Cream Ibiza 2016 Line Up
CREAM IBIZA 2016 LINE-UP ANNOUNCED
The award winning Cream is preparing for another momentous summer season as it returns to Amnesia to take over Thursday nights on the white isle for fifteen parties starting 9th June through to 15th September, featuring an array of world class talent, debut performances and legendary residents.
As the longest running UK club brand on the island which celebrates its 21 year residency at Amnesia this year, the global dance heavyweights rarely disappoint and this year is no different as they deliver an A-list roster for the summer.
Terrace highlights this year include Fatboy Slim who returns to host his first every residency on the white isle, bringing with him his own patented brand of ‘party acid house’ and general good vibes. 2016 also welcomes an array of Cream Ibiza debuts from some of the most dynamic forces in music today, namely Grammy nominated Diplo, as one half of Major Lazer and Jack Ü there are few artists as versatile or successful at bridging the mainstream and underground.
Next up is one of the leading figures in the global EDM scene Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki, plus a dance duo who have rocketed from an unknown entity to one of the most renowned dance acts in the world…Knife Party!
Other acts completing the Terrace line up include Duke, Amine Edge & Dance, DJ Fresh, Mark Knight, Danny Howard, Philip George, Camelphat, W&W, Boys Noize, Jauz, Sander van Doorn, Deorro with still more names to be announced.
Over in the Main Room the talent continues with residencies from Above & Beyond who will also be hosting a series of very special Anjunabeats parties featuring big names from their stable, no Cream Ibiza season would be complete without uber resident Paul van Dyk who returns to the helm of the Main room for a series of seven exclusive dates.
Other performances not to miss come from Armin van Buuren who returns to Amnesia after a 5 year hiatus, Aly & Fila, Paul Oakenfold, Andrew Rayel, Cosmic Gate, Eddie Halliwell, Ferry Corsten, Gareth Emery, John O’Callaghan and Markus Schulz to name a few.