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Music / November 8, 2022

The Prodigy announce three Irish shows for 2023

Music / November 8, 2022

The Prodigy announce three Irish shows for 2023

The iconic group are returning to Ireland for the first time since the passing of Keith Flint.

Last year, The Prodigy toured the UK in a bittersweet return following the easing restrictions. It marked their first shows since their frontman Keith Flint passed in March 2019. Now, they are heading to Ireland for three outdoor shows across the country.

On June 28, 29 and 30 the group will head to Cork, Dublin and Belfast, respectively.

Andy C is on support duties and speaking on the upcoming shows, member of the group Liam says, “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”.

At the moment, the group are in the studio working on their follow up to their last album No Tourists. Landing as their seventh consecutive chart-topper, it saw them break the record for most number one UK albums by an electronic act.

Tickets start at €59.90 and go on sale this Friday at 09.00.

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