David Bowie Tour Dates

Diamond Dog/philly TOUR

June–July:

September:

  • David Bowie – vocals
  • Earl Slick – guitar
  • Carlos Alomar – rhythm guitar
  • Mike Garson – piano, mellotron
  • David Sanborn – alto saxophone, flute
  • Richard Grando – baritone saxophone, flute
  • Doug Rauch – bass
  • Greg Errico – drums
  • Pablo Rosario – percussion
  • Gui Andrisano – backing vocals
  • Warren Peace – backing vocals
  • Ava Cherry – backing vocals
  • Robin Clark – backing vocals
  • Anthony Hinton – backing vocals
  • Diane Sumler – backing vocals
  • Luther Vandross – backing vocals
  • “The Soul/Philly Dogs Tour” – October–December:
    • David Bowie – vocals
    • Earl Slick – lead guitar
    • Carlos Alomar – rhythm guitar
    • Mike Garson – piano, mellotron
    • David Sanborn – alto saxophone, flute
    • Emir Kasan – bass
    • Dennis Davis-drums
    • Pablo Rosario – percussion
    • Warren Peace – backing vocals
    • Ava Cherry – backing vocals
    • Robin Clark – backing vocals
    • Anthony Hinton – backing vocals
    • Diane Sumler – backing vocals
    • Luther Vandross – backing vocals]

SEPTEMBER

2nd       Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

3rd        Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

4th        Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

5th        Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

6th        Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

7th        Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

8th        Universal Amphitheatre       Los Angeles         United States Of America

11th      Sports Arena        San Diego           United States Of America

13th      Convention Center            Tucson   United States Of America

14th      Arizona Coliseum Phoenix  United States Of America

16th      Anaheim Coliseum Convention Center           Los Angeles         United States Of America

?           ? Studios Los Angeles         United States – Rehearsals*

According to Tony Zanetta (MainMan) a total of seven shows were cancelled between 16th September & 5th October – there is some confusion over which dates were postponed.

*There was a two week rehearsal in a Los Angeles studio before resuming the tour.

THE SOUL/PHILLY DOGS TOUR

The 2nd Leg of The Diamond Dogs Tour which became known as The ‘Philly’ Dogs Tour restarted on the 5th October 1974. The re-arranged line-up now named David Bowie and The Mike Garson Band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals), Mike Garson (piano, mellotron), Carlos Alomar (guitar), Earl Slick (lead guitar), Emir Ksasan (bass), Dennis Davis (drums), Pablo Rosario (percussion), David Sanborn (alto sax, flute), Richard Grando (baritone sax, flute), Michael Kamen (electric piano, moog, oboe), Geoffrey MacCormack (aka Warren Peace), Ava Cherry, Robin Clark, Jean Fineberg, Anthony Hinton, Dianne Sumler and Luther Vandross (vocal backings).

OCTOBER

5th        Civic Center         St. Paul, MN        United States Of America

8th        Indiana Convention Center  Indianapolis         United States Of America

11th      Dane County Memorial Coliseum      Madison United States Of America

13th      Exposition & Convention Center Arena          Milwaukee           United States Of America

15th      Michigan Palace    Detroit   United States Of America

16th      Michigan Palace    Detroit   United States Of America

17th      Michigan Palace    Detroit   United States Of America

18th      Michigan Palace    Detroit   United States Of America

19th      Michigan Palace    Detroit   United States Of America

20th      Michigan Palace    Detroit   United States Of America

22nd     Arie Crown Theater           Chicago  United States Of America

23rd      Arie Crown Theater           Chicago  United States Of America

28th      Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

29th      Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

30th      Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

31st      Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

NOVEMBER

1st        Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

2nd       Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

3rd        Radio City Music Hall         New York City      United States Of America

6th        Public Auditorium Cleveland            United States Of America

8th        War Memorial Auditorium    Buffalo   United States Of America

11th      Landover Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

14th      Music Hall           Boston   United States Of America

15th      Music Hall           Boston   United States Of America

16th      Music Hall           Boston   United States Of America

18th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

19th      Civic Arena          Pittsburgh           United States Of America

25th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

28th      Mid-South Coliseum          Memphis United States Of America

30th      Municipal Auditorium         Nashville United States Of America

DECEMBER

1st        The Omni            Atlanta   United States Of America

2nd       University of Alabama        Tuscaloosa          United States – Cancelled

1976

THE 1976 WORLD TOUR

Opening on 2nd February, the 1976 World Tour visited eleven countries and produced a total of sixty four performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals), Carlos Alomar (rhythm guitar), Stacey Heydon (lead guitar), Dennis Davis (drums, percussion), George Murray (bass) and Tony Kaye (keyboards, synthesisers). In March the band became known as ‘Raw Moon’.

