The Prodigy back to play Auck­land

Waipa Post - - Entertainment -

Wow! Ev­ery­one, it seems, wants a piece of The Prodigy.

In­ter­est has been manic so we are of­fer­ing you a sec­ond chance to win a dou­ble pass to catch their live show at The Trusts Arena, Auck­land on Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 5 with sup­port from DJ En­schway, for what prom­ises to be an in­cen­di­ary per­for­mance of epic pro­por­tions!

With six of the big­gest and most in­flu­en­tial al­bums in modern mu­sic to­day al­ready un­der their belt, The Prodigy have con­sis­tently proved to be one of the most thrilling live bands in the world! Vi­tal and vit­ri­olic, on stage.

The Prodigy are a snarling force to be reck­oned with, a ma­ni­a­cal beast of epic pro­por­tions.

Al­ways un­com­pro­mis­ing, The Prodigy’s in­flu­ence can be seen across gen­er­a­tions, turn­ing metal kids onto rav­ing and ravers into met­al­heads.

The band put out genre de­stroy­ing record af­ter genre de­fy­ing record and from the very start, The Prodigy were rene­gade rev­o­lu­tion­ar­ies. Put sim­ply, The Prodigy are no tourists and never were.

They have sold 30 mil­lion records world­wide and have won nu­mer­ous mu­sic awards dur­ing their ca­reer, in­clud­ing two Brit Awards for Best Bri­tish Dance Act, three MTV Video Mu­sic Awards, two Ker­rang! Awards, five MTV Europe Mu­sic Awards and two Grammy Award nom­i­na­tions.

The Prodigy have clocked up a stag­ger­ing six No. 1 al­bums in the UK in­clud­ing 1994’s Mu­sic For The Jilted Gen­er­a­tion and 1997’s The Fat Of The Land.

Their lat­est of­fer­ing No Tourists has just been re­leased and con­tains some great sin­gles in Need Some1, Light Up The Sky, Fight Fire With Fire and We Live For­ever.

Look out for these and other top Prodigy songs such as Breathe, Nasty, The Day Is My En­emy, Voodoo Peo­ple, Wild Fron­tier, Every­body In The Place and, of course, the an­themic

Firestarter when they take the stage at Trusts Arena.

We are look­ing for­ward to bring­ing No Tourists live to New Zealand in 2019. Once again, time to bring the rukus! — Liam Howlett

(The Prodigy co-founder).

Tick­ets from Tick­etek.

■ You can en­ter by text (write TAC Prodigy tix, plus your name and ad­dress, and text it to 021 241 4568) or mail (ad­dress to The Prodigy Tick­ets Com­pe­ti­tion and in­clude your name, ad­dress and day­time phone num­ber). Dead­line is 5pm Fri­day.

This com­pe­ti­tion is pro­vided by ‘Fill The House Tick­ets Project’, proudly sup­port­ing fam­i­lies of chil­dren with can­cer.

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