Prodigy fans, play close attention. The anarchic English three-piece are heading to Zadar for July 1, as part of Jazine Open Air festival. Expect a pyrotechnic, soaring performance that will get hearts racing and fires starting.
Since emerging at the forefront of the underground rave scene in the early nineties, the group has garnered a loyal international following and gained countless awards, including two Brits. Rave, hardcore techno, electro-rock and breakbeat mingle in their music, all tied together with punky vocal overtones – a distinctive sound, which has afforded their hits such as Out of Space and Firestarter classic status.
It’s been three years since Liam Howlett, Keith Flint and Maxim graced Croatian shores. Their 2013 gig in Sibenik left the 15,000-strong audience in raptures. But, with word that their upcoming international tour will be their last ever, this may well be their valedictory visit – a final chance to catch them in thrilling action.