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24 May 2020

World famous clubbing brand Cream have just unveiled the line up for their debut event at Redcar’s Majuba Beach on Bank Holiday Sunday 24th May and it features a salivating line up of deck legends past & present.

Leading the charge at Cream Classics On The Beach is a performance from one of the pioneers of dance music – Faithless (DJ Set). Known the world over for iconic tracks such as “Insomnia’, ‘God Is A DJ’ and more she will be joined by an artist who needs little introduction to dance music fans, the chart topping, Grammy Award winning  DJ; Roger Sanchez.

The rest of the line-up joining Faithless (DJ Set) and the S-Man doesn’t disappoint, with Mauro Picotto, Tall Paul, a Live performance from K-Klass, Mark Plumb & more.

Set in the stunning surroundings of the North East shore, Cream Classics on the Beach will see the clubbing brand bring you a unique day time party running from 2pm – 11pm which will also feature a host of festival attractions including a fun fair, an array of festival stalls and top food traders from the region, as well as an exclusive VIP chill out zone overlooking the main room stage action with it’s own private bar for VIP ticket holders.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 6th March from £20 and are expected to sell out quickly. Fans can sign up for priority access here:


Cream Classics On The Beach
Bank Holiday Sunday 24th May
Majuba Beach, Redcar

2pm – 11pm

Faithless (DJ Set)
Roger Sanchez
Mauro Picotto

Tall Paul
K-Klass Live
Mark Plumb

Tickets on sale 9am Friday 6th March from £20 Standard / £30 VIP (Q-Jump, VIP area access with private bar, toilets and VIP viewing platform) from / Over 18s Only (ID Required) / Majuba Beach, Redcar, Majuba Road, TS10 5BJ


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