The Streets Announce Gigs To Celebrate End Of Lockdown

Coinciding with the end of social restrictions in the UK from June 21, The Streets have announced a week of intimate gigs to celebrate.

The announcement follows the release of The Streets’ new single, Who’s Got The Bag (June 21st).

The Streets are planning to come back with a bang by hosting five nights of gigs and parties at The Mill in Digbeth in their native Birmingham.

“I’ve always said Who’s Got The Bag is a protest song, and if the science allows it we’re all ready to go back to our lives on June 21,” The Streets’ Mike Skinner told NME, “so it made sense for us to throw a rave in Birmingham that night – but even more sense to make it a week long one.”

A total of 500 tickets will be available per gig at the multi-purpose space situated against the Victorian railway arches near Birmingham city centre, and the week of The Streets live events will close with an 800 capacity club event.

Pre-sale tickets start from 10am on Monday March 29.

The Streets are billed to headline the Birmingham one-dayer MADE Festival on Saturday July 31, and London’s South Facing Festival and Victorious Festival in Portsmouth.