The Prodigy announce UK and Ireland arena tour with Public Enemy

The two acts will tour together during November, with tickets on sale Friday (May 28)

The Prodigy have confirmed details of their upcoming tour of UK and Ireland, with support coming from legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy.

The Prodigy released their sixth studio album, ‘The Day Is My Enemy’, in March with the record going on to become their sixth consecutive Number One. Now, they’ll support the LP with live dates in late November and early December.

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The two acts will kick off their joint touring stint at Nottingham’s Capital FM Arena on November 24, heading to Newcastle, Manchester, Sheffield, Dublin, Belfast and Birmingham, before concluding the stretch at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on December 4.

Tickets go on sale on Friday (May 28) at 9.30am. See the dates in full below. The band recently concluded a UK tour earlier in May.

The Prodigy and Public Enemy will play the following dates:

Nottingham Capital FM Arena (November 24)
Newcastle Upon Tyne Metro Radio Arena (26)
Manchester Central (27)
Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (28)
Dublin 3Arena (30)
Belfast Odyssey Arena (December 1)
Birmingham Barclaycard Arena (3)
London SSE Arena Wembley (4)

Despite their continued success, The Prodigy recently claimed that their 25 year-strong career could be drawing to a close, discussing the possibility of retirement for the first time.

“I think that the band’s gonna come to an end at some point,” vocalist Keith Flint told NME. “And it’s got to be soon. It will end before we want it to because of the realities of age.” Speaking of their advancing ages (the group are all in their forties), keyboardist Liam Howlett added, “There comes a point where you don’t want to be Uncle Alan at the wedding reception.”


The Prodigy are joint headliners of Isle Of Wight Festival on June 12 alongside The Black Keys. Watch the band discuss their new album in a video interview with NME below.