Creamfields Steel Yard 2019 criticised for excessive noise across Liverpool


Cream Steel Yard – Bramley Moore Dock

Tomorrowland Garden of Madness event at Liverpool Central Docks saw thousands enjoy the night but drew criticism from Merseyside residents.

Tomorrowland and Creamfields returned to Liverpool with some of dance music’s biggest names.

Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike‘s Garden of Madness were top of the bill at Liverpool Central Docks cased inside the imposing Creamfields Steel Yard.

The iconic Steel Yard, a 20 metre high, 15,000 capacity structure, hosted the legendary duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike wowing crowds with their high octane sounds and wild imagery.

And while fans who made the trip to the docks were left in raptures, there was a massive outcry from Merseyside residents complaining that the noise could be heard more than seven miles away.

Liverpool residents took to social media to criticise the event and organisers with some insisting their children were left crying and some people taking to the streets such was their frustration at the ‘ridiculous noise.’

Creamfields appear to have hidden replies to those complaining on their account but the issues were reported throughout the night.

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Several people suggested the noise could be heard as far away as Bootle, Crosby and Melling.

Getintothis has contacted Creamfields for a statement.

Here’s a sample of the feedback left on Twitter tonight.




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