Electro pioneers Kraftwerk brought their immersive 3D multimedia concert to the Royal Albert Hall for the last three nights of their 2017 UK tour.

Take a look at how the 12,000 lucky fans who secured tickets to these gigs reacted:

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Kraftwerk was formed in 1970 by Florian Schneider and Ralf Hütter, who still performs in the now four-piece collective. By the mid 1970s, the band had achieved international recognition for their revolutionary electronic soundscapes and their musical experimentation with robotics and other technical innovations.

‘groundbreaking… strangely moving’
★★★★★
The Times

‘You can hear the men-machines’ classical roots and the modern sounds they helped shape in this blissful 3D show’
★★★★★
The Guardian

‘Reconfiguring what a pop gig can be – and how it can look’
★★★★★
The Independent

★★★★
The Evening Standard

‘A Kraftwerk gig isn’t really just a gig, when all’s said and done. It’s so much more than that – a visual, musical, emotional, funny, entertaining banquet for the senses. And it’s also just so much goddamn fun. Mind: BLOWN.’
Drowned in Sound

★★★★
The Telegraph

‘stirringly emotional experience’
★★★★
Financial Times

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