Streets to headline Freeze Festival 2011

Wed 04 May 11

The Streets, in their final year as a band, will headline the Relentless Energy Drink Freeze Festival 2011. This performance is likely to be the last London festival the band will ever play.

Streets to headline Freeze Festival 2011

Streets to headline Freeze Festival 2011 © Photo: Sports Vision

The Streets, in their final year as a band, will headline the Relentless Energy Drink Freeze Festival 2011. This performance is likely to be the last London festival the band will ever play.

The Streets, lead by Mike Skinner, brought a new style of music to the UK, in 2002, with their debut album Original Pirate Material. Tracks like “Lets Push Things Forward and “Don’t Mug Yourself” established the band in the UK music scene.  Subsequent albums A Grand Don’t Come For Free, The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living and Everything is Borrowed have made the group a household name in the UK. Singles such as “Fit But You Know It” and “Don’t Mug Yourself” can still be heard on the radio and in bars and clubs across the country.

Mike Skinner from the Streets
Mike Skinner from the Streets

The Streets have now released their last album Computers And Blues and from the outset it’s clear that Skinner intends to go out with a bang. The album crams everything Skinner has learnt in the course of his very personal five album odyssey into a package as irresistibly box-fresh as his game-changing 2002 debut Original Pirate Material. 

Freeze festival 2010
Freeze festival 2010
Photo: Sports Vision

Early Bird tickets are now on sale at www.thefreezefestival.com . There are a limited amount of these tickets and general release tickets will be available from Monday 16th May. General release tickets will coincide with further stage announcements.

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