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Kraftwerk, the German electronic band who brought you songs like "The Robots," and "Autobahn," brought their international appeal to the states, gaining ground in the 1990s and beyond. Don't miss your chance to experience their romantic revivalist hip hop/techno music LIVE! Buy your Kraftwerk tickets now!
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Kraftwerk Concert Tickets

Kraftwerk is a 1970s German electronic music band best known for songs like "The Robots," "Autobahn" and "Radioactivity." Its music is widely considered to be the grandfather of electronic music subgenres such as techno, house and intelligent dance. No group had used synthesizer instruments to create a hybrid man-machine sound prior to Kraftwerk, and many groups still cite the band as a major influence on their music. Purchase your Kraftwerk tickets today and experience the original German electro hit makers performing on stage.

Many artists from different backgrounds were enchanted by the ethereal landscape of sound Kraftwerk created. The U.K.'s romantic revivalist movement, early forms of hip hop and Detroit's techno scene all gravitated to the incredibly minimalist and rhythmic form of Kraftwerk's music. Today, you hear bits and pieces of Kraftwerk's robot pop in many popular songs of the late 1990s.

Kraftwerk formed when Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider met as students taking classical musical courses in Dusseldorf. The two worked with a revolving door of artists over a four year span. The band's first three albums, Kraftwerk (1970), Kraftwerk 2 (1972) and Ralf und Florian (1973) were mostly experimental rock projects. However, throughout the mid-1970s into the early '80s, Kraftwerk began moving away from rock and dove headfirst into exploring new synthesizer technology, and electronic music was born.