King David Guetta has left the stage – Creamfields 2014 (VIDEO)

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As I mentioned earlier Creamfields 2014 was on my bucket list and Saturday, November 15, I could finally feel good about deleting this event from my list and have since added Creamfields 2015 to next year’s agenda. It was absolutely FANTASTIC!

After a 45 minute taxi drive, we arrived at Mamacona in Lurin at 8.45 p.m. and got dropped off just 50 meters before the entrance. At that time only 600-800 people had shown up despite the fact that the event had opened its doors at 5 p.m. and was ready to entertain us for 12 hours as of 6 p.m.

Entering Fundo Mamacona, which often is used for other larger events, including Toro Match,’ we were met with music from three different stages with local and international DJ’s playing their latest hits accompanied by multimedia shows and lights.

Bars and food stands offering Miller beer, Smirnoff Vodka, RedBull, sandwiches, Chorizos, and other food items necessary to survive a 12 hour dance party were set out to make sure everyone had a good party.

We quickly found ourselves within the Miller area and Rodrigo Lozano had just started to play after which Deep Dish entered the stage and played a Pink Floyd remix that took us to level eight and where people started to realize that the party finally had started.

_(Video: David Guetta/YouTube)_

Like most visitors to Peru, David Guetta cashed in his birthday gift he received November 7 and went to Machu Picchu to celebrate his 47th birthday.

Many told me I was too old for this event and I was definitely one of the few older guys there, but I felt like I was 15 again and enjoyed every moment while being entertained by King Guetta himself. Mr Living in Peru really enjoyed Creamfields Watch some of David Guetta’s set here!

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Originally from Denmark, Carsten returned to Peru in 2002 with his wife and eldest son. He started LivinginPeru.com in 2005, among other ventures in Peru. Before this, Carsten has worked in tourism, living in France, Sicily, and the U.S., and promoted bands like Metallica, Def Leppard and U2 for PolyGram Records (now Universal Music). Carsten loves pisco sours, Peru’s cuisine, and traveling with his family within Peru, a country that he believes is the land of opportunities.