1976 – JANUARY

?           Keith Richards’ Home Studios           Ochios Point        Jamaica – 2 Weeks Rehearsal

?           ? Studios New York            United States – 2 Weeks Rehearsal

FEBRUARY

2nd       Pacific Coliseum    Vancouver           Canada

3rd        Centre Coliseum   Seattle    United States Of America

4th        Memorial Coliseum            Portland  United States Of America

5th        Coliseum Arena    Oakland  United States Of America

6th        Cow Palace          San Francisco       United States Of America

8th        Inglewood Forum  Los Angeles         United States Of America

9th        Inglewood Forum  Los Angeles         United States Of America

11th      Inglewood Forum  Los Angeles         United States Of America

13th      Sports Arena        San Diego           United States Of America

15th      Veterans’ Memorial Coliseum            Phoenix  United States Of America

16th      Civic Auditorium   Albuquerque        United States Of America

17th      McNichols Sports Arena      Denver   United States Of America

20th      Mecca Arena        Milwaukee           United States Of America

21st      Wings Stadium     Kalamazoo          United States Of America

22nd     Roberts Municipal Stadium  Evansville, Indiana United States Of America

23rd      Coliseum            Cincinnati           United States Of America

25th      Forum    Montreal Canada

26th      Maple Leaf Gardens           Toronto  Canada

27th      Public Auditorium Cleveland            United States Of America

28th      Public Auditorium Cleveland            United States Of America

29th      Olympia Stadium   Detroit   United States Of America

MARCH

1st        Olympia Stadium   Detroit   United States Of America

3rd        International Amphitheatre  Chicago  United States Of America

5th        Henry W. Kiel Municipal Auditorium   St. Louis United States Of America

6th        Mid-South Coliseum          Memphis United States Of America

7th        Municipal Auditorium         Nashville United States Of America

8th        The Omni            Atlanta   United States Of America

?           Coliseum            Jacksonville          United States Of America

11th      Civic Arena          Pittsburgh           United States Of America

12th      Scope Convention Hall       Norfolk  United States Of America

13th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

14th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

15th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

16th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

17th      New Boston Garden Arena  Boston   United States Of America

19th      Memorial Auditorium         Buffalo   United States Of America

20th      War Memorial       Rochester            United States Of America

21st      Civic Center         Springfield           United States Of America

22nd     Memorial Coliseum            New Haven          United States Of America

