Photo Credit: Peter Boettcher / Kraftwerk
Kraftwerk, the German electro band, has announced dates for their fall 2015 tour. The tour will begin September 16 in Edmonton, Canada and will feature elements electronic music paired with 3-D effects.
Known for their innovative techniques, synthetic voices, and computerized rhythms, Kraftwerk’s 2015 tour will bring together the worlds of music and performance art. The last time this band put on a 3D concert, critics raved about the unique experience this that Kraftwerk brought to the stage.
“Tonight’s show was billed as a 3D experience, hence the paper glasses handed out upon entry,” said Robert Altman, a photographer for Consequence of Sound. “Kraftwerk have always been a blend of the cutting edge and the handmade. So, the 8-bit aesthetic in our 64-bit world was in keeping with both their heritage and style.”
The 12 city tour will bring the band to new cities that they have yet to visit. Kraftwerk is known for their ambitious projects that drive their passion and have allowed them to create extraordinary performances. Their work has been featured in various places, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Additionally, Ralf Hutter who formed the band in 1970, was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014.
Tickets for tour go on sale starting Friday, May 8. Below are the dates for Kraftwerk’s 2015 tour. Any further updates and information on the band can be found on their official website.
Kraftwerk Fall 2015 3-D Tour Dates
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9/16 – Edmonton, AB, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
9/17 – Calgary, AB, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
9/19 – Portland, OR, Keller Auditorium
9/23 – Denver, CO, Ellie Caulkins Opera House
9/25 – Austin, TX, Bass Concert Hall
9/27 – Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
9/29 – Miami, FL, Olympia Theatre at Gusman Center
10/2 – Philadelphia, PA, Electric Factory
10/3 – Boston, MA, Want Theatre
10/5 – Detroit, MI, Masonic Temple Theatre
10/7 – Minneapolis, MN, Northrop
10/9 – Kansas City, MO, Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland