Kraftwerk… In 3-D! Coming Soon To A Venue Near You

first_imgMan, isn’t it such a drag seeing a band in only two dimensions?Kraftwerk feels your pain. In fact, the electronic music pioneers have unveiled plans to include a 3-D element to their already-staggering visual display. Check out some of these cool images from their show (images are unfortunately in 2-D). The Kraftwerk 3-D tour comes to New York’s United Palace Theatre on April 1st, as well as three nights at the electronic-music-and-technology themed Moogfest. Full dates can be seen below. Tickets for the NYC show goes on sale January 24th at 10 AM.1/21-23 – Stockholm, Sweden – Cirkus3/13-15 – Mexico City, Mexico – El Plaza Condesa3/18-21 – Los Angeles, CA – Walt Disney Concert Hall3/23-25- Oakland, CA – Fox Theater3/27 – Chicago, IL -Riviera Theatre3/29 – Toronto, ON – Sony Centre3/30 – Montreal, QC – Metropolis4/01 – NYC – United Palace Theatre4/04 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club4/24-25 – Asheville, NC – Moogfest5/18 – Vienna, Austria – Festwochen7/10 – Tremčín, Slovakia – Pohoda Festival7/18-20 – Salacgriva, Latvia – Positivus Festival8/02- Rattvik, Sweden – Dalhalla-David Melamed (@DMelamz)last_img read more

Red-hot Kevin Harvick sees night end early in Charlotte

first_imgKevin Harvick’s dominant march from the rear met an early — and surprising — end Sunday night during the Coca-Cola 600. The driver of the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford appeared to blow a front tire on Lap 83 while running fourth, which sent him careening into the outside wall and sending sparks flying into the evening air.Harvick’s car did not pass pre-qualifying inspection on Thursday night, forcing him to start last in the field Sunday in the longest race of the year. It took fewer than 70 laps for him to work his way into the top five. He was running fifth at the time of the incident, which relegated his car to the garage and out of the race.PHOTOS: Military honored at Charlotte “This was going to be fun,” Harvick radioed dejectedly to his team.Harvick will finish 40th in the 40-car field, stunningly the first time in 623 career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts that he’ll finish last.The incident may have been the first thing to go wrong for Harvick all year. The No. 4 team won five of the first 12 races to start the year, and was considered a favorite to win Sunday night on Memorial Day weekend despite starting from the rear.Harvick entered the event on a two-race win streak, and he already had won three consecutive races earlier this year.“It never gave any warning,” Harvick told FOX Sports. ” … We had a lot of issues this weekend and to come back and have the fastest car there basically, it was just an honor to drive. One of those deals. You have to take the good with the bad, and this weekend was part of the bad.”last_img read more

RYAN TAKES MILLSTREET GRAND PRIX FOR IRELAND

first_img Related news stories 19 June 2015, 20:16 Reynolds sets new Irish dressage record with Rotterdam score Home  »  General  »  RYAN TAKES MILLSTREET GRAND PRIX FOR IRELAND 31 August 2015, 19:54 Hanley close second in five-star Spanish Grand Prix 29 June 2015, 01:40 Sweetnam places second in Spruce Meadows Grand Prix RYAN TAKES MILLSTREET GRAND PRIX FOR IRELAND 4 October 2015, 21:01 Irish trounce opposition in French Pony Grand Prixcenter_img Tags: grand prix, millstreet, quite zero, thomas ryan DESPITE a strong British presence in the top ten at Millstreet Grand Prix in Cork today (Sunday) it was Ireland’s Thomas Ryan who eventually took the 16,500 euro prize when he outpaced UK challenger Ellen Whitaker and Le Beau by a comfortable three seconds in the final round.The 29 year-old Thurles – born rider was piloting the bay stallion Quite Zero in the timed round, a horse that had also featured with him at Aachen last month.Co. Down’s Dermott Lennon was eighth in the Grand Prix today with his long-time companion, the Irish Sport Horse Loughview Lou, while Deane Rogan and Falco van Spieveld finished in tenth.Thomas Ryan and Quite ZeroBREEDINGLoughview Lou-Lou (ISH) – 2002 bay mare by Limmerick (HOLST) out of Loughview Diamond Lucy (ISH), by Jack Of Diamonds (ID). Owner/Bred by Judith Sossick, Co. Armagh. Rider: Dermott Lennon (IRL) 28 June 2015, 15:05 Blake adds Grand Prix win to US haul 17 August 2014, 18:24 17 May 2015, 15:55 Bertram Allen takes second in French Grand Prixlast_img read more