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The July 22 tour, which saw them tear up 3 nights at O2 Academy Brixton, was their first without their brother, the iconic Keith Flint. The way Liam H and Maxim incorporated and paid tribute to Keiths everlasting legacy with the live show was truly powerful. It was met with great support and love of their legions of fans across the country.
With a solid spring and summer run of international festival headline dates now underway, the band are looking forward to bringing the fire back to key UK cities once again. Kicking off in Glasgow on November 16th they’ll hit up Manchester, Leeds, Brighton, Cardiff and Birmingham before ending the UK leg at Alexandra Palace in London on Friday November 24th.
The Prodigy will be supported by SOFT PLAY, the British punk duo formerly known as Slaves. After being on hiatus for several years, Laurie Vincent and Isaac Holman have reignited their partnership under a new moniker, and their time on the road with The Prodigy will mark the band’s much anticipated return to touring.