23rd      Nassau Coliseum  Uniondale           United States Of America

26th      Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

APRIL

7th        Olympiahalle        Munich   Germany

8th        Philipshalle          Dusseldorf          Germany

10th      Deutschlandhalle   Berlin     Germany

11th      Congress Centrum            Hamburg            Germany

12th      Congress Centrum            Hamburg            Germany

13th      Festhalle Frankfurt            Germany

14th      Eberthalle            Ludwigshafen..     Germany

17th      Festhalle Berne     Switzerland – Cancelled

17th      Hallen Stadion      Zurich    Switzerland

24th      Nya Masshallen     Helsinki  Finland

26th      Kungliga Tennishallen        Stockholm           Sweden

27th      Ekebergshallen     Oslo      Norway – Cancelled

27th      Kungliga Tennishallen        Stockholm           Sweden

28th      Scandinavium       Gothenburg         Sweden

29th      Falkonerteatret     Copenhagen        Denmark

30th      Falkonerteatret     Copenhagen        Denmark

MAY

3rd        Wembley Empire Pool         London  England

4th        Wembley Empire Pool         London  England

5th        Wembley Empire Pool         London  England

6th        Wembley Empire Pool         London  England

7th        Wembley Empire Pool         London  England

8th        Wembley Empire Pool         London  England

11th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium

13th      Sport Palais Ahoy  Rotterdam           Holland

14th      Sport Palais Ahoy  Rotterdam           Holland

17th      Pavillion  Paris      France

18th      Pavillion  Paris      France

19th      Pavillion  Paris      France – Cancelled

1978

THE 1978 WORLD TOUR

Opening on 29th March, The 1978 World Tour visited fifteen countries and produced a total of seventy seven performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals, keyboards), Carlos Alomar (rhythm guitar), Adrian Belew (lead guitar), Dennis Davis (drums, percussion), Simon House (electric violin), Sean Mayes (piano, string ensemble), George Murray (bass) and Roger Powell (keyboards, synthesisers). On the 11th and 14th November Dennis Garcia (keyboards, synthesisers) replaced Roger Powell.

FEBRUARY

20th      Dorchester Hotel   London  England – Press Conference

MARCH

16th      ?           Dallas     United States – Rehearsals Start

25th      ?           Dallas     United States – Rehearsals Finish

29th      Sports Arena        San Diego           United States Of America

30th      Veterans’ Memorial Coliseum            Phoenix  United States Of America

APRIL

2nd       Convention Center            Fresno    United States Of America

3rd        Inglewood Forum  Los Angeles         United States Of America

4th        Inglewood Forum  Los Angeles         United States Of America

5th        Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum  San Francisco       United States Of America

6th        Inglewood Forum  Los Angeles         United States Of America

9th        The Summit         Houston United States Of America

10th      Convention Center            Dallas     United States Of America

11th      Louisiana State Univ Assembly Ctr     Baton Rouge        United States Of America

13th      Municipal Auditorium         Nashville United States Of America

14th      Mid-South Coliseum          Memphis United States Of America

15th      Municipal Auditorium         Kansas City         United States Of America

