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|Nov 30||The Prodigy||3Arena Dublin, IRL||Find Tickets|
|Dec 1||The Prodigy / support from Public Enemy||SSE Arena Belfast, GBR||Find Tickets|
|Dec 3||The Prodigy||Barclaycard Arena Birmingham, GBR||Find Tickets|
|Dec 4||the prodigy||SSE Arena, Wembley City of London, GBR||Find Tickets|
|Dec 5||The Prodigy||SSE Arena, Wembley City of London, GBR||Find Tickets|
|Dec 27||The prodigy||Manchester Manchester, GBR||Find Tickets|
|Jan 28||Prodigy||Motorpoint Arena Sheffield Sheffield, GBR||Find Tickets|
For 15 years The Prodigy is at the controls… a long haul from that first east London gig.
Standout moments? How about playing Charly for the first time at Telepathy 1991 and Limelight in New York 1992. Keith in the perspex ball for ‘Break And Enter’ 1995. Maxim’s vocal debut on record with ‘Poison’. The Glastonbury take-over and floor collapsing at Brixton. Riots in an oversold Greek gig and stage invasion madness at Brighton Essential Festival. Playing war torn Beirut and spitting fury at 100,000 people in Moscow’s Red Square. Attacking American MTV with Firestarter. The banned Smack My Bitch Up video. Liam’s Dirtchamber bootleg mix album. Rocking the Coachella festival in L.A with pure British style. Triumphant return to the English charts at number 1 with Always Outnumbered Never Outgunned. 2006 saw a blistering headline performance at Isle of Wight festival and being the first dance/rock band to headline at the Download festival.
In 2007, The Prodigy entered a new chapter of their career, signing a deal with UK independent label, Cooking Vinyl, to set up their own label Take Me To The Hospital.
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