The Prodigy have announced a live stream of their iconic Milton Keynes show.
Marking the 10-year anniversary of their career-defining performance at Milton Keynes Bowl, The Prodigy will share the full 2010 World On Fire show via their YouTube channel for 48 hours.
The performance will be available from 9pm on Friday 24th July, exactly a decade to the hour of the original performance, and will feature contributions from surviving band members Liam Howlett and Maxim.
Dan Chalmers, Director of Music YouTube EMEA said: “This was such an iconic show which encapsulates a moment in time for dance music, an unforgettable piece of music history which we are thrilled to host on YouTube. The Prodigy are an iconic British act and we look forward to bringing people together to celebrate and remember this momentous show from their homes 10 years later.“
You can watch The Prodigy: World On Fire at Milton Keynes Bowl via The Prodigy's official YouTube channel next Friday at 9PM.
Friday 24th July 2020 will be ten years to the day since The Prodigy's massive headline show at Milton Keynes Bowl. 9pm BST on the day, rewatch Worlds On Fire the live DVD of the show together on Youtube. Including memories from Liam & Maxim. https://t.co/6Cgoy9fB8t #PRODIGYMK10 pic.twitter.com/SooIGrrubH
— The Prodigy (@the_prodigy) July 17, 2020
On the 4th March 2019, news broke that legendary Prodigy frontman, Keith Flint, had tragically passed away at his home in Essex aged 49. It was later confirmed by The Prodigy's Liam Howlett that Flint took his own life.