The band headlined the main stage at this year's Freeze Festival at Battersea Power Station yesterday evening (October 29), playing a collection of their most-loved hits.
Frontman Mike Skinner used their final show in the UK capital as an opportunity to promote and joke about his new 'favourite' alcoholic beverage Tuaca.
Before playing 'The Escapist', Skinner told a packed tent: "I'll tell you a secret, yeah? You can get a gingerbread latte at Costa all year around. Now is the time to drink Tuaca."
The rapper then proceeded to swig from a bottle of the vanilla-based liquor to huge cheers from the crowd.
Noting that the Freeze Festival promotes winter sports, Skinner joked: "Skiing is for people who are posh. Just like Tuaca!"
After storming through a handful of tracks from the group's latest album Computers and Blues, the 32-year-old noted: "There's a lot of condoms floating around. What's with that? Are we all virile?"
The band then proceeded to perform 'We Can Never Be Friends' and 'Blinded By The Lights', which they mashed up with Katy B's 2010 hit 'Lights On'.
"It's the very last time that I'm on in this city," Skinner said. "I'm going to miss you."
The Streets then finished the main set with fan-favourite 'Dry Your Eyes', with Skinner concluding: "I've got to go because I've got the Dominoes app on my phone and I have a Texas BBQ waiting."
However, the group returned for an encore with 'Fit But You Know It' and included an interlude of 'I Love Rock 'N' Roll' into the popular hit.
The band concluded the set with recent track 'Going Through Hell', while Skinner declared: "I'm going to get drunk now. Thanks for listening to me chat s**t. Good night!"
The Streets will play their final ever shows at the Big Reunion events at Butlins next month.
Meanwhile, Skinner has already made plans to release new music through his new group The Dot after posting a collection of new demos online earlier this month.