Celebrating David Bowie Tickets
Celebrating David Bowie tickets
Celebrating David Bowie tickets are highly sought after by fans still mourning the singer's passing. The series of shows is a chance for key members of various Bowie backing bands - including the complete set of musicians that supported him on the 2003/2004 A Reality Tour - to come together and honor him. It gives fans old and young the opportunity to hear his music performed by some of the artists that knew him and his music best.
The Celebrating David Bowie tour includes artists such as Earl Slick, Gary Moreno, Joe Sumner, Adrian Belew and many additional special guests depending on the city. They like to keep the audience guessing both with the lineup and with the songs performed. The rotation tends to include many of the greatest hits one might expect along with some of his more recent tunes, such as songs from the album Blackstar. Fans can get a sense of what Bowie himself may have sounded like live with the latest Celebrate Bowie tour dates. It includes stops at many mid-size and large theaters across the U.K., Europe and North America.
Celebrating David Bowie's history
Known for his eclectic style and flair, David Bowie's sound included elements of pop, rock, glam, disco, soul and electronic and greatly influenced the progression of rock music over time. Bowie was an incredibly performative artist with a penchant for wild and audacious dress, and his former band members, friends and musicians who consider him a huge influence on their work all teamed up in 2017, the year after he died, to put together a proper musical tribute on what would have been his 70th birthday.
On the first tour, artists such as Joe Elliott, Sting, Gavin Rossdale and Living Colour appeared as surprise guests, and they made stopovers in the U.K. and Ireland, as well as the U.S. The concert kicked off with an inaugural live show at London's Brixton Academy.
Celebrating David Bowie's biggest hits
David Bowie's career spanned nearly four decades, so the artists covering him have plenty of material to work with. His debut album included the hit "Space Oddity," which made it to No. 1 on the U.K. Singles Chart. The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars made it to No. 5 on the U.K. Albums Chart in 1972 and reached No. 3 on the U.S. Top Catalog Albums Chart in 2016. Other albums included hits like "Young Americans," "Heroes," "Let's Dance," "Dancin' In the Streets" with Mick Jagger and "Blue Jean." His last album, Blackstar, released two days after his death. Musicians cover songs from all phases of his musical career in this moving tribute concert.
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