Music / News

The Prodigy announce arena tour in November 2018

The electronic dance trio return with new album and ten UK dates this winter

The Prodigy have announced a huge UK arena tour this November to support their seventh studio album No Tourists which is due for release on 2 November 2018.

The dates will see the trio play their opening night in Glasgow to coincide with the album’s release, before performing in Nottingham, Brighton, Plymouth, Liverpool, Cardiff, Birmingham and Leeds, culminating with two massive shows at London’s iconic Alexandra Palace.

The electronic dance act, who formed in Braintree in Essex in 1990 still comprises of three of the five original members, keyboardist and songwriter Liam Howlett, MC and vocalist Maxim and dancer and vocalist Keith Flint, whose new album follows on from 2015’s The Day Is My Enemy.

Watch the video for their latest single Need Some1 from their fourth coming new album below:

Over the years, the band have racked up a staggering six No.1 albums and won multiple awards including two Brit Awards, two Kerrang! awards, and five MTV awards, as well as receiving two Grammy nominations. Always uncompromising, The Prodigy’s influence can be seen across generations, turning metal kids onto raving and ravers into metal-heads. Following their dates at Alexandra Palace, the dance trio will head to Europe for a further ten dates.

A full list of UK dates can be found here:

Friday 2 November 2018 – SEC Hall 4, Glasgow
Saturday 3 November 2018 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Monday 5 November 2018 – Brighton Centre, Brighton
Tuesday 6 November 2018 – Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth
Thursday 8 November 2018 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Friday 9 November 2018 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Saturday 10 November 2018 – Birmingham Arena, Birmingham
Tuesday 13 November – Leeds First Direct Arena, Leeds
Wednesday 14 November – Alexandra Palace, London
Thursday 15 November – Alexandra Palace, London

Tickets will be available from 09:30 on Friday 31 August 2018 via Ticketmaster.co.uk

Share post