His passing comes weeks after an inquest confirmed Keith had died by hanging.
The Prodigy legend died aged 49 on 4 March, with bandmate Liam Howlett telling fans that the star took his own life.
The Firestarter singer was found by police at his home in the Essex hamlet of North End after being called to perform a welfare check.
The music industry has been left devastated by the loss of Keith, with his Prodigy bandmates calling him a ‘true pioneer, innovator and legend’.
Music fans travelled from all around the world to descend upon the streets of Essex to say goodbye to the Prodigy star on 29 March.
Festival flags were flying and music was played on loudspeakers outside St Mary’s Church in Bocking, Essex on Friday, with a post on the band’s official Twitter page calling upon fans to mark the sad day along the procession route and to ‘raise the roof for Keef’ ahead of the private service at the church.
Many of them gathered on a green between the church and the village pub, with crowd control barriers and portable toilets in place, in preparation of the numbers expected.
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