German electronic legacy, Kraftwerk, will be performing an unprecedented concert at Miami’s Olympia Theater at Gusman Center later this month on September 29, continuing their 12-city run of 3D concerts in North America.

During the 1970s, Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider started Kraftwerk (German for power plant) and since then, created a foundation in electronic music. Kraftwerk has used various techniques such as synthetic voices and computerized rhythms; unfathomed to the ear back in the ’70s and ’80s. The group is also known for incorporating other genres of music to create their bohemian sound. Kraftwerk seemed to have been in a legendary status since the start of the group.

The concert series has taken place at MoMA, Tate Modern Turbine Hall in London, Akasaka Blitz in Tokyo, the Opera House in Sydney, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin and will continue the tour at the Olympia theater in Miami.

Miami is more than grateful to welcome Kraftwerk to our balmy air and watery shores. The group has not played in Miami since the Ultra Music Festival of 2012.

If you haven’t yet, get your hands on tickets here. One of their shows is already sold-out, so act quickly!

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