Public Enemy and DJ Shadow to headline London's Freeze Festival - ticket details

Mark Ronson, Grandmaster Flash and Zane Lowe are among the other acts confirmed so far for the event

Public Enemy and DJ Shadow to headline London's Freeze Festival - ticket details

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Public Enemy and DJ Shadow are to headline this year's Freeze Festival in London.

The event takes place in Battersea Power Station over the weekend of October 26 - 27 and will also feature sets from Mark Ronson, Grandmaster Flash, Zane Lowe, Astroid Boys and a number of other acts.

Freeze Festival also features both a snowboarding and skiing competition as part of the weekend's events.

It played host to the likes of Groove Armada, The Joy Formidable, Everything Everything and The Streets in 2011.

See for more details about the event.

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

The line-up for Freeze Festival so far is as follows:

Public Enemy
DJ Shadow
Zane Lowe
Mark Ronson
Grandmaster Flash
Stanton Warriors
Snatch the Wax
Swami Baracus
Riz MC
Astroid Boys
Future Disco

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