Creamfields Andalucia event report

The Creamfields festival started with the opening of the Cream club in Liverpool, back in 92. Since then, the brand Creamfields has exported the festival worldwide, in countries such as Australia, Argentina, South Africa, Japan, Peru, Argentina, Greece, New Zealand, the Philippines, Slovakia, Turkey, Egypt, Russia, Poland, the US and several European countries. Spain is one of them; more exactly the coast of Almeria, with Playa de Villaricos.

One August the 12th, another Creamfields party monster took place, the third edition of Creamfields Andalucia. Beat Factor had the opportunity to catch this year's Creamfields Andalucia festival, so these are the first impressions from what happened there. With an increasing number of visitors each year, this festival gained last year more than 20 000 party people and in 2006 the number was significantly bigger. The headline heroes were Pet Shop Boys, Miss Kittin, Dave Clarke, Carl Cox, Audio Bullys, Fisherspooner, and many others. At the camp site there were four stages: the San Miguel Stage featured Pet Shop Boys, Fischerspooner, Audio Bullys and Vitalic with live performances; at the Pepsi Stage Jeff Mills, Dave Clarke and Alex Under were just three of the artists included; the Speed Open Air stage consisted of Ricardo Villalobos, John Digweed, Roger Sanchez and Hernan Cattaneo amongst others, and finally, at the Lo.Li.Ta Stage was playing 2 Many DJs, Tiga, The MFA (for details see the entire line up).


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Creamfields Andalucia event report
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August 16, 2006 at 10:35 PM CEST

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