Kraftwerk Prepare for 2013 London Residency
UPDATE: Sydney Opera House
Similar to how they performed their entire catalog in 3D graphics and sound at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and the Tate Modern in London, Kraftwerk will doing the same at the landmark world famous Sydney Opera House.
Scheduled for May 24 through May 27, the quartet will play 8 shows, one for each album, over the course of the four days. Here is the breakdown from their website:
24 MAY 2013 . 19:00 …. 1 AUTOBAHN
24 MAY 2013 . 21:30 …. 2 RADIO-ACTIVITY
25 MAY 2013 . 19:00 …. 3 TRANS EUROPE EXPRESS
25 MAY 2013 . 21:30 …. 4 THE MAN MACHINE
26 MAY 2013 . 19:00 …. 5 COMPUTERWORLD
26 MAY 2013 . 21:30 …. 6 TECHNOPOP
27 MAY 2013 . 19:00 …. 7 THE MIX
27 MAY 2013 . 21:30 …. 8 TOUR DE FRANCE
UPDATE: T In The Park
With their residency at the Tate Modern set to end tomorrow, Kraftwerk revealed plans to headline one of the biggest festivals in the United Kingdom, T In The Park. The 20th anniversary of the annual Scottish festival is set to take place this year from July 12 through July 14. The festival, which brings in over 85,000 fans each year, has also announced Rihanna, The Killers, Mumford & Sons, Alt-J, Jake Bugg, Paloma Faith, Of Monsters & Men, The Script and Two Door Cinema Club as performers on the bill.
Tickets are on sale now and the best deals on all T In The Park tickets can be found right here at SeatGeek.
UPDATE: Sonar Festival
Set to take place June 14 through June 16 in Barcelona, Spain, the Sonar Festival is a huge event, drawing over 80,000 attendees over the course of three days, all of whom set out to enjoy the best in international music and art, with a heavy emphasis on the tunes.
Tickets for the event are on sale now via the festival website (link above). As for Kraftwerk, keep it right here at SeatGeek for news as their 2013 tour plans continue to take shape.
The interest for Kraftwerk’s 2013 residency at the Tate Modern was so great this past week, that the demand crashed the website for the museum, resulting in numerous fans venting their frustration and dismay at their inability to score tickets. Tickets are apparently still available and the museum recently released a statement to the following:
“Many people had a difficult time trying to buy tickets for Kraftwerk yesterday, and we apologise unreservedly for that. We had anticipated a significant volume of interest but our website was overwhelmed by the phenomenal number of people attempting to access it simultaneously. This meant the majority of tickets had to be sold over the phone and we apologise for the long wait and frustration this has caused. We believed that our system could cope with the volume so did not appoint a third party ticketing site.”
If you missed out on a chance to score tickets, we have links right here at SeatGeek to the best deals across the secondary market for all Kraftwerk tickets.
Kraftwerk are repeating something that garnered a great deal of buzz earlier in 2012. The influential electronic music pioneers performed at the Museum of Modern Art in April as part of the exhibit “Kraftwerk – Retrospective 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8” where they performed all eight of their studio albums in their entirety on eight separate nights. The plan this time is to perform the same sequence of albums over the same time frame at the Tate Modern in London in February.
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The residency details are as follows:
Kraftwerk Tour Dates 2013: London Residency
February 6 – ‘Autobahn’ (1974)
February 7 – ‘Radio-Activity’ (1975)
February 8 – ‘Trans Europe Express’ (1977)
February 9 – ‘The Man-Machine’ (1978)
February 11 – ‘Computer World’ (1981)
February 12 – ‘Techno Pop’ (1986)
February 13 – ‘The Mix’ (1991)
February 14 – ‘Tour De France’ (2003)
Each show will have 3D visuals as the collective performs their album – should be a rather unique experience for London Kraftwerk fans. Tickets for the residency go on sale December 12 and once they do, we’ll have the best deals on the secondary market for all Kraftwerk tickets.
Kraftwerk Concert Tickets 2013
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