17th      Arie Crown Theater           Chicago  United States Of America

18th      Arie Crown Theater           Chicago  United States Of America

20th      Cobo Arena         Detroit   United States Of America

21st      Cobo Arena         Detroit   United States Of America

22nd     Richfield Coliseum Cleveland            United States Of America

24th      Mecca Auditorium Milwaukee           United States Of America

26th      Civic Arena          Pittsburgh           United States Of America

27th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

28th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

29th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

MAY

1st        Maple Leaf Gardens           Toronto  Canada

2nd       Civic Centre         Ottawa   Canada

3rd        Forum    Montreal Canada

5th        Civic Center         Providence           United States of America

6th        New Boston Garden Arena  Boston   United States Of America

7th        Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

8th        Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

9th        Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

14th      Festhalle Frankfurt            West Germany

15th      Congress Centrum            Hamburg            West Germany

16th      Philipshalle          Dusseldorf          Germany – Cancelled

16th      Deutschlandhalle   Berlin     Germany

18th      Grugahalle           Essen     Germany

19th      Koln Sports Palast Cologne Germany

20th      Olympicahalle       Munich   Germany

22nd     Reich Stadion       Vienna    Austria

24th      Pavillon de Paris    Paris      France

25th      Pavillon de Paris    Paris      France

26th      Palais des Sports   Lyon      France

27th      Parc Chaneau       Marseilles            France – Cancelled

31st      Falkonerteatret     Copenhagen        Denmark

JUNE

1st        Falkonerteatret     Copenhagen        Denmark

2nd       Skansen  Stockholm           Sweden – Cancelled

2nd       Kungliga Tennishallen        Stockholm           Sweden

4th        Scandanavium      Gothenburg         Sweden

5th        Ekeberg Idrettshall Oslo      Norway

7th        Sport Paleis Ahoy  Rotterdam           Holland

8th        Sport Paleis Ahoy  Rotterdam           Holland

9th        Sport Paleis Ahoy  Rotterdam           Holland

11th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium

12th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium

14th      City Hall Newcastle            England

15th      City Hall Newcastle            England

16th      City Hall Newcastle            England

19th      Apollo Theatre     Glasgow Scotland

20th      Apollo Theatre     Glasgow Scotland

21st      Apollo Theatre     Glasgow Scotland

22nd     Apollo Theatre     Glasgow Scotland

24th      New Bingley Hall, CS          Stafford  England

25th      New Bingley Hall, CS          Stafford  England

26th      New Bingley Hall, CS          Stafford  England

29th      Earls Court Arena  London  England

30th      Earls Court Arena  London  England

JULY

1st        Earls Court Arena  London  England

THE OZ TOUR

For the Australian leg of the tour, officially named “The Oz Tour”, Dennis Garcia replaced Roger Powell on keyboards and synthesisers for two shows on the 11th and 14th November.

NOVEMBER

11th      Oval Cricket Ground          Adelaide Australia

14th      Perth Entertainment Centre  Perth      Australia

18th      Melbourne Cricket Ground  Melbourne           Australia

21st      Lang Park            Brisbane Australia

24th      R.A.S. Showgrounds          Sydney   Australia

25th      R.A.S. Showgrounds          Sydney   Australia

29th      Queen Elizabeth II Park       Christchurch        New Zealand

DECEMBER

2nd       Western Springs Speedway   Auckland            New Zealand

6th        Koseinenkin Kaikan           Osaka    Japan

7th        Koseinenkin Kaikan           Osaka    Japan

9th        Banpaku Kaikan    Osaka    Japan

11th      NHK Nihon Budokan         Tokyo    Japan

12th      NHK Nihon Budokan         Tokyo    Japan

1983

THE SERIOUS MOONLIGHT TOUR

Opening on 18th May 1983, the Serious Moonlight World Tour visited fifteen countries and produced ninety six performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals, guitar, saxophone), Carlos Alomar (guitar), Earl Slick (lead guitar), Carmine Rojas (bass), Tony Thompson (drums), Dave Lebolt (keyboards), Steve Elson, Stan Harrison, Lenny Pickett, Frank Simms and George Simms (backing vocals).

MARCH

17th      Claridge’s Hotel    London  England – Press Conference

APRIL

?           Las Colinas          Dallas     United States – Rehearsals

MAY

?           ?           Paris      France – Rehearsals

17th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium – Dress/Rehearsal

18th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium – Warm-Up Show

19th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium – Warm-Up Show

20th      Festhalle Frankfurt            Germany

21st      Olympicahalle       Munich   Germany

22nd     Olympicahalle       Munich   Germany

24th      Palais des Sports   Lyon      France

25th      Palais des Sports   Lyon      France

26th      Les Arenes          Frejus     France

27th      Les Arenes          Frejus     France

29th      La Beaujoire         Nantes   France – Cancelled

30th      Glen Helen Regional Pk – US Fest      San Bernardino     United States Of America

JUNE

2nd       Wembley Arena     London  England

3rd        Wembley Arena     London  England

4th        Wembley Arena     London  England

5th        National Exhibition Centre Arena      Birmingham         England

6th        National Exhibition Centre Arena      Birmingham         England

8th        Hippodrome d’Auteuil        Paris      France

9th        Hippodrome d’Auteuil        Paris      France

11th      Ullevi Stadium      Gothenburg         Sweden

12th      Ullevi Stadium      Gothenburg         Sweden

15th      Ruhrland Stadium  Bochum  Germany

17th      Freilicht Buhne     Bad Segeberg       Germany

18th      Freilicht Buhne     Bad Segeberg       Germany

20th      Wald Buhne         West Berlin          Germany

24th      Bieberer Berg Stadium        Offenbach           Germany

25th      Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam           Holland

26th      Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam           Holland

