Electronic music godheads Kraftwerk announce 3-D show in Orlando this summer

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PHOTO COURTESY KRAFTWERK/FACEBOOK
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This show announcement is causing all of our circuits to fry. Electronic music forefathers (fore-robots?) and legends Kraftwerk have announced a "Kraftwerk 3-D" show right here in Orlando this summer, at the ornate Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.

With little fanfare, event pages for shows in a number of U.S. cities began popping up on the Kraftwerk Facebook page earlier today, and the announcement is corroborated by this page on the Dr. Phillips Center site.



The Kraftwerk 3-D shows grew out of a Kraftwerk retrospective at New York's MOMA in 2012, and the band have since taken this 3-D concert all around the world in the years following. Expect nothing less than the total creative synthesis of man and machine.

Kraftwerk headline the Walt Disney Theater at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, July 8, at 8:30 p.m. Tickets go on sale Feb. 27.




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