Creamfields 2017 announces Stormzy and Chainsmokers

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Photo credit: Andrew Benge/Redferns / Rex Shutterstock

From Digital Spy

Time to get your rave on, as Creamfields has dropped its 2017 lineup.

The annual dance festival will feature plenty of big names this year, including Stormzy and The Chainsmokers, joining the previously announced Deadmau5 and Eric Prydz.

Also playing are Above & Beyond, Fatboy Slim, Annie Mac and Diplo, as well as DJ sets from Chase & Status, Faithless and Pendulum.

Alesso, Galantis, Goldie, Duke Dumont, Adam Beyer, Andy C, Armin van Buuren, Dillon Francis, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ EZ and Don Diablo are also set to perform.

On top of that, none other than Idris Elba will make an appearance, so everyone else might as well go home to be honest.

The Cheshire festival takes place on the August Bank Holiday weekend (24-27), with prices ranging from £85 to £330 plus booking fees, depending on packages.

Photo credit: Theo Wargo / Getty Images
Photo credit: Theo Wargo / Getty Images

There's no doubt that Stormzy will be much-anticipated, especially after the stellar year the grime artist has had.

Most recently, he performed with Ed Sheeran at the BRITs on Wednesday (February 22), and he released his debut album Gang Signs & Prayer just this week.

The Chainsmokers also performed at the BRITs, debuting their collaborative single with Coldplay called 'Something Just Like This'.

Watch the video for Stormzy's 'Big For Your Boots':

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