Ticket demand was unprecedented for the intimate event in Kings Heath and all four releases of tickets sold-out on the same night – in just under four hours. You can read our original news story here.
Skinner, most famous for Streets classics such as ‘Fit But You Know It,’ ‘Dry Your Eyes Mate’ and ‘Blinded By The Lights’ will be heading to Kings Heath for a DJ set on Friday January 29th 2016.
The Streets broke through in 2002 with their seminal debut record Original Pirate Material and went on to release a further four albums including A Grand Don’t Come For Free, which further cemented their position as UK garage pioneers.
Support on the night comes from This Is Tmrw, Leftfoot and Now Wave DJs.
If you were lucky enough to get tickets – we’ll see you down the front!
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