Kraftwerk Playing in HK Kraftwerk 3D Concert, KITEC


Kraftwerk are playing a 3D concert in Hong Kong - and that's a show you don't want to miss. The electronic music pioneers began their careers over 40 years ago, a staggeringly long time to be staying up late at night, but with all that experience you're guaranteed pyrotechnics. 

The tour has been a sensation, stopping at institutions like New York's MOMA and the TATE Modern in London. In fact, to have them playing in Hong Kong is a huge treat, like going to Willy Wonka's without any of the drama. Tickets range from HK$580 - 780, but considering what you have to pay to watch drivel like Lady Gaga in HK that's money well spent.

Kraftwerk's show is the business. Before they played in London, fans were so eager to get tickets that they crashed the TATE's website. The group is performing on May 4 which is excellent news because it's also a Saturday, so unlike many big nights in HK, you can wear your party hat without having to get up for work the next day.

The music will span the group's history, their 'master works' as they call it, backed by ridiculously awesome 3D effects. Each ticket-holder will be given a pair of 3D glasses, but leaving KITEC will be a monumental challenge. Where do you go next? Lan Kwai Fong suddenly don't look so good.

Crafty work.


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