Creamfields 2014: Line-up includes Calvin Harris, Avicii and Deadmau5 as headliners
Fatboy Slim, Tiesto and Annic Mac are all confirmed for the August festival
Calvin Harris, Avicii and Deadmau5 have been announced as headliners at this year's Creamfields festival.
Irish DJ Annie Mac will bring Annie Mac Presents to the site in Daresbury, Cheshire, while it all goes Pete Tong with Sasha, Joris Voorn and Hot Since 82.
Radio 1's Zane Lowe will be spinning the decks and "Take Over Control" producer Afrojack will join progressive trance DJ Armin van Buuren on other stages.
Eric Prydz of "Call On Me" fame also appears on the Saturday line-up, alongside Steve Angello, Hardwell, AN21, Maceo Plex, Sick Individuals and Steve Aoki.
Sunday sees the likes of "Rockafeller Skank" rapper Fatboy Slim, Dutch DJ Tiesto and Swedish electro producer Alesso perform alongside the Grammy-winning Paul Van Dyk (also known as Matthias Paul) and British DJ Duke Dumont.
English dance group Above & Beyond, former Swedish House Mafia members Axwell and Ingrosso, Filipino producer Laidback Luke and electro duo Gorgon City all head up respective Sunday stages while Dimitri Vegas, Booka Shade, Ferry Corsten, Chuckie and Tommy Trash appear elsewhere.
Music for the Friday of Creamfields is yet to be announced.
Creamfields takes place 22-24 August with tickets on sale Friday
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