VIDEO: Watch The Prodigy frontman Keith Flint's final gig

4 March 2019, 18:57 | Updated: 5 March 2019, 11:11

The Prodigy's Keith Flint at the O2 Academy Brixton in 2017
The Prodigy's Keith Flint at the O2 Academy Brixton in 2017. Picture: Simone Joyner/Getty Images

The Firestarter outfit performed live in Auckland on 5 February 2019 before their frontman tragically passed away almost a month later. Watch his final gig here.

Footage of the final performance of Keith Flint have resurfaced online.

Tributes have poured in from across the music world after the news broke that the The Prodigy frontman had died, aged 49.

Fans are now flocking to watch the last gig the band played - which took place at The Trusts Arena in Auckland, New Zealand - in support of their No Tourists album.

Watch footage of them playing the gig in fan filmed videos below...

The Prodigy (UK), Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday 5th February 2019

See their incredible opening to Breathe below:

The Prodigy Live Auckland 05/02/2019

Watch them play No Good (Start The Dance) below:

The Prodigy | Trusts Arena Auckland New Zealand 05.02.2019

The Prodigy (HC Live)

See the setlist for The Prodigy's last ever gig with frontman Keith Flint:

1. Breathe

2. Omen

3. Resonate

4. Nasty

5. Champions of London

6. Voodoo People

7. Run With the Wolves

8. Need Some1

9. The Day Is My Enemy

10. Everybody in the Place

11. Firestarter

12. Roadblox

13. Light Up the Sky

14. No Good (Start the Dance)

15. Take Me to the Hospital


16. We Live Forever

17. Timebomb Zone

18. Out of Space

19. Smack My Bitch Up

READ MORE: The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers and more pay tribute to the late Keith Flint

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