THE 1978 WORLD TOUR
Opening on 29th March, 'The 1978 World Tour' visited fifteen countries and produced a total of seventy-nine 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.
20th Dorchester Hotel London England - Press Conference
16th The Studios at Las Colinas (Soundstage) Las Colinas, Irving United States - Rehearsals Start 25th The Studios at Las Colinas (Soundstage) Las Colinas, Irving United States - Rehearsals Finish 29th Sports Arena San Diego United States Of America 30th Veterans' Memorial Coliseum Phoenix United States Of America
2nd Selland Arena Fresno United States Of America 3rd Inglewood Forum Los Angeles United States Of America 4th Inglewood Forum Los Angeles United States Of America 5th Coliseum Arena Oakland United States Of America 6th Inglewood Forum Los Angeles United States Of America 9th The Summit Houston United States Of America 10th Convention Center Arena 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 Arena Milwaukee United States Of America 26th Civic Arena Pittsburgh United States Of America 27th Capital Centre Landover, Maryland United States Of America 28th Spectrum Arena Philadelphia United States Of America 29th Spectrum Arena Philadelphia United States Of America
1st Maple Leaf Gardens Toronto Canada 2nd Civic Centre Ottawa Canada 3rd Forum Montreal Canada 5th Civic Center Providence United States of America 6th Boston Garden 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 Kolner Sporthalle Cologne Germany 20th Olympiahalle Munich Germany 22nd Wiener Stadthalle Vienna Austria 24th Pavillon de Paris Paris France 25th Pavillon de Paris Paris France 26th Palais des Sports de Gerland Lyon France 27th Parc Chaneau Marseilles France - Relocated 27th Palas des Sports Marseilles France 31st Falkonerteatret Copenhagen Denmark
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
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.
5th Hordern Pavilion Moore Park, Sydney Australia - Rehearsals Start 10th Hordern Pavilion Moore Park, Sydney Australia - Rehearsals Finish 11th Oval Cricket Ground Adelaide Australia 14th Perth Entertainment Centre Perth Australia 15th 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
2nd Western Springs Stadium Auckland New Zealand 6th Koseinenkin Kaikan Osaka Japan 7th Koseinenkin Kaikan Osaka Japan 9th Banpaku Kaikan Osaka Japan 11th NHK Hall Tokyo Japan 12th NHK Hall Tokyo Japan
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