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The bulk of the Welsh festival's lineup has been revealed.
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According to festival organisers, the three-day event has been called off due to noise complaints from locals.
The festival will hit the UK for the first time in July.
Thomas Köner, Tim Hecker and Andy Stott are among the artists booked for the festival's new Berlin and London editions this April.
By now a renowned fixture on the UK festival calendar, Creamfields has revealed its typically exhaustive line-up for 2013.
Four Tet, John Talabot and Kerri Chandler have also been confirmed for the two-day Manchester festival.
The Welsh festival today announced its full 2013 lineup.
Magda, Dixon and Joy Orbison are also among those booked for the three-day event at Knebworth Park.
Dixon, Kerri Chandler and many more are also confirmed for the Essex festival next May.
Steve Lawler, James Zabiela and Scuba have joined the bill for the London festival.
JD Twitch will launch the new locally-focused series in May.
Red Bull Music Academy, Hot Creations and Heidi will all host stages at this year's festival in Victoria Park.
Artists confirmed for this year's festival at Baskerville Hall include Burnt Friedman, Skudge, Karenn, The Black Dog, Objekt and Patrice Scott.
Sven Vath will be joined by Ricardo Villalobos, Richie Hawtin and Craig Richards at the open-air event in July.
Ruff Sqwad, Optimo and David Rodigan have all joined the bill for the new Cornwall festival.
The Knife, Marcel Dettmann and Hot Natured have been announced for this year's event on the Isle Of Wight.
Joy Orbison, John Talabot, Levon Vincent, Ben UFO, Move D, Rustie and Omar-S are among those booked for the new UK festival by Numbers and Dedbeat.
Richie Hawtin, Boys Noize, Todd Terje, Four Tet, Scuba and Marcel Dettmann are just some of the dozens of artists confirmed for this year's series in Manchester.