh everyone for the next track.

Finally, as one of the most important aspects of any electronic show, they have put together a breathtaking laser package which will cover the crowd from the stage and the FX towers before hitting it with the mega shooter, powershot and stadium shot confetti cannons capable of blowing confetti up to 50 metres.

View the production trailer featuring 3D images of the brand new stage here:

This will be Creamfields 5th consecutive sell-out which will attract a record 60,000 dance fans with performances from the likes of The Prodigy, AVICII, Tiësto, David Guetta, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz, Knife Party, Paul van Dyk, Groove Armada, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Sub Focus plus many more.

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