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Electronic Artists Abound as Steel Yard London Heads to Victoria Park

May 28 will see London’s Victoria Park being produced to the max, as dance music megabrand, Creamfields, turn out to bring the London leg of their Steel Yard event.

If you’re a fan of dance music with a more commercial twist then CreamfieldsSteel Yard has got you covered.

First off, headlining, we have EDM royalty showing up to rock the Steelyard to its very foundations. Axwell /\ Ingrosso have been on the EDM scene since 2014, when the pair broke away from Swedish House Mafia and branched out on their own, signing to Def Jam Records.

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Photo: Anthony Mooney

The pair are no strangers to the festival circuit. They played Creamfields back in 2010 as Swedish House Mafia, then made their UK festival debut at 2014’s V Festival. Fans going to Steelyard specifically to catch the performance by the Swedes, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, will likely be treated to big anthem tracks Sun is Shining, On My Way, and Something New. They are also likely to play tracks from their most recent EP, which the dropped in May 2017, titled More Than You Know.

Joining them will be Dutch vocal house producer, Don Diablo, who ranked at number 15 in the 2016 edition of DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs. The Sellout Sessions head honcho will be in full effect at the 2017 London Steel Yard, and will undoubtedly be throwing down tracks from his album, Past.Present.Future.

French DJ and producer Martin Solveig will be gracing the stage with his presence, as he will no doubt be playing tracks from his own back catalogue as well as DJing tracks from other well-known electro house producers who fans of Solveig’s sound will be familiar with.

Veins production duo, Essex’s Third Party, will also be welcomed to the stage. The pair are likely to be playing tracks that form part of their current Hope tour. The two fit well into the EDM stable as they have previously provided remixes for the likes of Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, Sigma, and (perhaps surprisingly) Red Hot Chilli Peppers.

Electronic Artists Abound as Steel Yard London Heads to Victoria Park NextFest

Photo: Anthony Mooney

Last (but by absolutely NO means least) we have Rollo, Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz bringing their own brand of Insomnia to the Steel Yard. Better known collectively as Faithless, the trio will undoubtedly be smashing out the anthems that made them the famous electronic act they are today. With tracks such as the aforementioned Insomnia, God is a DJ, and Tarantula under their belt, Faithless are sure to set the Steel Yard on fire.

As with many of Creamfields’ events, there will be tonnes of additional attractions on the day, including fairground rides, and bars and food vendors providing the refreshments for the day.

For the full line-up, plus photos, videos and ticket information head to our Steel Yard London page.

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