28th      Murrayfield Stadium           Edinburgh           Scotland

30th      Hammersmith Odeon         London  England – Charity Show

JULY

1st        Milton Keynes Bowl           Milton Keynes      England

2nd       Milton Keynes Bowl           Milton Keynes      England

3rd        Milton Keynes Bowl           Milton Keynes      England

11th      Coliseum            Quebec City         Canada

12th      Forum    Montreal Canada

13th      Forum    Montreal Canada

15th      Civic Center         Hartford United States Of America

16th      Civic Center         Hartford United States Of America

18th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

19th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

20th      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

21st      Spectrum Arena    Philadelphia         United States Of America

23rd      Carrier Dome       Syracuse United States – Rescheduled

25th      Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

26th      Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

27th      Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

29th      Richfield Coliseum Cleveland            United States Of America

30th      Joe Louis Arena    Detroit   United States Of America

31st      Joe Louis Arena    Detroit   United States Of America

AUGUST

1st        Rosemont Horizon            Chicago  United States Of America

2nd       Rosemont Horizon            Chicago  United States Of America

3rd        Rosemont Horizon            Chicago  United States Of America

4th        Rosemont Horizon            Chicago  United States Of America

7th        Commonwealth Stadium     Edmonton           Canada

8th        British Columbia Place Stadium         Vancouver           Canada

9th        British Columbia Place Stadium         Vancouver           Canada

11th      Tacoma Dome      Seattle    United States Of America

14th      Forum    Los Angeles         United States Of America

15th      Forum    Los Angeles         United States Of America

17th      Veterans’ Memorial Coliseum            Phoenix  United States Of America

19th      Reunion Arena     Dallas     United States Of America

20th      Frank Erwin Center            Austin    United States Of America

21st      The Summit         Houston United States Of America

24th      Scope Convention Hall       Norfolk  United States Of America

25th      Scope Convention Hall       Norfolk  United States Of America

27th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

28th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

29th      Hershey Park Stadium         Hershey  United States Of America

31st      Sullivan Stadium    Boston   United States Of America

SEPTEMBER

3rd        C.N.E. Grandstand            Toronto  Canada

4th        C.N.E. Grandstand            Toronto  Canada

5th        Memorial Auditorium         Buffalo   United States Of America

6th        Carrier Dome       Syracuse United States Of America

9th        Anaheim Stadium  Los Angeles         United States Of America

11th      Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum   Vancouver           Canada

12th      Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum   Vancouver           Canada

14th      Winnipeg Stadium Winnipeg            Canada

17th      Oakland Stadium   San Francisco       United States Of America

OCTOBER

?           ?           Tokyo    Japan – Rehearsals

20th      Budokan Arena    Tokyo    Japan

21st      Budokan Arena    Tokyo    Japan

22nd     Budokan Arena    Tokyo    Japan

24th      Budokan Arena    Tokyo    Japan

25th      Yokohama Stadium            Yokohama           Japan

26th      Funitsu Taikukan  Osaka    Japan

27th      Funitsu Taikukan  Osaka    Japan

29th      Kokusai Tenji Kaikan          Nagoya   Japan

30th      Expo Memorial Park           Osaka    Japan

31st      Funitsu Taikukan  Kyoto     Japan

NOVEMBER

4th        Entertainment Centre         Perth      Australia

5th        Entertainment Centre         Perth      Australia

6th        Entertainment Centre         Perth      Australia

9th        Oval Cricket Ground          Adelaide Australia

12th      V.F.L. Park          Waverley, Melbourne          Australia

16th      Lang Park            Brisbane Australia

19th      R.A.S. Showgrounds          Sydney   Australia

20th      R.A.S. Showgrounds          Sydney   Australia

24th      Athletic Park        Wellington           New Zealand

26th      Western Springs Stadium     Auckland            New Zealand

DECEMBER – “BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE” TOUR

1st        Youth Club         ?           Singapore – Cancelled

3rd        ?           ?           Singapore

5th        Army Stadium      Bangkok Thailand

7th        Hong Kong Coliseum (at Hung Hom)            Hong Kong City   Hong Kong

8th        Hong Kong Coliseum (at Hung Hom)            Hong Kong City   Hong Kong

1987

THE GLASS SPIDER WORLD TOUR

Opening on the 30th May 1987, The Glass Spider World Tour visited fifteen countries and produced eighty six performances, as well as nine promotional press shows. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals, guitar, saxophone), Carlos Alomar (guitar), Peter Frampton (lead guitar), Carmine Rojas (bass), Alan Childs (drums), Erdal Kizilcay (keyboards, trumpet, congas, violin) and Richard Cottle (keyboards, saxophone).

