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Creamfields 2017 celebrates 20th Anniversary: Sunday in review

by Ellie Gregory. Published Sun 27 Aug 2017 14:00, last updated: 27/08/17

Today marks the last of Creamfields' 20th Anniversary celebrations after three days of non-stop performances from artists across the world.

Closing the Arc Stage last night, Swedish DJ duo, Axwell and Ingrosso, performed a pyromanic set whereby over one thousand house fans swarmed to the fields.

Red, blue and orange fire shooters, bedazzling white lights and an improvised music mix almost glorified the dynamic duo at Creamfields last night as they performed a 90 minute set.

Meanwhile over in the Jampacked tent, BBC Radio 1’s DJ Mistjam wrapped up his set with some classic mixes of Bob Marley to hype up the stage for Stormzy’s performance at midnight.

Arriving to a gargantuan cascade of screams from the crowd, Stormzy announced that his performance at Creamfields would be his last for the year.

“I want my energy crew ready to use every bit of energy tonight, even if you don't know me or my songs, I want you to use it all,” Stormzy told the crowd.

But today will see even more manic performances from the likes of Tiesto, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, and Fatboy Slim.

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