The Prodigy announce New Year's Eve gig at London's O2 Arena

Rudimental, Jaguar Skills and Modestep will support on December 31 gig

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The Prodigy have announced details of a headline show at London's O2 Arena on New Years Eve.

The band will perform live at the O2 on December 31. Tickets for the gig go on sale at 9am on Friday (November 8). Support on the night comes from Rudimental, Jaguar Skills and Modestep. The show will The Prodigy's fifth gig in December, following performances at Bournemouth's International Centre and three at Manchester's Warehouse Project.

The Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers recently confirmed that they will headline Snowbombing 2014, with the latter performing a DJ set.

The Prodigy will play:

London O2 Arena (December 31)

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