The dancers were: Melissa Hurley, Constance Marie, Craig Allen Rothwell (aka Spazz Attack), Viktor Manoel and Stephen Nichols. In March before the tour started, a number of Press Shows were given in various countries. The band for these performances consisted of: David Bowie (vocals), Carlos Alomar (guitar), Peter Frampton (guitar), Alan Childs (drums), Carmine Rojas (bass) and Richard Cottle (keyboards).

MARCH – PROMOTIONAL PRESS TOUR

17th      Diamond Club      Toronto  Canada – Press Show

18th      Cat Club New York            United States Of America – Press Show

20th      Players’ Theatre     London  England – Press Show

21st      La Locomotive      Paris      France – Press Show

24th      Halquera Plateaux  Madrid   Spain – Press Show

25th      Piper      Rome     Italy – Press Show

26th      Parkcafe Lowenbrau           Munich   Germany – Press Show

28th      Ritz       Stockholm           Sweden – Press Show

30th      Paradiso  Amsterdam          Holland – Press Show

APRIL

?           ?           New York City      United States Of America – 1st Rehearsals

MAY

18th      Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

19th      Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

20th      Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

21st      Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

22nd     Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

23rd      Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

24th      Ahoy Hall            Rotterdam           Holland – 2nd Rehearsals

27th      Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam           Holland – 3rd Rehearsals

28th      Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam           Holland – 3rd Rehearsals

30th      Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam           Holland

31st      Stadion Feyenoord Rotterdam           Holland

JUNE

2nd       Werchter Festival Terrein     Werchter Belgium

6th        Hansa Tonstudios Berlin     Germany – Rehearsal

6th        Hansa Tonstudios Berlin     Germany – Press Conference

6th        Platz der Republik Berlin     Germany – Festival

7th        Nurburgring – (Rock Am Ring)        Koblenz  Germany – Festival

9th        Stadio Comunale   Florence  Italy

10th      Stadio San Siro     Milan     Italy

13th      Festwiese Am Stadtpark      Hamburg            Germany

15th      Stadio Flaminio     Rome     Italy

16th      Stadio Flaminio     Rome     Italy

17th      Wembley Stadium  London  England – Rehearsal

18th      Wembley Stadium  London  England – Rehearsal

19th      Wembley Stadium  London  England – Rehearsal

19th      Wembley Stadium  London  England

20th      Wembley Stadium  London  England

21st      Cardiff Arms Park Cardiff   Wales

23rd      Roker Park Stadium           Sunderland          England

27th      Eriksberg Festival Site         Gothenburg         Sweden

28th      Stade Municipal de Gerland  Lyon      France

JULY

1st        Wiener Stadion     Vienna    Austria

3rd        Parc Departemental de la Courneuve  Paris      France

4th        Le Stadium          Toulouse            France

6th        Estadio Vicente Calderon     Madrid   Spain

7th        Mini Estadio C.F.  Barcelona            Spain

8th        Mini Estadio C.F.  Barcelona            Spain

11th      Slane Castle         Slane, Co.Meath   Ireland

14th      Maine Road Stadium          Manchester          England

15th      Maine Road Stadium          Manchester          England

17th      Stade de l’Ouest    Nice       France

18th      Stadio Comunale   Torino    Italy

30th      Veterans’ Stadium  Philadelphia         United States Of America

31st      Veterans’ Stadium  Philadelphia         United States Of America

AUGUST

2nd       Giants Stadium     East Rutherford    United States Of America

3rd        Giants Stadium     East Rutherford    United States Of America

7th        Spartan Stadium    San Jose  United States Of America

8th        Anaheim Stadium  Los Angeles         United States Of America

9th        Anaheim Stadium  Los Angeles         United States Of America

12th      Mile High Stadium Denver   United States Of America

14th      Portland Civic Auditorium   Portland  United States Of America

15th      British Columbia Place Stadium         Vancouver           Canada

17th      Commonwealth Stadium     Edmonton           Canada

19th      Winnipeg Stadium Winnipeg            Canada

21st      Rosemont Horizon            Chicago  United States Of America

22nd     Rosemont Horizon            Chicago  United States Of America

24th      Molson C.N.E. Stadium      Toronto  Canada

25th      Molson C.N.E. Stadium      Toronto  Canada

28th      Lansdowne Park    Ottawa   Canada

30th      Olympic Stadium   Montreal Canada

SEPTEMBER

1st        Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

2nd       Madison Square Garden      New York City      United States Of America

3rd        Sullivan Stadium    Foxboro United States Of America

6th        Dean Dome         Chapel Hill, NC    United States Of America

7th        Dean Dome         Chapel Hill, NC    United States Of America

10th      Marcus Amphitheatre         Milwaukee           United States Of America

