Oasis have just confirmed that they will be inviting the Prodigy to perform with them as "very special guests" at Slane castle in June
Formed in 1990, The Prodigy have gone on to become the most successful electronic act of all time in terms of chart success and critical acclaim.
Emerging from the dance scene of the early 1990’s The Prodigy quickly crossed achieved massive chart success with the release of their debut album Experience in 1992 followed up with the critically acclaimed Music For The Jilted Generation in 1994, 1997’s The Fat Of The Land and 2004’s Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned. An as yet untitled album is due for release in March 2009.
Oasis with special guests the Prodigy come to Slane on June 20. Further acts for are still to be announced.
Tickets for Slane 2009 are priced €76.50 including booking fee, limited to eight per person and will go on sale this Friday, October 24 at 8.00am from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.
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