Their Ibiza Classics will return with a brand new show.
Organisers of Creamfields have announced Pendulum – Trinity as their first Arena headliner for 2020’s festival.
The legendary drum and bass group join Armin van Buuren as the renowned dance festival once again takes place over August Bank Holiday weekend in Daresbury, Cheshire.
Pendulum will bring their new Trinity concept to the festival, which features the band’s original trio of Rob Swire, Gareth McGrillen and Paul Harding.
No strangers to Creamfields, the band made their debut at the festival in 2006 and have performed numerous times since. 2020 will see them bring their large production to the Arena on Saturday 29 August.
Pendulum comment: “We can’t wait to headline the Arena at Creamfields next year, we’ve always had a great time at the festival and we’re looking forward to our return in 2020”.
One of Holland’s greatest music exports, Armin van Buuren will headline the festival’s South Stage on Saturday 29 August 2020.
The Dutch DJ is a firm favourite with dance fans across the globe, and Creamfields will see the musician return to the stage after a year-long hiatus.
Armin recently released his brand new studio album Balance. His seventh LP so far, the new record features collaborations with artists such as Above & Beyond, BT, Lucas & Steve and Rudimental.
Take a listen to the huge streaming hit Blah Blah Blah below:
More artists for Creamfields 2020 will be announced soon.
Last year’s festival saw a sell out crowd of over 70,000 electronic music fans descend on Cheshire for four days of music, featuring stunning sets from Calvin Harris, Swedish House Mafia, deadmau5 and hundreds more.
Creamfields Festival takes place from 27-30 August 2020 in Daresbury, Cheshire UK.
Tickets are available now. Get yours via Ticketmaster.co.uk