The Prodigy UK tour 2022 Manchester: could extreme heat affect gig, setlist and any last minute tickets?

The band will play two shows during the UK heatwave - including one in Manchester

To mark the 25th anniversary of their studio album The Fat Of The Land, electronic dance band The Prodigy have set out across the UK on tour.

The band are playing dates all around the country, including one show in Manchester.

Ahead of the gig, the band called on those attending to keep hydrated and out of the sun, and said that free water would be available at the show.

When do the Prodigy play in Manchester?

The Prodigy are due to perform at the O2 Victoria Warehouse in Manchester on Tuesday, 19 July 2022.

Where else are The Prodigy performing?

The Prodigy have a series of shows planned throughout July, starting with two gigs in Sheffield.

The band play 10 dates in seven UK cities, and will wrap up their tour with three straight nights at the O2 Brixton Academy.


8 - O2 Academy, Sheffield

9 - O2 Academy, Sheffield

14 - Mountford Hall, Liverpool

15 - O2 Academy, Leeds

16 - O2 Academy, Birmingham

18 - O2 City Hall, Newcastle

19 - O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester

21 - O2 Brixton Academy, London

22 - O2 Brixton Academy, London

23 - O2 Brixton Academy, London

Can I get tickets?

Tickets through the official O2 Victoria Warehouse website have sold out, however there are some tickets available on resale website Twickets.

A small selection of tickets are available, starting at £51.30.

The Prodigy is due to perform in Manchester this evening.

What is the possible setlist?

The tour is well underway, meaning that several of the dates on the toru have been played by The Prodigy.

The setlist has taken shape over the first few shows, and we can expect to hear certain songs at the Manchester gig.

Below is the setlist from the gig at the O2 Academy in Birmingham earlier this month.

  • Breathe
  • Omen
  • Wild Frontier
  • Light Up the Sky
  • Climbatize(Link with Warrior’s Dance samples)
  • Everybody in the Place
  • Voodoo People(with Pendulum Remix outro)
  • Omen (Reprise)
  • Firestarter
  • Roadblox
  • Their Law
  • Play Video
  • No Good (Start the Dance)
  • Poison
  • Get Your Fight On
  • Need Some1
  • Smack My Bitch Up


  • Take Me to the Hospital
  • Invaders Must Die
  • We Live Forever
  • Out of Space(Instrumental)

What have The Prodigy said ahead of the Manchester gig?

The band took to social media on Sunday, 17 July to show they were looking out for their fans who are attending the two gigs that are due to take place during Met Office weather warnings for extreme heat.

They also told fans that free water will be available at both the Newcastle show on 18 July and in Manchester on 19 July.

A spokesperson said: “Warriors in Newcastle tomorrow and Manchester on Tuesday.

“As we go through this crazy heatwave it is important that you take care of yourselves & each other at the shows.

“Stay hydrated, keep in the shade during the day and keep topped up with free water at the bar at the show.”

Who are The Prodigy?

The Prodigy are an English electronic dance music band from Braintree, Essex, formed in 1990 by record producer and songwriter Liam Howlett.

The band’s line-up has included MC and vocalist Maxim, dancer and vocalist Keith Flint (until his death in March 2019), dancer and live keyboardist Leeroy Thornhill (who left to pursue a solo career in 2000) and dancer and vocalist Sharky (1990–1991).

The band have released seven studio albums in a 26 year period and these are Experience (1992), Music for the Jilted Generation (1994), The Fat of the Land (1997), Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned (2004), Invaders Must Die (2009), The Day Is My Enemy (2015) No Tourists (2018)

Frontman Keith Flint passed away in March 2019 after being found at his home by police.