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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:19 am
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I started this before someone else done it. It’s around the time that 2019 dates gets announced.
January
Australia
24th January 2019 in RAC Arena, Perth, Australia
26th January 2019 in Bonyton Park, Adelaide, Australia
28th January 2019 in Riverstage, Brisbane, Australia

Febuary
Australia
1st February 2019 in Melbourne Arena, Melbourne, Australia
2nd February 2019 in Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia
5th February 2019 in Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand

March



April
5th - 7th April 2019 in Festival Estéreo Picnic in Bogotá, Colombia cancelled
8th - 13th April 2019 in Mayrhofen, Austria cancelled


May
USA
3rd May 2019 in Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, Florida, USA cancelled
5th May 2019 in South Side Ballroom in Dallas, Texas, USA cancelled
7th May 2019 in Orpheum Theater in New Orleans, Florida, USA cancelled
8th May 2019 in Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia, USA cancelled
10th May 2019 in Epicenter Festival in Rockingham, North Carolina, USA cancelled
11th May 2019 in Echostage in Washington, District of Columbia, USA cancelled
13th May 2019 in House of Blues in Boston, Massachusetts, USA cancelled
15th May 2019 in Terminal 5 in New York City, New York, USA cancelled
16th May 2019 in Terminal 5 in New York City, New York, USA cancelled
18th May 2019 in Sonic Temple Festival in Columbus, Ohio, USA cancelled
19th May 2019 in Chicago Open Air in Bridgeview, Illinois, USA cancelled

June
27th - 29th June 2019 In Provinssi festival in Seinäjoki, Finland cancelled


July
7th July 2019 in Eurockeennes, France cancelled
11th - 14th July 2019 in Escalaare, Vall d'Àneu, Spain cancelled
14th July 2019 in Park Live Festival in Moscow, Russia cancelled
18th July 2019 In UPark Festival in Kiev, Ukraine cancelled
18th - 23rd July 2019 in DEICHBRAND Festival in Cuxhaven, Germany cancelled
26th - 28th July 2019 in Suikerrock in Tienen, Belgium cancelled

August
10 august 2019 in Fête du Bruit in Landerneau, France cancelled
16th - 18th August 2019 in Lowlands festival in Walibi Holland, Biddinghuizen, Netherlands cancelled
16th - 18th August 2019 in Highfield festival in Störmthaler lake, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany cancelled
25th August 2019 in South West Four Festival in Clapham, London cancelled
28th - 31st August 2019 in SZIN in Szeged, Hungary cancelled
September



October



November



December


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 10:57 am
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sks2002 wrote:
I started this before someone else done it

Why? To be the first? There's not even a single 2019 date available now, this topic is useless. Besides, I think zbyniu did a good job on the previous ones...



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sks, just keep this topic up to date and everything will be alright. I have my own lists to do :)



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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2018 1:30 pm
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zbyniu wrote:
sks, just keep this topic up to date and everything will be alright. I have my own lists to do :)

Ill try.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 5:08 pm
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Just a speculation question. Do you think there is any chance for them playing Milton Keynes again, maybe next year? If No Tourist's will do well. The whole Warrior's Dance festival have died down. Wonder why.



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2018 3:47 pm
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untitled6 wrote:
Just a speculation question. Do you think there is any chance for them playing Milton Keynes again, maybe next year? If No Tourist's will do well. The whole Warrior's Dance festival have died down. Wonder why.

Would be lovely to see it happen again, but I have my doubts whether The Prodigy can get even as popular as during IMD era ever again. But they could do that in UK no problem, right? Plenty of people would be interested in a festival like that.



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Metallica announced for Slane Castle, Ireland

Pity, I was kinda hoping Prodigy were gonna do it as a mini "Warriors Dance"


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8th - 13th April 2019 in Mayrhofen, Austria



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:15 pm
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https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/m ... um=twitter

British rave group The Prodigy will return to New Zealand in 2019 with one show at Trusts Arena in Auckland on February 5.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 10:32 am
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@sks

Put what country they are in and maybe the link to buy tix.



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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:32 pm
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https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/music/108029856/The-Prodigy-announce-one-New-Zealand-show?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter


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The Prodigy announce one New Zealand show
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06:00, Oct 24 2018

British rave group The Prodigy will return to New Zealand in 2019 with one show at Trusts Arena in Auckland on February 5.

After almost nine years away, the trio are eager to be back in Aotearoa, says band leader Liam Howlett.

"Coming to that part of the world used to be a regular thing in your summertime and our winter. We would always look forward to coming down in January, so it feels like a long time since we've been.

"There was no point in coming unless we had a new record, because we wanna play the new tracks and start fresh."

That new record No Tourists drops on November 2 and it will be the Brit Award-winning trio's seventh studio album.

"In this day, with the way things are said to us through the internet and phones, it's very easy to fall into a tourist trap in the way your path is laid out for you. This has happened in the last few years, and I think it's made people a bit lazy," says Howlett.

"[We're saying] you can explore, you can jump off this path, you don't have to go down this route that's laid out all the time."

The group were pioneers of electronic dance music in the 1990s and Howlett says this refusal to do anything by the book gave the group a point of difference from day one.

"We always rebel against ourselves. For us it's more exciting trying to be different, or trying to live in a different manner than the everyday nonsense.

"It's also about escapism. Wanting to derail yourself off that path."

The group found their greatest commercial success in the mid-90s with hit singles Breathe, Firestarter, and Smack That B…. Up, but Howlett says The Prodigy aren't ready to sell themselves as a nostalgia band just yet.

"We're not a retro band.

"New music feeds the live show. Without the fresh tunes we'd just be playing our old songs. People would be like 'Oh they're back playing their first album', which some bands do, but we don't like that stuff. We like to keep it fresh."

Howlett says that after 20 plus years in the business, he no longer feels the need to partake in any rituals or warm-ups before walking out on stage.

"We come ready. We're just always ready."

"There's no jumping around or warming up or any of that nonsense. It's as relaxed as you can be backstage, and then the flip of that is just jumping into the fire. It's like flicking a switch. As soon as you see the crowd or hear the music, it just happens."

Howlett describes a Prodigy show as an arena-wide "release of energy".

"A good gig for us will be where we've reacted to the crowd, there's a lot of chaos, and people just come and release."

"All we try and do is play the music as violently as we can. That's kind of us, playing it how we wrote it. Even though it's electronic music, we play it as hard as possible to get the point across."

As for what he gets back from the crowd, Howlett says that's easy, it's the priceless reassurance that what they're doing is working.

"When you're in a band, the purest form of connecting with people is standing on stage and seeing people's faces react to the music. You can't really get that any other way. You can't get that when people listen to it on the radio or download it.

"You know everything you need to know about your music when you watch people react to it."

* Tickets for The Prodigy's Auckland show go on sale at 7pm, November 1


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 4:55 am
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Just bought tickets for the Auckland gig :-D Only seen them once before in Manchester on the IMD tour.

Anyone else going?


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2018 2:24 pm
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The Prodigy will be playing Sonic Temple Festival in Columbus, Ohio, USA on the 17th - 19th May 2019.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2018 3:16 pm
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Might as well pencil them in for Chicago Open Air as well (May 17-19). It's ran by the same group that does Sonic Temple. So for those of you in the Chicagoland area, you're in luck!!



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