English electronic legends The Prodigy have announced their return to Australia for a 2019 headline tour in support of their forthcoming new album No Tourists.
After the record sees its release on 2nd November, the trio of Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim will perform across Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney between January and February.
“We are looking forward to bringing No Tourists live to Australia in 2019,” says Howlett. “Once again, time to bring the rukus!”
Supporting the tour will be Australian DJ Enschway and Perth-born DJ ShockOne. Catch all of the tour dates and ticket details, below.
No Tourists will be The Prodigy’s seventh studio album, and the follow-up to 2015’s The Day Is My Enemy.
First introduced by lead single ‘Need Some1’, the album has since unveiled ‘Light Up The Sky’ (below) as its follow-up single.
The Prodigy were previously scheduled to tour Australia in 2016 as part of Soundwave Festival, but the festival was eventually cancelled.
The Prodigy 2019 ‘No Tourists’ Australian Tour
Supported by Enschway and ShockOne
Tickets on sale now.
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