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With the hospitality arena moved out of the main festival arena it freed up much more space around the North Stage and the upper part of the festival.
This year also saw the introduction of 'new' arenas including the Pepsi Max Curve, Creamfields Towers and Creamfields Mega Arenas.
Originally billed as a 2-day festival EDC UK was reduced to one day just a few weeks before the event.
There were a few disgruntled fans as DJs such as Fat Boy Slim and Nervo were axed from the bill, but Sunday’s headliner, Calvin Harris made an appearance on Saturday.
The massive outdoor stages were also back, with twin North and South Stages surrounded by huge screens and all the usual pyro, confetti and streamers you'd imagine at a festival that attracts people from all over the world.
The Irish DJ who has previously hosted her own tent brought her Tropical Party from V festival to Creamfields and played amongst neon palm trees while the screens were filled with suitably tropical visualisations.
This set included some older dance tunes such as ' Sweet Dreams', ' Insomnia' and ' Hey Boy, Hey Girl' along with the obligatory Swedish House Mafia hits, ' Save The World', ' Don't You Worry Child' and ' Reload'.Although the tents have featured before at Creamfields they were given a revamp this year.The Curve Arena was particularly impressive to 'experience', although it was one of the smaller tents it was packed full of LED screens in a massive curve either side of the stage.Headlining on the stages Avicii and The Chemical Brothers played to tens of thousands.Avicii who was raised on a platform above the normal stage played out hit after hit from his collection, including mixing ' Hey Brother' into ' LE7ELS' featuring the soulful voice of Etta James to which the crowd responded with a massive cheer.