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Are you a person who likes to turn your music up-loud and put the bass on full max? Well this Sunday 6th May head towards the Gold Coast, for Creamfields- a music festival that will defiantly party you out to the max.
Shining alongside many popular artists such as Usher, Taio Cruz and Ludacris – the now world's best DJ, David Guetta will be stealing the spotlight all to himself, for a very special appearance in this year's Creamfields. Other artists whom are more than ready to knock your socks off are – Above and Beyond, Dirty South, Alesso and many more.
Creamfields is an 18 event – so there will be drinks available. As well as the normal facilities such as toilets, foods outlets, rides and t-shirt stands. The event begins at 12pm on the 6th and finishes approximately 10pm the next day. So don't forget to rug up and bring some extra clothes for those Winter breezes.
Although Creamfields may be just a chance for a massive rave with some of the world's best DJs, the event organizers has responsibly arranged a return bus service for the Brisbane people. For just the price of $25.50, there will be a special public transport bus that will take anyone to the event and back home.
David Guetta's Album - Nothing But the Beat
So the big question is – how much are the tickets? Although the tickets have been on sale for a long time unfortunately the only ones available are the third releases and the third release with an album download. The tickets with no album download is $121.30 and the tickets with an album release it $137.49.
The third release with an album download, includes a digital download version of David Guetta's Nothing But The Beat – which is jam packed with 2 hours 14 minutes and 43 seconds of tunes. So before Creamfields is on, perhaps grab this ticket with the free album – then you can have a rave in your car, as you head towards the festival.