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The Prodigy To Stream Iconic Milton Keynes Show From 2010

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, The Prodigy will be streaming their iconic 2010 World’s On Fire gig from the Milton Keynes Bowl.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been an entire decade since The Prodigy took on the colossal Milton Keynes Bowl in July 2010, but they’re planning to celebrate the iconic show’s 10th anniversary in a very special way.

The band will be streaming their World’s On Fire gig (which also featured a supporting cast of Pendulum, Enter Shikari and more – ooooft…) exclusively on YouTube for 48 hours, beginning from Friday, July 24 at 9pm BST.

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Previously, the gig was only available to watch as a DVD release, but will now not only be seen by fans worldwide for free, it’ll also include comments from Liam Howlett and Maxim during the premiere.

This was such an iconic show which encapsulates a moment in time for dance music, an unforgettable piece of music history which we are thrilled to host on YouTube,” enthuses Dan Chalmers, Director of Music YouTube EMEA.

The Prodigy are an iconic British act and we look forward to bringing people together to celebrate and remember this momentous show from their homes 10 years later.”

Watch the trailer below:

And check out the setlist:

1. Intro
2. Breathe
3. Omen
4. Colours
5. Thunder
6. Warrior’s Dance
7. Firestarter
8. Run With The Wolves
9. Weather Experience
10. Voodoo People
11. Omen Reprise
12. Invaders Must Die
13. Smack My Bitch Up
14. Take Me To The Hospital
15. Everybody In The Place
16. Their Law
17. Out Of Space

Prodigy Milton Keynes 2010 Poster
Posted on July 17th 2020, 2:35pm
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