Prodigy discuss Sonisphere headline slot

14:33 28 May 2014

The Prodigy are set to headline Sonisphere 2014

The Prodigy are set to headline Sonisphere 2014


Sonisphere headliners The Prodigy have been discussing their main stage slot at this year’s show.

The electronic trio previously played at Knebworth in 1996 alongside Britpop legends Oasis and Ocean Colour Scene.

Frontman Liam Howlett said: “Soninsphere will be a lot louder, I’m hoping - I think there’ll be a lot more pushing and shoving.”

The band will be playing classics such as Everybody In The Place, Voodoo People and Charly.

The Prodigy headline the Friday night at the UK’s Sonisphere festival, topping the bill ahead of Limp Bizkit, HIM, Band Of Skulls and Gary Numan.

They will headline Sonisphere at Knebworth on Friday, 4 July 2014. Tickets for the festival are on sale now. Visit for more information.


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