The Prodigy Cancel Remaining Tour Dates Following Death Of Frontman Keith Flint

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Earlier this week, it was revealed that Keith Flint, front man for The Prodigy, had died. The world at large, beyond electronic music or even music alone, was shaken by the sudden news. The Prodigy were set to embark on a headline and festival tour in North America, but following the death of Flint, all remaining tour dates have officially been cancelled.

The Prodigy announced a 10-date North American tour less than a month ago in support of their most recent studio album No Tourists, released November 2018.

Flint has been eulogized and remembered by nearly everyone in music, demonstrating just how wide a scope his influence had. Their album Invaders Must Die just celebrated its 10th anniversary in February.

Following the tragic death of Keith Flint all forthcoming Prodigy shows will be cancelled with immediate effect.
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