The Prodigy will return for a landmark Irish tour in June 2023, as the band perform in Cork, Dublin & Belfast for the first time since the death of Keith Flint.

The Prodigy return to live outdoor stages this summer. The band will play in Musgrave Park in Cork on the 28th of June, Fairview Park in Dublin on the 29th of June & Belsonic in Belfast on the 30th of June.

Following the bands incendiary and emotionally charged sellout tour of the UK last July, their first since Keith Flint passed away in March 2019, the band knew it was the right time for them to bring their unstoppable live performance back to outdoor stages next summer.

“We always said from the start, as long as the people wanna see us, we will be there for them , to play our tunes live with full power and much rukus” – Liam Howlett

Liam and Maxim will be joined once again by long term live band members – guitarist Rob Holliday and drummer Leo Crabtree.

Currently the band are back in the studio working on new music. following up their last album ’no tourists’, an album that saw them break the record for the most uk number 1 albums by an electronic artist , with 7 consecutive no.1s stretching back to 1994’s music for the jilted generation,

“Get ready for the new wave of fire !!! this one’s for Flinty” – Liam & Maxim


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