11th      Marcus Amphitheatre         Milwaukee           United States Of America

12th      Pontiac Silverdome Detroit   United States Of America

14th      Rupp Arena         Lexington           United States Of America

18th      Orange Bowl        Miami     United States Of America

19th      Tampa Stadium     Tampa    United States Of America

21st      Omni Arena         Atlanta   United States Of America

22nd     Omni Arena         Atlanta   United States Of America

25th      Hartford Civic Center         Hartford United States Of America

28th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

29th      Capital Centre      Washington DC    United States Of America

OCTOBER

1st        St. Paul Civic Center          Minneapolis         United States Of America

2nd       St. Paul Civic Center          Minneapolis         United States Of America

4th        Kemper Arena      Kansas City         United States Of America

6th        Superdome          New Orleans        United States Of America

7th        The Summit         Houston United States Of America

8th        The Summit         Houston United States Of America

10th      Reunion Arena     Dallas     United States Of America

11th      Reunion Arena     Dallas     United States Of America

13th      Los Angeles Sports Arena   Los Angeles         United States Of America

14th      Los Angeles Sports Arena   Los Angeles         United States Of America

27th      Tivoli Club          Sydney   Australia – Press Conference

29th      Boondall Entertainment Centre         Brisbane Australia

30th      Boondall Entertainment Centre         Brisbane Australia

NOVEMBER

3rd        Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

4th        Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

6th        Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

7th        Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

9th        Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

10th      Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

13th      Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

14th      Entertainment Centre         Sydney   Australia

18th      Kooyong Stadium  Melbourne           Australia

20th      Kooyong Stadium  Melbourne           Australia

21st      Kooyong Stadium  Melbourne           Australia

23rd      Kooyong Stadium  Melbourne           Australia

28th      Western Springs Stadium     Auckland            New Zealand

1995-1996

THE OUTSIDE WORLD TOUR

Opening on the 14th September 1995, the Outside World Tour took in twenty six countries and produced a total of ninety two performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals/saxophone), Peter Schwartz (keyboards), Reeves Gabrels (lead guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass/vocals), Carlos Alomar (guitar), Zachary Alford (drums), Mike Garson (keyboards) and George Simms (backing vocals/keyboards). For the start of the tour in the US, Nine Inch Nails were special guests. For the UK leg, Morrissey was special guest up until Aberdeen.

SEPTEMBER

?           ?           New York            United States – Rehearsals

13th      Meadows Amphitheatre      Hartford United States – Dress Rehearsals

14th      Meadows Amphitheatre      Hartford United States Of America

16th      Great Woods Center Perf. Arts         Mansfield            United States Of America

17th      Hershey Park Stadium         Hershey  United States Of America

20th      Sky Dome           Toronto  Canada

22nd     Camden Entert. Waterfront Center     Philadelphia         United States Of America

23rd      Starlake Amphitheatre        Pittsburgh           United States Of America

27th      Meadowlands Arena           New Jersey           United States Of America

28th      Meadowlands Arena           New Jersey           United States Of America

30th      Blossom Music Center        Cleveland            United States Of America

OCTOBER

1st        New World Music Theater    Chicago  United States Of America

3rd        Auburn Hills Palace            Detroit   United States Of America

4th        Polaris Amphitheatre          Columbus           United States Of America

6th        Nissan Stone Ridge            Washington         United States Of America

