Organisers behind Creamfields festival bringing dance music ‘legends’ to Montrose next year

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One of the most recognisable names in international dance music is coming to Montrose.

Club Cream Classics will host a night in Montrose Town Hall on Saturday, March 7, headlined by veteran DJ Seb Fontaine.

Organiser Russell Aitchison said: “We are delighted to have managed to book one of the biggest dance brands in the world to play at Montrose Town Hall.

“On top of that we have secured the legend that is Seb Fontaine to headline the event.”

The event demonstrates the Angus town’s increasing pulling power, after big hitting bands Madness and Kaiser Chiefs and chart topping solo artist Jess Glynne played open air gigs on the beachfront during the summer.

The team behind Cream currently organise the UK’s biggest dance festival Creamfields held between Liverpool and Manchester every year.

The brand started with a club night in Liverpool in 1992 and has grown to be one of most recognisable electronic dance brands in the world, putting out music and merchandise and organising club nights.

Cream resident Andy Mac, joins Seb on the bill along with local DJ’s Jocky and Iain Fraser, while Digital Love’s Stu Isles completes the bill.

Tickets for Cream at Montrose Town Hall go on sale at 8am on Friday 29th November.

Online ticket sales:


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