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Wed 11th May

Ticket Arena Malta - Creamfields Returns To Malta

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The world renowned dance leader Creamfields is returning to Malta across the public holiday of August 15th 2016 with another mouth watering line-up of headline grabbing international DJ talent.

For the first time ever, global star Oliver Helens will be playing one of his fine DJ sets, and he will be joined by the sensation that is Robin Schulz as well as Ziggy and many local Maltese stars on the Main Stage. Elsewhere, CLR label boss and techno royalty Chris Liebing will play, as will dance veteran Dubfire, plus Rumors founder and house star Guy Gerber as well as Carl Bee, Daniel Blade and more of Malta’s top underground DJs. Meanwhile, Feder will bring the house heat and will be supported by loads of local talents who all keep you dancing from dusk til dawn.

Malta is now the most exciting dance territory, and fastest growing scene, in all of Europe. Creamfields is one of the large scale event that has made it so and once again in 2016 more than 7, 000 people will gather to dance under a baking sun. There is a new and fresh venue for this year, Uno Village (the same one used for the much loved Lost & Found Festival) which is a newly refurbished site that boats more than 8000 square meters of lush greenery, beautiful trees and tropical atmospheres that will allow you to roam free between the many different offerings.

These include four stages, the MainStage, Techno Stage, House Stage and Alternative Stage, as well as an amazing food court with a cool Street Food concept featuring amazing homemade burgers, pulled pork, fresh juice selections and much more besides.

State of the art production, light and sound will mean every beat is loud and crisp, and sensory stimulating visuals and 3D Mapping will add another dimensions to the festival that will make it even more special.

Running from 6pm t0 4am, this is a sure to be sizzling one night only event that brings much more musical madness and first time offerings to Malta and keeps the island right at the top of the global clubbing hotspot list once more.

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