2010 Prodigy UK Tour

The popular UK band The Prodigy was established in 1990 by Liam Howlett and has won a faithful following of fans over the years. Their unique sound that pioneered the dance genre of big beat electronic has seen them sell more than seventeen million albums and forever cemented their contribution into the history of dance music. The Prodigy is also known for combining their music styles and incorporating genres such as industrial, rave, punk, electronic rock, breakbeat and hardcore. Their tours and live performances are well supported, and due to them not being able to include every city and town in a country on their schedule, they have added dates to their UK tour.

Known for songs like Warrior’s Dance, Charly, Voodoo People, Breathe, Out of Space, Firestarter and Omen, which were major hits worldwide, the band was scheduled to continue on their Invaders Must Die World Tour, but have created an additional tour of the UK, for January 2010. The new tour has been named the Run With The Wolves Tour and the band commented on the new tour to the media, saying: “We wanted to kick off 2010 in the UK so we are coming to some of the towns that we missed last year – sometimes these places can get forgotten so we wanted to bring the show to fans who don’t often get a chance to see us.”

The tour dates and venues of the Run With The Wolves Tour are as follows: The Doncaster Dome on 21 January 2010, followed by Bridlington Spa on 22 January, Blackpool Empress Ballroom on 23 January, Plymouth Pavilions on 25 January, Southend Cliffs Pavilion on 26 January and the Bournemouth International Centre on 27 January 2010. Tickets to this amazing The Prodigy tour were made available from August 2009 and die-hard Prodigy fans are advised to purchase their tickets as soon as possible, before these venues are sold out. After completing the Run With The Wolves Tour, The Prodigy will continue with their Invaders Must Die World Tour. The additional tour dates are a wonderful opportunity for thousands of fans to be able to see their favorite band live, especially those who were not able to travel to last year’s venues. Audience members are guaranteed to be astounded, moved and entertained, by one of the best bands in the world.