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Electronic music innovators Kraftwerk will be touring the United States in April and stops include two nights at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival and two nights at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The German group, which is credited as an influencer of popular music genres like house and techno, will also perform at the Fox Theater in Oakland, Calif., on April 13, and at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles on April 14.
Kraftwerk’s upcoming tour is a follow-up to their extremely popular world tour that kicked off in 2012 to celebrate their eight studio albums and 40th anniversary of their career. As previously reported, Kraftwerk had to cancel seven dates on the tour due to illness and injury.
The shows for their U.S. tour will feature 3D concerts with 3D glasses being provided to attendees and will incorporate classic songs from their repertoire along with new material from their first studio album since 2003 titled “Tour de France Soundtracks.”
Tickets for Kraftwerk’s upcoming tour are currently on sale through Ticketmaster and range from $45-60 per ticket plus service fees.
German electronic band Kraftwerk has announced a performance at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday, June 22.
Kraftwerk is known for its pioneering work in electronic music and is considered one of the most influential groups of the genre. The group’s co-founder, Ralf Hutter, is the only original member still performing with the band. The group has been nominated for six Grammy Awards and won three times.
Tickets go on sale May 19 at 10 a.m. and are priced at $20 to $140 each, plus service charges. American Express card holders can purchase tickets early starting May 15 at 10 a.m.
The Hollywood Bowl performance will be part of the venue’s “Space Age” series, which includes performances by Pink Martini (June 19), Yann Tiersen (June 20) and Devo (June 23).
The German electronic band Kraftwerk, who pioneered the use of synthesizers and computers in music, will be performing at the Museum of Modern Art next year. The five-night residency is part of a series at MoMA’s PS1 contemporary art space in Queens, which will also host performances by artists including Bjork and an all-night party led by D.J. Harvey.
The museum has had an interest in music for some time — it has staged concerts by bands such as Animal Collective and hosted events with acts like Moby — but never before on this scale. “We’ve been doing these performances for years, but we decided to take them to a new level,” said Klaus Biesenbach, MoMA’s chief curator at large, who has organized the series with Eliza Ryan, associate curator at PS1 and MoMA.
Kraftwerk’s residency will feature one album played each night; all eight albums will be performed over five nights. The group is known for its minimalistic yet enthusiastic live shows and its influence on many artists, including David Bowie and Coldplay.
German electronic band Kraftwerk are considered pioneers of electronic dance music and have created the most important album in the genre, according to a panel of experts.
The group’s eighth studio album, The Man-Machine, topped a list of 100 albums that defined the genre compiled by 45 journalists and academics for the book, Kraftwerk: Publikation.
Listed as number one on the list, The Man-Machine is described in the book as “the blueprint for all modern pop music”, and “the most important album in electronic music history”.
The 10 best albums in the list were made up entirely of Kraftwerk releases, which writers say show how they influenced other musicians.
The panel includes journalist Paul Morley and critic Simon Reynolds.