The Relentless Energy Drink Freeze Festival will return this year, in a new two-day format, say organisers.
The final day at Freeze Festival 2010 saw a disappointing turn out to start with as the rain fell on the sun blushed red bricks of Battersea Power Station, leaving the festival site in pools of muddy water.
Mark Ronson came on the main stage with his new band The Business in Halloween styled face paints for day two of Freeze Festival 2010.
Day one at Relentless Freeze Festival kicked off with a flying start yesterday (Friday) as Britain's best snowboarders and skiers went head to head at Battersea Power Station with the venue transformed into a ski resort with a 32m high, 100m long real snow jump at the heart of the event.
The Whip and Dananananaykroyd have been added to next weekend's Freeze Festival line-up with the snow sports and music festival to take place at Battersea Power Station from 29-31 October.
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Award-winning mixologist DJ Yoda heads up the latest acts confirmed for the Freeze Festival 2010 line-up, ahead of the event returning to Battersea Power Station from 29-31 October.
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Relentless Freeze Festival, which will return for a third year with shows from Mark Ronson and Pendulum (DJ set), has announced eight new acts.
Organisers of the Freeze Festival have just announced that Pendulum will be headlining the main stage alongside Mark Ronson And The Business Intl. and Roni Size.
The anticipation is over as festival organisers announce Mark Ronson and the Business Intl. as headliners for this winter's Freeze Festival in Battersea, London.
Roni Size with MC Jakes and Hadouken! are among the first acts confirmed for this year's Freeze Festival.