Following the news of Daft Punk's shocking split, fans of the beloved robots will have to sit idly by why they wait for a potential reunion tour. In lieu of such a show, a new tribute concert dedicated to the legendary electronic music duo is coming to Manchester this summer.
The Kaleidoscope Orchestra has announced a special candlelit performance, where they will play classical renditions of Daft Punk's biggest hits. Twin shows are scheduled back-to-back on Friday, August 20th at the stunning Manchester Cathedral, which will be swathed in candlelight for the intimate event.
According to the ticketing site, fans can expect a "safe, comfortable and socially-distanced event." The FAQ page also notes that attendees will be required to wear a mask to enter and it must be worn at all times during the show.
You can grab your tickets for £55.00 here. Ahead of the concerts, check out Kaleidoscope Orchestra's classical Daft Punk medley from May 2020 below.
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