Cypress Hill to headline London's 4 Freeze event

Rappers join the party at the Battersea Power Station

Cypress Hill to headline London's 4 Freeze event
Cypress Hill are the latest additions to London's 4 Freeze event this month.

The hip-hop pioneers will headline the event at Battersea Power Station on Saturday October 25.

The Enemy, Reverend And The Makers and The Automatic will also play at the bash, as previously announced by organisers.

The four-night event will see the power station transformed into a ski resort for the duration of the event where, along with the bands, snowboarders and skiers will perform for the crowds.

Other additions to the Saturday night (October 26) line-up include Sway, Trouble Andrew and Thecocknbullkid.

The line-up so far is:

The Cuban Brothers, The Anomalies,I Say Marvin, The Holloways, Haunts, Les Gars, Underground Heroes, Jetblack, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool (October 23)

The Enemy, Reverend And The Makers, The Automatic, Cage The Elephant (24)

Cypress Hill, Iglu & Hartly, Sway, Trouble Andrew, Thecocknbullkid (25)
Annie Mac DJ (26)


To check the availability of 4 Freeze and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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