Festivals | Music
Sat 27 May 17 - Sun 28 May 17
||Saturday 12pm – 11pm, Sunday 12pm – 10.30pm
Grove Road, E3
Creamfields presents Steel Yard London
This two day extravaganza over the Bank Holiday weekend event is organized by The Warehouse Project and Cream. Though some special guests are yet to be announced, it promises to be a sensory treat with highly acclaimed performances from both Eric Prydz as well as one of the world’s biggest electronic duo’s Axwell / Ingrosso, who will take centre stage on May 27th and 28th respectively.
Eric Prydz wil debut his new concert, EPIC 5.0. EPIC—Eric Prydz In Concert—is the Swedish artist's signature live setup, with a stage that features three-dimensional holograms and video art, and a rotating setlist that highlights music from across his career and aliases. He's been regularly presenting newer versions of it over the years, and the fifth will make its maiden voyage in Victoria Park, as part of a "superstructure" called the Steel Yard, designed for Creamfields and reportedly "30% larger in scale than Madison Square Garden." (It'll also feature the largest-ever hologram used for a live performance, according to the concert's press release.) It's the only EPIC event planned for Europe in 2017.
And on Sunday, after two record breaking sell out Steel Yard shows in Liverpool and London along with a headline show in Amsterdam which featured Axwell / Ingrosso coming through the floor seemingly dragged upwards by a laser pod, the formidable pair continue to receive rave reviews, giving a whole new take on their classic tracks and teasing audiences of new music to come.
They have dominated the electronic dance scene over the last decade and have amassed over 300 million streams of their new music, last seen in London at their sold out Alexandra Palace show in 2015 they return to take things to the next level for what is set to be THE show of the summer.
The Steel Yard superstructure which was designed and created exclusively for Creamfields and the largest of its kind in Europe will be makings its London debut May Bank Holiday weekend 2017, one of a series of very special events planned ahead of the festivals 20 year celebrations.
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