English electro rockers The Prodigy have announced their return to Australia in 2019 in support of their new album No Tourists.
The upcoming tour will not only be the groups first Australian shows since 2015, but is expected to bring a whole new energy and stage production.
With a highly successful discography spanning six albums, The Prodigy have forged their reputation as one of the most visceral, vitriolic live bands to ever grace the earth.
If the tour couldn’t get any bigger, The Prodigy will be supported by Australia’s rising star Enschway as well as Perth-born producer and bass mastermind ShockOne for the Australian tour.
“We are looking forward to bringing No Tourists live to Australia in 2019,” says Howlett. “Once again, time to bring the rukus!”
The trio of Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim will perform across the country rocking some of the biggest venues Australia has to offer. With shows announced for Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney between January and February; tickets are expected to sell very quick so don’t miss out.
The Prodigy 2019 ‘No Tourists’ Australian Tour
Supported by Enschway and ShockOne
Tickets on sale 10am Thursday, 1st November
Thursday, 24th January
RAC Arena, Perth
Saturday, 26th January
Bonython Park, Adelaide
Monday, 28th January
Friday, 1st February
Melbourne Arena, Melbourne
Saturday, 2nd February
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney