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Kraftwerk Announces 3-D Tour, Coming to Miami

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As Kraftwerk would say: “Wir fahr'n, fahr'n, fahr'n auf der Autobahn.” Or as the non-Deutschländers among us might intone: “We drive, drive, drive on the motorway.”

Yes, those are lyrics from the pioneering German electronic band’s essential 1974 album, Autobahn. But they are also rudimentary directions for how to arrive at the show, when Ralf Hütter and his crew bring their 3-D Concert Tour to North America this fall.

The Kraftwerk road trip, a 12-date crosscontinental trek, will begin in Canada before heading across the border to Portland, Austin, Nashville, and seven other U.S. cities. And indeed, Hütter and his fellow travelers will be stopping at downtown Miami’s Olympia Theater at Gusman Center for their first South Florida concert since Ultra 2012.

We are already chanting along: "Now we are switching the radio on/From the speaker sounds/We drive on the motorway."

UPDATE After selling out its first 3-D Concert in Miami, Kraftwerk just announced a second show.

Kraftwerk’s 3-D North American Tour Dates

September 16 Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB
September 17 Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB
September 19 Keller Auditorium, Portland, OR
September 23 Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver, CO
September 25 Bass Concert Hall, Austin, TX
September 27 Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
September 29 Olympia Theater at Gusman Center, Miami, FL (Two shows)
October 2 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA
October 3 Wang Theatre, Boston, MA
October 5 Masonic Temple Theatre, Detroit, MI
October 7 Northrop, Minneapolis, MN
October 9 Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland, Kansas City, MO


Kraftwerk’s 3-D Tour. Tuesday, September 29, at Olympia Theater at Gusman Center, 174 E. Flagler St., Miami; 305-372-0925; olympiatheater.org. Tickets are sold out.

Kraftwerk’s 3-D Tour. 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 29, at Olympia Theater at Gusman Center, 174 E. Flagler St., Miami; 305-372-0925; olympiatheater.org. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on May 15.

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