The Prodigy have announced three headline shows in Ireland, with drum & bass legend Andy C set to play support at each date.
The first date is set for Cork's historic Musgrave Park on Wednesday 28th June 2023, with the mini-tour then going on to hit Fairview Park in Dublin on Thursday 29th June before finally touching down in Belfast for big stage festival Belsonic on Friday 30th June.
The Prodigy only returned to the live circuit earlier this year following the death of the band's iconic vocalist Keith Flint, whose death in 2019 led to an outpouring of emotion from fans and renewed conversations about mental health in the music industry. Dedicating their inaugural tour since the tragedy to 'Flinty', the schedule kicked off in Sheffield and performances featured an outline of the late frontman projected on stage by a green laser.
Tickets for the Irish dates go on sale at 9AM UK time on Friday 11th November. So far, the outfit have only confirmed one other appearance next year, with crowds at Austria's Nova Rock festival set to experience The Prodigy in their new form.