The shows take place in August and may be a prelude to a regular tour. Or perhaps they’re only whetting the public’s appetite for things to come.

Prodigy entered the public eye in June 1995 at the Glastonbury Festival in England. When member Keith Flint rolled onto the stage in a massive glass ball, the audience knew the secret was out; the group had surpassed the underground rave scene. The group would soon rise to the top of the music charts.

Formed in the early ‘90s, Prodigy got their start as a local club favorite. They soon landed a record deal and their second single, “Charly,” was a big success on the U.K. charts. Their 1994 album, Music for the Jilted Generation, went gold within a week of its release and was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.

After extensive touring, Prodigy finally scored on American radio. Their next album, The Fat of the Land (1997) broke onto the charts at No. 1 in the U.K. and the States, making Prodigy the eighth British band (at the time) in history to enter the U.S. album charts in the top position.

Since their last large-scale tour in 1998, Prodigy has undergone a few changes. Original member Leeroy Thornhill left the band in 2000 to work with his new group, Fightcrank. Other than that, they’ve been fairly quiet, only now announcing their fourth album, which won’t come out until next year.