The Prodigy at Redsands

  • January 1, 2009

The prodigy have launched their new album “Invaders Must Die” at the start of their world tour. The new video and publicity at the venues features the Redsand Fort. This will no doubt help to raise awareness of the existence of the British Sea Forts.

Extensive filming at the Redsand Towers was carried out during October 2008. This includes some dramatic aerial footage which the band have kindly donated to Project Redsand. Don’t worry, the bug on the roof is only theatrical paint and should get washed away on the first rainy day.

The Prodigy have also donated ten tickets to their Wembley Arena gigs in April 2009 as well as an exclusive signed T shirt and a number of special signed posters created for Project Redsand.  All of these item will be “up for grabs” very soon . Check this website for links to the Ebay auctions. All proceeds will go towards the restoration of this historic Sea Fort.

The Redsand Fort has inspired many people in the arts world and Project Redsand are very keen to embrace this as much as possible.  Look out for future connections with The Prodigy and many other creative artists to come.

To view The Prodigy Gig Guide: click here

To view The Prodigy home page: click here

The Prodigy on You Tube: click here

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