Felix da Housecat, a Grammy-nominated producer and expert of all things electro, has been added to the bill for this year's Creamfields event.
The feline fellow has worked with the likes of Madonna and New Order and has promised Creamfields revellers a unique DJ set.
Also added to the Cream and Goodgreef Arena at the event is the DJ team One+One, also known as James Zabiela and Nic Fanciulli.
Fans can look forward to a decent house DJ set from two rising stars in the world of electronic music.
Creamfields already boasts a strong line-up this year with acts so far confirmed including the Chemical Brothers, Groove Armada and Kelis.
The remix man of the moment Mark Ronson is also scheduled to appear as well as LCD Soundsystem.
DJs include Carol Cox, Erick Morillo, 2ManyDJs, Ferry Corsten, David Guetta and Eddie Halliwell with many more to be announced.
Creamfields takes place in Daresbury in Cheshire on August 25th and tickets are priced at £57.
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