Days After Glastonbury, Kraftwerk Announced Concerts in Ireland in 2023.
The upcoming summer will see Kraftwerk performing in Ireland on two separate occasions. Read on for more information and to purchase your tickets. As part of the Trinity Summer Series, the forefathers of electronic music will perform at King John’s Castle in Limerick on June 28, and at Trinity College Dublin on June 29.
On Friday, December 2, at 9:00 am (GMT), this location will begin selling tickets to the general public.
The recently announced concerts in Ireland are just two of four concerts that are slated to be performed by Kraftwerk in 2023. These events are in addition to the concerts that are scheduled to take place in Italy on July 7 and July 8 respectively.
The fact that Kraftwerk’s upcoming tour dates will take place not long after the Glastonbury Festival 2023, which will take place from the 21st to the 25th of June, would likely improve the band’s visibility on the lineup for that event.
Richie Sambora, guitarist for Bon Jovi, recently hinted that there is a “possibility” that the band may perform at Glastonbury 2023. Arctic Monkeys, Elton John, and Harry Styles are among the other acts that are supposed to be headlining the festival on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, respectively. The acts have not been officially announced as of yet.
This year, Kraftwerk appeared at a variety of events, such as MEO Kalorama and Field Day 2022, and gave performances at each.
Reviewing the event that took place in London’s Victoria Park, the music publication NME stated in their article that “Most of today’s celebrations would not have been possible without the co-headliners of Kraftwerk, whose relentless innovation has practically invented most of the music and rhythms circulating on the site.”
“The fact that they are still at the top of the headlines almost two decades after their last recording, which was the 2003 Tour de France, is a testament to their legacy and respect on stage. The band has been together for 50 years, and it has been almost two decades since their last recording.
“The relevance of “The Model” and “Computer Love,” two of the most amazing pop songs ever heard, has not missed the attention of the public, which consists of representatives from a number of different generations,”