7th        Walnut Creek Amphitheatre Raleigh   United States Of America

9th        Lakewood Amphitheatre     Atlanta   United States Of America

11th      Riverport Amphitheatre       St. Louis United States Of America

13th      Starplex Amphitheatre        Dallas     United States Of America

14th      Meadows Amphitheatre      Austin    United States Of America

16th      McNichols Arena   Denver   United States Of America

18th      Desert Sky Pavilion            Phoenix  United States Of America

19th      Thomas & Mack Center      Las Vegas            United States Of America

21st      Shoreline Amphitheatre       Mountain View     United States Of America

24th      Tacoma Dome      Seattle    United States Of America

25th      Rose Garden Arena            Portland  United States Of America

28th      Great Western Forum         Los Angeles         United States Of America

29th      Great Western Forum         Los Angeles         United States Of America

31st      Hollywood Palladium          Los Angeles         United States Of America

NOVEMBER

8th        Elwood Studios     Nr. Watford         England – Rehearsals Start

13th      Elwood Studios     Nr. Watford         England – Rehearsals Finish

13th      Wembley Arena     London  England – Rehearsals

14th      Wembley Arena     London  England

15th      Wembley Arena     London  England

17th      Wembley Arena     London  England

18th      Wembley Arena     London  England

20th      National Exhibition Centre Arena      Birmingham         England

21st      National Exhibition Centre Arena      Birmingham         England

24th      Kings Hall           Belfast    Northern Ireland – Re-Arranged

24th      Point Depot         Dublin    Ireland

26th      Westpoint Arena   Exeter    England

27th      International Arena            Cardiff   Wales

29th      Scottish Exhibition & Conf. Centre    Aberdeen            Scotland

30th      Scottish Exhibition & Conf. Centre    Glasgow Scotland

DECEMBER

3rd        Sheffield Arena     Sheffield England

4th        Sheffield Arena     Sheffield England – Cancelled

5th        Kings Hall           Belfast    Northern Ireland

6th        Nynex Arena        Manchester          England – Re-Arranged

7th        Newcastle Arena   Newcastle            England

8th        Nynex Arena        Manchester          England

13th      National Exhibition Centre Hall 5      Birmingham         England – Big Twix Mix Show

1996 JANUARY

14th      ?           Helsinki  Finland – Rehearsals Start

15th      ?           Helsinki  Finland – Rehearsal

16th      ?           Helsinki  Finland – Rehearsals Finish

17th      Icehall    Helsinki  Finland

19th      Globe Arena        Stockholm           Sweden

20th      Scandinavium       Gothenburg         Sweden

22nd     Spektrum            Oslo      Norway

24th      Valbyhallen          Copenhagen        Denmark

25th      Sporthalle            Hamburg            Germany

27th      Vorst Nationaal     Brussels  Belgium

28th      Prins Van Oranjehal            Utrecht   Holland

30th      Westfalenhalle      Dortmund           Germany

31st      Festhalle Frankfurt            Germany

FEBRUARY

1st        Deutschlandhalle   Berlin     Germany

3rd        Sportovini Hala     Prague    Czech Republic

4th        Stadthalle            Vienna    Austria

6th        Hala Tivoli           Ljublijana            Slovenia

8th        Palatrussardi        Milan     Italy

9th        Palasport di Casalecchio      Bologna  Italy

11th      Halle Tony Garnier Lyon      France

13th      Arena     Geneva   Switzerland

14th      Hallenstadion       Zurich    Switzerland

16th      Le Galaxie           Amneville, Metz    France

17th      Le Zenith            Lille       France

18th      Salle Expos-Aeroport         Rennes   France

20th      Palais Omnisports  Paris      France

The band line-up now consists of: David Bowie (vocals/saxophone), Reeves Gabrels (lead guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass/vocals), Zachary Alford (drums) and Mike Garson (keyboards).

IGGY POP TOUR

Follow The Sun Tour

1981 October -December. Iggy Pop:Vocals, Douglas Browne:Drums, Rob Duprey” Guitar. Gary Valentine:Guitar, Michael Page: Bass, Carlos Alomar:Guitar, Clem Burke: Drums

11/11 Houston, Cardi’s

13/11 Austin, club Foot

25/11 San Fransisco, Old Waldorf

01/12 Pontiac, Silverdome (opening for the Rolling Stones)

03/12 Toronto, Music Hall

6//12 Montreal

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