Dance music stars The Prodigy will live-stream their 2010 show at the Milton Keynes Bowl tonight (24/07) to mark the show’s 10 year anniversary.
The show, which was previously released as a CD/DVD double-disc live-album called World’s on Fire, will be broadcast on The Prodigy’s YouTube channel from 9pm today, which will mark 10 years to the moment the show began.
The full gig will be available for 48 hours afterwards, while the band have also confirmed they will be releasing a special 10 year anniversary remaster on vinyl.
Details were confirmed in a Tweet on the band’s account last week, with the show supported by extra contributions from the band’s survivng members Liam Howlett and Maxim.
The message read, “Friday 24th July 2020 will be ten years to the day since The Prodigy’s massive headline show at Milton Keynes Bowl. 9pm BST on the day, rewatch Worlds On Fire the live DVD of the show together on Youtube. Including memories from Liam & Maxim.”
The show was part of the Warriors Dance festival, which was an event curated by The Prodigy themselves. As well as the band’s own headline performance, there was a supporting cast featuring Pendulum, Chase & Status, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Enter Shikari, Doorly, Zane Lowe and Eddy Temple Morris, along with a second stage featuring performances by Gallows, Lethal Bizzle, David Rodigan, Caspa and Hounds.
The band are currently creating new material in memory of former frontman Keith Flint, who sadly died in March of last year. It would be the 8th studio album released as The Prodigy, and the first since 2018.