Bowie friends, bandmates, & world class musicians performing epic career spanning concerts of Bowie music, Bowie-style.

OCT 7REYKJAVIK, ICELANDELDBORG HALL, HARPA CENTERPRE-SALE
OCT 8REYKJAVIK, ICELANDELDBORG HALL, HARPA CENTERPRE-SALE
OCT 19SAO PAULO, BRAZILAUDITORIO SIMON BOLIVARBUY TICKETS
OCT 20BUENOS ARIES, ARGENTINAMUSEUM CLUBBUY TICKETS
OCT 22MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAYLA TRASTIENDA SAMSUNGBUY TICKETS
OCT 23SANTIAGO, CHILETEATRO NES CAFE DE LAS ARTESBUY TICKETS
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OCT 7
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
ELDBORG HALL, HARPA CENTER
PRE-SALE

OCT 8
REYKJAVIK, ICELAND
ELDBORG HALL, HARPA CENTER
PRE-SALE

OCT 19
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
AUDITORIO SIMON BOLIVAR
BUY TICKETS

OCT 20
BUENOS ARIES, ARGENTINA
MUSEUM CLUB
BUY TICKETS

OCT 22
MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY
LA TRASTIENDA SAMSUNG
PRE-SALE

OCT 23
SANTIAGO, CHILE
TEATRO NES CAFE DE LAS ARTES
BUY TICKETS

OCT 25
LIMA, PERU
TEATRO MUNICIPAL DE LIMA
MORE INFO

OCT 27
ASUNCION, PARAGUAY
TEATRO BCP
TICKETS ON SALE 5/30

2016 US West Coast
2017 UK, US, Australia, Japan
2018 UK, Europe, Canada, US, Mexico

Special guests and regular performers have included Sting, Gary Oldman, Adrian Belew, Seal, Ewan McGregor, Joe Sumner, Jerry Harrison, Gavin Rossdale, Mike Garson, Bernard Fanning, Simon Le Bon, Earl Slick, Corey Taylor, Gerry Leonard, Perry Farrell, Gaby Moreno, Joe Elliot, Angelo Moore, Carmine Rojas, Tom Chaplin, La Roux, Paul Dempsey (Something For Kate), Christy Dignam (Aslan), The London Community Gospel Choir, The Harlem Gospel, The Selah Gospel Choir, Magik*Magik Orchestra, and Former International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield.

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“The prolific work of David Bowie has been begging for a proper musical tribute since he died, and it finally got one with the Celebrating David Bowie tour.”– LA Weekly

“Jaw dropping.” – NME