You better all be bracing yourselves for Creamfields 2014, Liverpool’s second favorite export, which will be hitting Buenos Aires today.

Widely heralded/self-proclaimed as “the most important electronic music festival in the world” (maybe even in South America), this year you can expect an estimated hoard of nearly 80,000 party animals to gravitate their way down towards the Autódromo de Buenos Aires in Villa Lugano.

Creamfields is Argentina’s most popular – and long-running – music festival since it’s awkward first arrival in 2001 amidst massive economic meltdown. However, it has grown bigger and better since the first 18,000 braves ventured up to San Isidro over ten years ago, and this Today the party kicks off yet again at 4 PM with headliners you’ll have heard of even if you spent the last decade hibernating in a small cave in Himalayan Tibet (David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas). Also featuring are those weird sort-of Swedish-sounding DJs whose names you have no idea how to pronounce (Sven Vath, Gaiser, R3HAB) and all those other names you’ve never heard of in your life but will pretend to know intimately in order to appear hip and knowledgeable (everyone else).

While the keener music-lovers and hedonists among you have already snagged all those Early Bird tickets, you can still buy General Admission online on Multiticket for a modest service charge of only $70 (for a website? What?), or alternatively, you could hunt down that friend of a friend who knows someone selling tickets for a fractionally cheaper price and join in on the last-minute scramble.

Meanwhile, the porteños are going wild. The first guy I met when after landing in BA told me his son has a Creamfields tattoo (you do not want to know where) – apparently, it’s a thing. Yes. Creamfields here is quite popular.

And just check out these guys:

The Creamfields Bus leaves Magdalena’s Party (Thames 1795) at 8pm, and if you’re really unhinged, you can top off over twelve hours of fiesta with an after-party in Palermo on Sunday morning, but you should probably get some help.

Here are the line up and times:

16.00 Rama
18.00 Catnapp
18.45 Leandro Fresco & Gustavo Lamas
19.45 Silver City
21.00 Hercules & Love Affair
22.15 Franco Cinelli & Deep Mariano
00.15 David Guetta
02.45 Martin Garrix
04.45 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

16.00 Guille Qero
17.30 Deep Mariano
19.00 Felipe Venegas
20.30 Hernán Cattaneo
22.30 The Martínez Brothers
00.30 Tale of Us
02.15 Solomun
04.15 Deep Dish

16.00 Santiago Martínez
17.00 Hiio
18.00 Jay West
19.00 Facu Carri
20.00 Zuker
21.00 Otto Knows
22.45 R3hab
00.15 Tommy Trash
02.15 Fedde Legrand
04.15 Arty

16.00 Jorge Savoretti
17.15 Miguel Silver
18.30 Brian Gross
19.30 Franco Cinelli
20.30 Barem
22.00 Dubfire
00.00 Maya Jane Coles
01.30 Maetrik
03.00 Gaiser
04.00 Richie Hawtin

16.00 Londonground
17.15 Luis Nieva
18.45 Ernesto Ferreyra
20.00 Julian Jeweil
21.30 Ilario Alicante
23.00 Guy Herber
00.30 Art Department
02.30 Sven Vath
04.30 Mathias Kaden

Have fun!

Or you could go see the Arctic Monkeys at the Personal Fest.

Your choice.