Legendary electronic ensemble, Kraftwerk, are set to bring their 3D show to Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall next June as part of an extensive UK tour.

Regarded as electronic pioneers, the German group were truly ahead of their time both musically and visually, with albums including ‘Trans-Europe Express’, ‘Autobahn’ and ‘Computer World’ providing inspiration for artists as diverse as David Bowie, Daft Punk and LCD Soundsystem.

Exploring the capabilities of electronic synthesisers in the early 70s, Kraftwerk used custom-built hardware to create a sound which has been traceable throughout the history of electronic music – from synth-pop to electro, hip hop to house.

Kraftwerk’s 3D show, which comes to Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on June 9th 2017, invites audience members to wear 3D glasses for a truly immersive audio/visual experience which you can check out below.

Tickets on sale this Friday (30th) at 10am via Gigs In Scotland.


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