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Generator is the new industrial stage at Creamfields

A cavernous space for the likes of Duke Dumont and Steve Angello

  • Christopher Rowland
  • 6 June 2018
Generator is the new industrial stage at Creamfields

Following Creamfieldsmassive line-up announcement and news that the festival is getting its first 360º stage, the organisers of the event have revealed another stage: Generator.

Consisting of “a cavernous structure made of scaffold and shipping containers”, Generator is going to be an industrial-feel enclosed space.

According to a press release, the space is “a production designer’s dream, including an enormous all-encompassing and multi dimensional wall of LED screens at the stage end, not to mention an abundance of lights, lasers, and pyro that will span the length and breadth of the structure."

Several of the shipping containers making up Generator's walls will double up as viewing galleries, making the perfect spot to get your dance on while having a prime view of the selectors below.

The stage will feature big-room line-ups featuring Armin Van Buuren, Alesso, Vini Vici, Duke Dumont, Steve Angello (live), and Above & Beyond, plus many more across the three days.

Check out more images of what the space is going to look like below and buy Creamfields tickets here.

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