When it comes to ingenuity and innovation in the live event sphere, cutting-edge production will always cut through the mundane. As VR, live streams, and immersive festival experiences become all the more commonplace at home, festivals around the world will need to continue to seek out new and exciting means to cater to their audience. This year, Creamfields‘ Daresbury promises just the venture. The Bank Holiday festival will be bringing its attendees a brand new landmark – the first ever 360 degree, stadium-like structure, SILO.
After 12 months of planning, Creamfields created a fully immersive experience that promises to be equally as intimate as it is different than any other festival stage. A cylindrical chamber with an enveloping sound and exceptional light experience, SILO is the future of immersive live music. While it’s unbeknownst as to which artists will be performing in the SILO, as of now, attendees can expect an all-around assault on the senses, no matter who’s delivering.
Creamfields returns to Daresbury, Cheshire, in the UK from August 23-26. From a wide range of acts like Above & Beyond, Eric Prydz presenting his highly-anticipated HOLO show, Hardwell, Kölsch, Tiësto, Virtual Self, and many, many more, the biggest and the best acts amongst the dance music spectrum will undoubtedly deliver the show of a lifetime. More information and tickets are available here.
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