Freeze festival sold to Channel 4 and Boomerang in three-way deal

The Freeze snow sports and music festival has been sold to Channel 4 and Boomerang Plus.

Freeze festival sold to Channel 4 and Boomerang in three-way deal
Freeze festival sold to Channel 4 and Boomerang in three-way deal

The Battersea Power Station event, which last year attracted 10,000 visitors a day, will now be owned 50% by former owners Sports Vision, 25% by Channel 4, and 25% by listed firm Boomerang Plus.

Channel 4 will supply marketing support and on air promotion for the festival, Sports Vision will organise the event side and Boomerang will produce three televised programmes, including one show in the T4 schedule.

Last year's music line up included Reverend and the Makers, the Automatic, The Enemy and the Cypress Hill and they pulled in a capacity crowd of 10,000 on the main day.

The Freesports on 4 Freeze festival, as it is now known, will take place on 30 October to 1 November this year.

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