Bowie Tours and Concert Performances David circa 1970   1976
  THE 1976 'ON STAGE!' WORLD TOUR

Opening on 2nd February, The 1976 'On Stage!' World Tour visited eleven countries and produced a total of sixty-four performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals), Carlos Alomar (rhythm guitar), Stacy 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
?Dynamic Sound StudiosKingstonJamaica - 2 Weeks Rehearsal
?? StudiosNew YorkUnited States - Rehearsals
28thAgrodomeVancouverCanada - Rehearsal
29thAgrodomeVancouverCanada - Rehearsal
30thAgrodomeVancouverCanada - Rehearsal
31stAgrodomeVancouverCanada - Rehearsal

FEBRUARY
1stPacific ColiseumVancouverCanada - Dress Rehearsal
2ndPacific ColiseumVancouverCanada
3rdCentre ColiseumSeattleUnited States Of America
4thMemorial ColiseumPortlandUnited States Of America
5thColiseum ArenaOaklandUnited States Of America
6thCow PalaceDaly City, San FranciscoUnited States Of America
8thInglewood ForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
9thInglewood ForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
11thInglewood ForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
13thSports ArenaSan DiegoUnited States Of America
15thVeterans Memorial ColiseumPhoenixUnited States Of America
16thCivic AuditoriumAlbuquerqueUnited States Of America
17thMcNichols Sports ArenaDenverUnited States Of America
20thMecca ArenaMilwaukeeUnited States Of America
21stWings StadiumKalamazooUnited States Of America
22ndRoberts Municipal StadiumEvansville, IndianaUnited States Of America
23rdColiseumCincinnatiUnited States Of America
25thForumMontrealCanada
26thMaple Leaf GardensTorontoCanada
27thPublic AuditoriumClevelandUnited States Of America
28thPublic AuditoriumClevelandUnited States Of America
29thOlympia StadiumDetroitUnited States Of America

MARCH
1stOlympia StadiumDetroitUnited States Of America
3rdInternational AmphitheatreChicagoUnited States Of America
5thHenry W. Kiel Municipal AuditoriumSt. LouisUnited States Of America
6thMid-South ColiseumMemphisUnited States Of America
7thMunicipal AuditoriumNashvilleUnited States Of America
8thThe OmniAtlantaUnited States Of America
?ColiseumJacksonvilleUnited States Of America
11thCivic ArenaPittsburghUnited States Of America
12thScope Convention HallNorfolkUnited States Of America
13thCapital CentreLandover, MarylandUnited States Of America
14thCapital CentreLandover, MarylandUnited States Of America
15thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
16thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
17thBoston GardenBostonUnited States Of America
19thMemorial AuditoriumBuffaloUnited States Of America
20thWar Memorial AuditoriumRochesterUnited States Of America
21stCivic CenterSpringfieldUnited States Of America
22ndMemorial ColiseumNew HavenUnited States Of America
23rdNassau Veterans Memorial ColiseumUniondale, Long Island, NYUnited States Of America
26thMadison Square GardenNew York CityUnited States Of America

APRIL
7thOlympiahalleMunichGermany
8thPhilips HalleDusseldorfGermany
10thDeutschlandhalleBerlinGermany
11thCongress CentrumHamburgGermany
12thCongress CentrumHamburgGermany
13thFesthalle - MesseFrankfurtGermany
14thEberthalleLudwigshafen..Germany
17thFesthalleBerneSwitzerland - Cancelled
17thHallen StadionZurichSwitzerland
24thNya MasshallenHelsinkiFinland
26thKungliga TennishallenStockholmSweden
27thEkebergshallenOsloNorway - Cancelled
27thKungliga TennishallenStockholmSweden
28thScandinaviumGothenburgSweden
29thFalkonerteatretCopenhagenDenmark
30thFalkonerteatretCopenhagenDenmark

MAY
3rdWembley Empire PoolLondonEngland
4thWembley Empire PoolLondonEngland
5thWembley Empire PoolLondonEngland
6thWembley Empire PoolLondonEngland
7thWembley Empire PoolLondonEngland
8thWembley Empire PoolLondonEngland
11thForest NationalBrusselsBelgium
13thSport Palais AhoyRotterdamHolland
14thSport Palais AhoyRotterdamHolland
17thPavillionParisFrance
18thPavillionParisFrance
19thPavillionParisFrance - Cancelled


Concert Performances 1958 to 1969 | Concert Performances 1970 to 1971
1972 Ziggy Stardust Tours | 1973 Ziggy Stardust Tours
1974 Diamond Dogs and Philly Dogs Tour | 1976 On Stage! World Tour | 1977 The Idiot Tour
1978 World Tour | 1983 Serious Moonlight Tour | 1987 The Glass Spider Tour
1989 Tin Machine Tour | 1990 Sound + Vision Tour | 1991-1992 Tin Machine "It's My Life" Tour
1995-1996 Outside Tour and Festivals | 1997 Earthling Tour and Festivals
Other Mini Tours and Concert Performances


1974-1975 Diamond Dogs and Philly Dogs Tour Top 1977 The Idiot Tour
Created: July 1997 © Paul Kinder Last Updated: 27/10/15