All Together Now has announced that The Prodigy will headline the Sunday of the festival. The Prodigy are set to headline a festival in Ireland for the first time in six years, following their previous festival appearance at Electric Picnic in 2018.

They join The National, Jorja Smith, Future Islands, Barry Can’t Swim, James Vincent McMorrow, and over 100 other performers at this year’s festival, with an additional feature of 50+ artists across 18 stages being announced tomorrow.

Following the incredible sold-out performances in Musgrave Park, Fairview Park, Dublin, and Ormeau Park, Belfast in 2023. The Prodigy will close the Bank Holiday Sunday at All Together Now.

Liam Howlett stated, “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 ruckus.”

In addition to their live performances, the band is currently in the studio working on new material. This upcoming work will follow their critically acclaimed album “No Tourists,” which solidified their status as record-breakers with seven consecutive UK number-one albums—an unprecedented achievement for an electronic act, beginning with 1994’s “Music for the Jilted Generation.”

Tickets & additional campervan passes go on sale this Thursday at 9AM.

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