Birmingham musician Mike Skinner is set to play his final gig as The Streets at Butlins holiday camp in Skegness.

The West Heath-raised star will top the bill at the Big Reunion Festival on November 26, the day before his 33rd birthday.

He will also perform during the festival’s first weekend on November 19 and at the London Freeze Festival on October 29.

The Big Reunion shows will also feature Chipmunk, Example and Ms Dynamite.

Skinner has already completed a farewell UK tour, performing at Birmingham‘s O2 Academy in February, when he wore a Birmingham City shirt with the word ‘Wembley’ on the back to mark the team’s Carling Cup final appearance.

After launching The Streets with the single Has It Come to This in 2001, Skinner released five top 10 albums, with the last, Computers and Blues, named in honour of Birmingham City.

With his five album deal with Warners completed it is believed his future plans include developing new talent and working with other artists' material.

He recently remixed a track by newcomer Benjamin Francis Leftwich, who headlines at Birmingham’s HMV Institute on October 27.