Creamfields is marking its sixth year at Daresbury with another stellar line-up of talent over the August bank holiday weekend.
Headline acts for this year include the Chemical Brothers, Tiësto, Paul van Dyk and Eric Prydz on Saturday 27th, and Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta and Armin van Buuren on Sunday 28th.
A DJ set from Calvin Harris, plus sets from Ferry Corsten, Annie Mac and Erol Alkan also catch the eye on the Saturday. Creamfields favourites and scene heavyweights Sasha, Pete Tong and Judge Jules will also be among those wearing sunglasses at night.
But that's just half the story. The next night, Swedish House Mafia will be supported by a second set from Calvin Harris and Sunday also sees the likes of Sven Väth, Josh Wink, Chicane and Paul Oakenfold, who played at the first Creamfields (in Winchester) back in 1998.
Weekend tickets are £115, including camping, although two-day passes without camping are also available at the same price.
If you want access to hot showers and 'posh toilets', there are weekend hospitality passes available at £190. This includes access to the Event Arena the Hospitality Arena and VIP Camping.
If it's sunny, it'll be magical no matter what. If not, and you can afford the hospitality package, then at least your soggy summer weekend will have a decent soundtrack and a flushing loo.