Kraftwerk have announced a huge 3D tour for their 50th anniversary.
The German electro pioneers return to North America for a 27-date summer concert tour.
They will play the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Radio City Music Hall in New York and The Met in Philadelphia before the tour ends with a show at Osheaga Music and Arts Festival in Montreal.
In July last year the Duesseldorf group won a 20-year copyright dispute over an unauthorised sample from the band's 1977 track, 'Metall Auf Metall'
The electronic icons then took their 3D show to the UK's Bluedot Festival before making their Ibiza debut at Ushüaia alongside Sven Väth during Cocoon's 20th anniversary season.
The group won a Grammy Award in 2018 for their LP, '3-D The Catalogue', which was recognised as the Best Dance/Electronic Album. It beat entries from Gorillaz, CamelPhat, Elderbrook and Bonobo.
In the same year they collaborated on a live performance with an astronaut based on the International Space Station.
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