This year’s Freeze Big Air 2015 festival has been put on ice due to scheduling issues.

Organiser Vision Nine Group said on its website the event, which was due to take place on Saturday, November 14, will instead be held in early 2016, when it will run in “a slightly different format”.

A statement on its official site said: “We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused by the postponement of Freeze Big Air 2015.

“Our aim has always been to make Freeze the best event possible, and we know that by postponing to a future date we will make the experience even better.

“We’re very thankful to all ticket buyers and fully appreciate everybody’s frustration.

“We will be working with the International Ski Federation and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to find a date that better fits with athlete schedules and the wider competitive calendar and that will ultimately enable us to deliver a bigger and better event.

“More news and a revised date will follow shortly. We still have a little something in the pipeline for 2016 in a slightly different format so keep an eye out for that.”

The festival, which this year was to be headlined by Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, combines snowboarding and skiing competitions with live music and entertainment.

This was the first year it was going to be held in Stratford after moving from its previous home on Clapham Common.

For further information contact freeze@visionninegroup.com.