Liverpool superclub Cream is celebrating its 22nd birthday this fall, and what better way to mark the occasion than with two massive parties, each featuring some of the biggest names in dance music?
Part one is due to take place on Oct. 11 and will be headlined by electro house superstar Chuckie, with fellow Dutchman Oliver Heldens alongside him and BBC Radio 1‘s Danny Howard supporting. Over in the Courtyard, Cream legend Paul Oakenfold tops the bill, with trance stalwarts Simon Patterson and Jordan Suckley also gracing the stage. For long-term Cream fans, the residents are kicking out the classics in the Annexe, providing a taste of over two decades of Liverpool’s biggest brand.
Things look set to get even bigger for the second show on Nov. 29, as Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings takes over the main room with the man himself headlining, backed by Tommy Trash and Don Diablo, the latter making his debut at the club. The Courtyard once again offers a stellar lineup in its own right, with Fedde Le Grand being joined by Thomas Gold and Chris Lake. Meanwhile, the Annexe is a mecca for the tougher end of trance, as Irish master Bryan Kearney is joined by Will Atkinson and Adam Ellis.
Tickets for both events on are on-sale now, but act fast, as part one is nearly sold out, and part two is expected to follow suit. It’s one of the biggest lineups in the UK this side of the new year, so be sure not to miss out!