Aside from a few hangovers and cleaning up after the Millennium celebrations, the Zap started the new century by regrouping in Brighton. This involved planning for the 2001 Streets of Brighton and bringing long-associated artists to new initiatives like the Latest Juicy Awards, an event to celebrate all that was good in Brighton and Hove.
Meanwhile, the organisation continued its three-year Lottery Funded National Street Arts Festival by co-ordinating the eighth consecutive Streets of London; the second Streets of the Midlands; the fifth or sixth (whoâ€™s counting) Streets of the South and the sixth Streets of the South West in Plymouth.
Following its â€?Wrap the Worldâ€™ Millennium project, Zap offshoot UZ started to work internationally in North America, India, Sri Lanka, the Emirates and Continental Europe.
> The Latest Juicy Awards
> 6th Streets of Brighton
> BBC Music Live
> Kent Business Awards 2000
> 6th Streets of the South
> 2nd Streets of the Midlands
> 6th Streets of the South West
> 8th Streets of London
> Sussex Business Awards
> Circus of Horrors
> Tunbridge Wells Winter Street Festival