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Enter for a Chance to See 'Kraftwerk Retrospective - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8'

Rolling Stone teams with Volkswagen and MoMA to get fans inside this landmark music event

April 4, 2012 11:20 AM ET

Kraftwerk Retrospective - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 is one of the most hotly anticipated live events in recent memory. Rolling Stone is teaming with Volkswagen and the Museum of Modern Art to give fans the opportunity to see one of these landmark performances.

Each day from Wednesday, April 4th to Wednesday, April 11th, twelve fans who follow @RollingStone will be able to enter for a chance to attend one night of the presentation for themselves and one guest.

Submit your entry by using the tweets below, and filling in your favorite track in the space indicated. Each day's giveaway will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern and end at 3 p.m. Eastern. Only entries sent during this time period will be considered. You may only enter for the show specified each day. Any entries for other shows will be ignored. Because these performances are in such high demand, please do not enter if you cannot attend. Read full rules here before entering.

To enter:

Wednesday, April 4th: You are entering to attend the Autobahn (1974) performance on Tuesday, April 10th at 8:30 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'Autobahn' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Thursday, April 5th: You are entering to attend the Radio-Activity (1975) performance on Wednesday, April 11th at 8:30 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'Radio-Activity' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Friday, April 6th: You are entering to attend the Trans Europe Express (1977) performance on Thursday, April 12th at 8:30 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'Trans Europe Express' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Saturday, April 7th: You are entering to attend the The Man-Machine (1978) performance on Friday, April 13th at 10:00 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'The Man-Machine' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Sunday, April 8th: You are entering to attend the Computer World (1981) performance on Saturday, April 14th at 8:30 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'Computer World' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Monday, April 9th: You are entering to attend the Techno Pop (1986) performance on Sunday, April 15th at 8:30 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'Techno Pop' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Tuesday, April 10th: You are entering to attend the The Mix (1991) performance on Monday, April 16th at 8:30 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'The Mix' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

Wednesday, April 11th: You are entering to attend the Tour de France (2003) performance on Tuesday, April 17th at 10:00 p.m.
Tweet this to enter for a chance to win: Hey @RollingStone my fav track from 'Tour de France' is [SONG TITLE] #SendMeToKraftwerk

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