The full 2010 show, recorded in Buckinghamshire, England, will be broadcast on YouTube on July 24th.
The seminal rave act's first live album was recorded ten years ago this Friday, July 24th, at the National Bowl in Milton Keynes, north-west of London, in front of 65,000 fans. To commemorate the anniversary, video of the full concert—previously only available on DVD—will be beamed out via The Prodigy's YouTube channel for 48 hours, beginning on the 24th at 9 PM BST.
The setlist for the event includes some of the group's most iconic tracks like "Breathe," "Firestarter" and "Voodoo People."
Watch a teaser for the broadcast.
The Prodigy cofounder and frontman Keith Flint died back in March 2019, halting the group's tour schedule indefinitely, although there have since been indications that new music is in the works.
Read Will Lynch's retrospective on Flint.