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Freeze Festival returns to Battersea Power Station for 2010

15:40 23rd April 2010 by Tom Copsey
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‘Early Bird’ tickets available from 23rd April

Freeze Festival, the UK’s only snow sports and music festival is back: 29th – 31st Oct 2010. For your chance to buy your early bird tickets at last year’s prices, go to www.thefreezefestival.com and sign up to the newsletter by 29th April to receive your exclusive ticket link by e-mail! The offer will end on 7th May and cut price tickets will be limited, so don’t delay. General release will go on sale on 7th May.

Once again, Battersea Power Station will be transformed into a ski resort hosting world class snowboarders from around the world. 2009 drew huge crowds to the South London site to witness the new and improved event site and enjoy what was the UK’s winter highlight. 2010 promises more of the same except with bigger names across the world’s of sport and music.

Dom Harington

Dom Harington

The 32m high kicker will sit next to the iconic towers of Battersea Power Station once again. 500 tonnes of real snow will be produced and packed onto the slope: the icing on the winter sports village cake. The big air jump will form the central hub of the competition returning as the biggest of its kind ever created in the UK. The overall length from the top of the jump to the landing strip will be 110m, with a 17m table top drop from which competitors from around the globe will be showcasing their talents.

The festival will kicks off on the Friday with a Battle of Britain snowboard contest. The best of British talent will battle it out for the title of top dog in the UK and last year’s winner Jamie Nicholls will return to defend their titles.

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On Saturday the LG London Big Air event, part of the FIS LG Snowboard World Cup, takes centre stage: the main competition for snowboarders. All riders taking part can score crucial ratings points in their quest to become World Champions. Last year’s event winner and World Cup Champion, Stefan Gimpl (AUT) will be returning to defend his title.

Alongside the stellar line-up of winter sports action, there will be a world-class music bill across the weekend to entertain the après-ski revelers. The main music tent has been extended this year to hold a massive 15,000 capacity crowd.

Expect another huge crowd

Expect another huge crowd

General release tickets are priced at £36 per day with a special after work offer for Friday 29th Oct of £20 from 6.30pm.

Fans wishing to attend the event are advised to visit www.thefreezefestival.com for further information.

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