The rap legends will be joining The Prodigy as they embark on an arena tour of the Britain and Ireland in November.
Fresh from the chart-topping success of their new album The Day Is My Enemy, The Prodigy have announced details of an arena tour this autumn, and they’ve announced some very special guests as their support act – rap legends Public Enemy!
The dance-rock legends, who helped to define the electronic music scene in Britain in the ‘90s, will be hitting the road on November 24th at Nottingham’s Capital FM Arena before covering major cities in Britain plus the Irish capital, stopping off in Newcastle, Manchester, Sheffield, Dublin, Belfast and Birmingham before finishing off at Wembley Arena in London on December 4th.
The Prodigy will going on tour with Public Enemy in November
Fans will also get to witness the rhyming brilliance of Chuck D and Flavor Flav as Public Enemy join them as the tour’s opening act. Reacting to the announcement, The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett said “We are hyped to announce we have our old skool heroes Public Enemy joining us on our UK and European tour.”
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Tickets will be going on sale tomorrow (Wednesday May 27th) via theprodigy.com, and on general sale on Friday (May 29th).
Having recently completed a clutch of British tour dates in medium-sized venues, The Prodigy are currently preparing for their Friday night headline slot at the Isle of Wight Festival next month (June 12th-14th). They’ll also be playing at Scotland’s T in the Park in July.
Tuesday 24 November - Nottingham Capital FM Arena
Thursday 26 November - Newcastle Upon Tyne Metro Radio Arena
Friday 27 November - Manchester Central
Saturday 28 November - Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Monday 30 November - Dublin 3Arena
Tuesday 1 December - Belfast Odyssey Arena
Thursday 3 December - Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
Friday 4 December - London SSE Arena Wembley
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Watch the video for The Prodigy's 'Wild Frontier' below.