bbc music and creamfields, behind the scenes at creamfields

BBC Music and Creamfields are giving brand new up-and-coming DJs, producers and live electronic acts from around the UK, the chance to play alongside some of the world’s biggest artists at Creamfields this year.

BBC Music and Creamfields, will be hosting an Introducing stage at Creamfields for the first time in the festival’s history. The Beeb have been responsible for nurturing the careers of some of the world’s biggest artists including James Bay, Florence and the Machine, Jack Garratt, Jake Bugg and Slaves who all graced festival stages around the world over the last 10 years.

BBC Music Introducing supports unsigned, under-the-radar and undiscovered music, and has a presence at some of the key UK music festivals throughout the year, including Radio 1’s Big Weekend, Glastonbury and Reading/Leeds Festivals.

The BBC Music Introducing first ever dedicated dance music stage, will present live acts and DJs within the electronic music scene who have been selected via 38 local BBC regional Introducing shows along with Radio 1 DJ’s picking their favourite artists to perform on the new stage.

DJ, producers and live electronic acts can upload their music via the BBC Music Introducing website =>

Creamfields returns to Daresbury in Cheshire from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th August Bank Holiday weekend. Tickets on sale now / #Creamfields2017



  • Mark Betteridge

    Mark Betteridge is C-U's owner and founder. C-U was formed to support up and coming artists in the underground and promote genres that were being ignored by the dance music media.