The Prodigy have announced a date at the Liverpool Echo Arena.
They will play the waterfront venue on Thursday, November 8 in support of their new album No Tourists and as part of a major arena tour of the UK and Europe.
Tickets for the gig cost £40/£51.
The Prodigy were formed in Essex in 1990, and were one of the pioneers of the ‘big beat’ electronic music genre which helped define music during the decade.
Since then they have clocked up six number 1 albums – including 1997’s The Fat of the Land, sold 30 million records, played to many millions around the world, and won multiple honours including two Brit Awards, two Kerrang! Awards and five MTV awards, alongside two Grammy Award nominations.
No Tourists is their seventh studio album and is being released on their own independent label Take Me to the Hospital. The album has been written, produced and mixed by Prodigy founder Liam Howlett.
The Prodigy play the Echo Arena on November 8. Tickets from the website HERE