Mike Skinner's band performed their farewell gig at The Big Reunion event in Skegness on Saturday (November 26) and invited fans on stage for one last farewell drink, reports Spinner.
The show saw the group play a number of their classics including 'We Can Never Be Friends', 'Fit But You Know It' and 'Dry Your Eyes'.
The gig also coincided with frontman Skinner's 32nd birthday, which followed a day later on November 27.
Skinner toasted The Streets' ten-year career with a speech to the audience, acknowledging their success since 2002 debut Original Pirate Material.
Their final ever gig followed their last London-based show in October at the Freeze Festival at Battersea Power Station.
However, Skinner has already formed a new project titled The DOT with fellow musician Rob Harvey.
The pair have posted a number of unfinished demos online for fans to listen to, ahead of an official debut in the near future.
Listen to The Streets' hit 'Fit But You Know It' below: