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Pacific Entertainment presents Kraftwerk

Pacific Entertainment by arrangement with CAA proudly presents

Kraftwerk


The Godfathers and pioneers of electronic music will perform their one and only New Zealand concert since their triumphant headline appearance at 2003’s Big Day Out.


Kraftwerk
Date: Wednesday 26th November
Time: 8pm
Venue: AUCKLAND TOWN HALL
Tickets on Sale Thur 2nd OCT from - The Edge Box Office
www.the-edge.co.nz ph. 09-357-3355


Kraftwerk is one of the most influential bands in music history...


"This Is The Greatest Show London Has Ever Seen!" The Times (UK)


“Their back catalogue is raided and it becomes blindingly obvious that some of the really major players of the last 30 years - Bowie, U2, Orbital, New Order, Chemical Brothers - have ridden shotgun on this great band's work. See Kraftwerk live - you're in the presence of greatness!!” - New York Times


www.kraftwerk.com
www.pacificentertainment.co.nz


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