The Prodigy are bringing their “No Tourists” arena tour to Australia in 2019

You should never count the incendiary trio of Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim out of the game. As legendary English band The Prodigy, they have proven time and time again to have one of the most exciting shows in live music history. We’re no stranger to their monolithic fusion of rave and rock down here, seeing as they’ve headlined our biggest festivals over the years, so expect fans to show out in droves when they return to Australia’s biggest arenas in January and February of 2019.

Announced this week, The Prodigy will be playing five massive shows across the country, touring their forthcoming seventh album No Tourists in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. It will be their first time heading down under in almost four years, when they headlined 2015’s Future Music Festival and played a one-off solo show at Sydney’s Luna Park.

Their acclaimed energetic live show will undoubtedly be shaped towards the new material, but we think it’s safe to say you’ll be hearing all the many, many classics The Prodigy regularly splice into their sets, including “Out of Space”, “Breathe”, “Their Law”, “Spitfire”, “Firestarter”, and “Smack My Bitch Up”.

Fast-rising Aussie electro acts Enschway and ShockOne will be on support duties for all shows, from Perth’s RAC Arena to Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena.

RAC Arena, Perth | Thursday 24th January

Bonython Park, Adelaide | Saturday 26th January

Brisbane Riverstage | Monday 28th January

Melbourne Arena | Friday 1st February

Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney | Saturday 2nd February

All tickets are on sale from 10am Thursday 1 November, available HERE.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review, an obsessive hip hop nerd, a whisky drinker, and a lover of all things travel. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter with @chrisdsingh.