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Greg Wilson US Tour, April 22nd through April 28th

This weekend kicks off a US tour for Greg Wilson,
which will include New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Sunday, April 22nd: PS1 [Queens], Kraftwerk Music Festival (4-7pm)
Monday, April 23rd: Cielo [Manhattan], Deep Space
Friday, April 27th: Monarch [San Francisco], Green Gorilla Lounge
Saturday, April 28th: Disco Galactic [Los Angeles], secret location

 .:Event links:.

Kraftwerk Music Festival: Official

Deep Space: Facebook

Monarch SF: Facebook / Resident Advisor

Disco Galatic LA: Facebook / Resident Advisor 

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Kraftwerk Music Festival: Greg Wilson (April 22nd) + Photos from Francois K and Juan Atkins

Click here for more information + ticket purchasing for
Greg Wilson's performance at PS1; Sunday, April 22nd.

Ralf + Francois @ PS1, Sunday April 15th. Photo: Loren Wohl

The Museum of Modern Art in New York has had a busy week with the Kraftwerk Retrospective. Consisting of eight consecutive nights of performances spanning the entirety of Kraftwerk's legendary long-player career, MoMa and its well-known summer Warm Up series curated an extension of events at PS1. The Kraftwerk Music Festival is a tribute to Kraftwerk from some of the most connected, relevant and influenced artists in their cannon.

Juan Atkins warming up @ PS1, Saturday April 14th. Photo: Loren Wohl

This past weekend, Juan Atkins kicked off Saturday's events with a special set in the dome at PS1. Sunday was Francois K, who did an all-Kraftwerk set, and was also joined by founding member and vocalist Ralf Hutter on stage. There is also some excellent coverage at Brooklyn Vegan from Sunday's perfromance.

Ralf + Francois @ PS1, Sunday April 15th. Photo: Loren WohlIn addition to last weekend's festivities, this upcoming one will see another round of the Kraftwerk Music Festival. Coinciding with Greg Wilson's first US tour since early last year, he will kick it off at PS1 on Sunday, April 22nd in the dome. Greg will play from 4pm - 7pm, and tickets are available via MoMa's website.

Photo: Loren Wohl