The Young Academic School of Music can announce that Cream’s annual festive knees up is now firmly fixed into every dance fans clubbing calendar. Whilst the venue is still on a high following Part 1 of Cream’s 20th Anniversary celebrations they are pleased to announce the line-up for this year’s Boxing Night Special.

First up Cream will welcome Laidback Luke, who will be jetting in especially for the occasion, following an overwhelmingly successful season as exclusive resident for Cream in Ibiza, there is no denying that this Dutch turbine has truly established a name for himself not only as a DJ but as one of the most in-demand producers on the planet.  Joining Luke in the Main Room is fellow Dutchman Nicky Romero.   Nicky’s meteoric rise to international fame has flourished over the last few years following a series of successful productions, which has brought him to the attention and into the studio with some of the world’s most sought after electronic acts, including David Guetta, Avicii, Madonna and Usher.

Next up is special guest and Tiësto’s DJ of choice – Hardwell, last year saw him support the world’s No.1 DJ on his US tour and at only 23 years old he is already an award winning DJ, producer and label manager, in addition he was voted #24 in this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 which isn’t bad for his first entry in to the chart – he is undoubtedly one of the leaders of a new generation of DJs.

Keeping with the Dutch theme Cream will welcome back Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano who having left a lasting impression at their last appearance which saw them blow the proverbial roof off the Main Room, they will surely be expecting the same energy on Boxing night. Completing the line-up is Cream resident Anthony Probyn.     

Needing little introduction and leading the way in the Courtyard is Cream regular Ferry Corsten.   Renowned for his unique up-tempo big room trance and house sound, its’ with great pleasure we welcome back the award winning DJ/Producer.    Joining him will be one of America’s busiest international DJ’s Markus Schulz, his unique trance-progressive sound is the appeal that has seen Markus consistently voted as one of the world’s Top 10 DJ’s and seen him attract the masses the world over.  Completing the line up in the Courtyard will be Cream residents Gareth Wyn and Rob Harnetty.

The Annexe will be home of course to the residents and leading the pack is one of Cream’s favourite sons Paul Bleasdale.  Despite a 10 year hiatus away from the decks he is Cream’s longest serving resident and it’s with great pleasure the Cream team welcome him back on the decks following an amazing set at Cream’s 20th Anniversary.  Other acts taking over the Annexe will be Jemmy, Andy Mac and Lee Ellis.

This event is expected to sell out Young Academic readers are advised to purchase advance tickets to avoid disappointment.

Tickets on sale now £30+BF / www.ticketmaster.co.uk Tel: 0844 847 1727 (24hr) / www.ticketline.co.uk Tel: 0844 888 4401.

Cream Boxing Night Special @ Nation – Liverpool

Wednesday 26th December 2012

Main Room

Laidback Luke

Nicky Romero

Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano

Anthony Probyn

Special Guest:  Hardwell

Courtyard

Ferry Corsten

Markus Schulz

Gareth Wyn

Rob Harnetty

Annexe

Paul Bleasdale

Jemmy

Andy Mac

Lee Ellis

Event Info:
Nation, 1-3 Parr Street, Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool, L1 4JJ.   Tickets: £30+BF On Sale Now.   Times:  10pm – 6am (last entry 1am), Sawmill Bar open from 9pm.  Info: www.cream.co.uk / Tel: 0151 707 1309.   Dresscode: Jeans & Trainers ok, strictly no sportswear, Over 18’s only, Challenge 21 in operation please bring valid photo ID.
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