PartyNextDoor, Sean Paul, Honey Dijon and more announced for next year's Strawberries & Creem festival
The event is set to be held on a new site at Childerley Orchard, 10 minutes outside Cambridge, on Saturday (June 19) and Sunday (June 20) 2021.
The festival's biggest ever line-up ever - a blend of world-renowned artists and rising talent from the worlds of hip-hop, R&B, dancehall, house, garage, etc. - includes Canadian artist PartyNextDoor, Manchester MC Bugzy Malone, and two Jamaican Grammy winners - 20-year-old prodigy Koffee and the highly successful Sean Paul.
For 2021, Strawberries & Creem are introducing two new dedicated dance stages. One of the top house DJs, Honey Dijon will be headlining the Hidden Palms stage, while Glaswegian party-starter Denis Sulta will also bring his flamboyance and mischief to the party.
Alongside its musical offering, the festival aims to champion youth culture - from football and gaming, to entertainers, podcast and comedy, to talks focusing on the biggest issues and topics in the UK scene and across current affairs.
The festival’s co-founder Chris Jammer said: “It has always been our aim to establish Strawberries & Creem as a major brand representing British youth culture - not just the music, but for the whole scene.
"It’s been an incredibly tough year for everyone, but in many ways the disappointment of 2020 gave us time to re-energise, restructure and refocus our attention on building an experience that truly represents young people - in all of their diversity and creativity."
Weekend tickets start at £79.50 - covering entry on Saturday and Sunday, including a return shuttle bus to/from the site.
Single Creem Day tickets (from £44.50) and Iced Creem VIP packages also available.
Glamping will be offered for the first time, with a limited number of luxury pre-pitched tents available to book from January, which include early entry on Friday evening.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit strawberriesandcreem.com.