October 17, 2011 15:57

The Streets announce final farewell shows – ticket details

Mike Skinner will close the curtain on his band's 10 year career at The Big Reunion in Butlins

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The Streets have announced plans for their final farewell concerts.

Mike Skinner's band will play a double header at The Big Reunion over the weekend of November 18-20 and 25-27 before they officially retire.

The Streets will headline the main stage on Saturday, November 19 and 26 of the event in Butlins, Skegness.

The shows will see the band close their touring schedule for their fifth album 'Computers And Blues' and the end of their 10 year career.

Other bands on the bill include Example, Chase and Status and a DJ set from Pendulum. For more information go to Thebigreunion.com.

Before that The Streets will play their final London show at the Freeze Festival in Battersea Power Station over the weekend of October 28-29. Other acts on that bill include The Joy Formidable, Everything Everything, Groove Armada, Does It Offend You, Yeah? and Pulled Apart By Horses.


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