Felix Da Housecat / One+One / MTV Dance
salivating line up that’s guaranteed to get any electronic music
lover giddy, this years Creamfields festival is set to smash all
records as the best one yet. And we are pleased to reveal some new
additions to the bill, king of electro Felix Da Housecat will be
purring his way to the Cheshire countryside to perform in the
Chibuku arena, he is the Grammy nominated producer de jeur for high
calibre artistes such as Madonna and New Order and has promised a
unique and floor slamming set just for the occasion! Another new
addition to the Cream & Goodgreef Arena is One+One aka James Zabiela
and Nic Fanciulli, this duo have already been described as the
greatest house DJ tag team since Sasha & Digweed and with clubland
at there feet they are about to become two of the most powerful
names in electronic music.
To capture all of the excitement on the day will be MTV Dance.
Having attended Creamfields since 1999, the crew will be getting
amongst the punters to film one of the most important dates in the
UK dance calander. MTV Dance presenter Jo Good will be hosting the 1
hour special, with access all areas, viewers are promised the full
flavour of the festival. There’ll be interviews with DJ’s and
artistes, coverage of the best of their sets plus voxpops from the
festival goers. So smile for the camera people! The Creamfields
special will be broadcast on September 1 on MTV Dance.
Creamfields 2007, Saturday 25 August Bank Holiday weekend, other
artistes include:- The Chemical Brothers, Groove Armada, Kelis, Mark
Ronson, LCD Soundsystem, Carl Cox, Erick Morillo, 2ManyDJs, Ferry
Corsten, David Guetta, Eddie Halliwell + many more. Tickets On Sale
Creamfields UK 2007
Saturday 25 August 2007 Bank Holiday Weekend
Daresbury, Halton, Cheshire, 3pm to 6am,
Tickets:- £57.00+BF / Hospitality Tickets: £100 On Sale Now
Info:- 0151 707 1309 /
'delighted' as iconic Lewis's store in Liverpool is saved
Usdaw says the takeover of the iconic Lewis's store by Vergo Retail
is fantastic news for union members who have done a magnificent job
in keeping the store open after it went into administration.
Usdaw's local officials have worked closely with union members at
the department store to keep them informed of any developments and
support them through the uncertainty after the administrators were
"Usdaw is absolutely delighted that Lewis's has been saved as
it's such a historic part of Liverpool's retail heritage and there's
no doubt our members have played an absolutely key role in keeping
the store alive.
They've come into work day after day not knowing what the
future held for them but they've been totally professional and kept
the tills ringing so Lewis's became a viable proposition for any new
owners. The administrators Kroll have also done a great job is
keeping the doors open past their deadlines for closure as they
sought a new owner for this iconic store.
But our members would like to thank the people of Liverpool who have
rallied around streaming through the doors to spend money and regain
the 'Lewis's Habit' so the new owners have a great platform to build
the new store on.
We'd appeal to Liverpool shoppers to keep going
into Lewis's and make sure the store can take advantage of the
retail opportunities offered by the City of Culture next year.
Usdaw will be sitting down with Vergo next week to discuss their
plans for the business and keep our members fully informed as the
new owners take Lewis's forward." says Usdaw national officer John Gorle.