Prodigy announce UK tour and ticket details

'Run With The Wolves' gigs set for January 2010

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The Prodigy have announced details of a new UK tour.

Liam Howlett's dance-rock collective will play six gigs in January 2010, dubbed the 'Run With The Wolves' tour.

The band are set to release a new single, 'Take Me To The Hospital', taken from their latest album 'Invaders Must Die', on August 31.

Watch a video interview with the band at June's Download festival by clicking on the video on the right.

Tickets for the January tour go on sale at 9:30am (BST) on Friday (August 14).

The Prodigy will play:

Doncaster Dome (January 21)
Bridlington Spa (22)
Blackpool Empress Ballroom (23)
Plymouth Pavilions (25)
Southend Cliffs Pavilion (26)
Bournemouth International Centre (27)


To check the availability of The Prodigy tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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