Bowie Tours and Concert Performances

Hammersmith Odeon 30/6/83   1983
  SERIOUS MOONLIGHT TOUR

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


JANUARY
27thThe Carlyle HotelNew York CityUnited States Of America - Press Conference

MARCH
17thClaridge's HotelLondonEngland - Press Conference

APRIL
?Las ColinasIrving, DallasUnited States of America - Rehearsals

MAY
??ParisFrance - Rehearsals
17thVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium - Dress/Rehearsal
18thVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium - Warm-Up Show
19thVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium - Warm-Up Show
20thFesthalleFrankfurtGermany
21stOlympiahalleMunichGermany
22ndOlympiahalleMunichGermany
24thPalais des SportsLyonFrance
25thPalais des SportsLyonFrance
26thLes ArenesFrejusFrance
27thLes ArenesFrejusFrance
29thLa BeaujoireNantesFrance - Cancelled
30thGlen Helen Park - US FestivalSan Bernardino Co.United States Of America

JUNE
2ndWembley ArenaLondonEngland
3rdWembley ArenaLondonEngland
4thWembley ArenaLondonEngland
5thNational Exhibition Centre ArenaBirminghamEngland
6thNational Exhibition Centre ArenaBirminghamEngland
8thHippodrome d'AuteuilParisFrance
9thHippodrome d'AuteuilParisFrance
11thUllevi StadiumGothenburgSweden
12thUllevi StadiumGothenburgSweden
15thRuhrlandstadionBochumGermany
17thFreilichttheaterBad SegebergGermany
18thFreilichttheaterBad SegebergGermany
20thWaldbühneWest BerlinGermany
24thBieberer Berg StadiumOffenbachGermany
25thStadion FeyenoordRotterdamHolland
26thStadion FeyenoordRotterdamHolland
28thMurrayfield StadiumEdinburghScotland
30thHammersmith OdeonLondonEngland - Charity Show

JULY
1stMilton Keynes BowlMilton KeynesEngland
2ndMilton Keynes BowlMilton KeynesEngland
3rdMilton Keynes BowlMilton KeynesEngland
11thColiseumQuebec CityCanada
12thForumMontrealCanada
13thForumMontrealCanada
15thCivic CenterHartfordUnited States Of America
16thCivic CenterHartfordUnited States Of America
18thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
19thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
20thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
21stSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
23rdCarrier DomeSyracuseUnited States - Rescheduled
25thMadison Square GardenNew York CityUnited States Of America
26thMadison Square GardenNew York CityUnited States Of America
27thMadison Square GardenNew York CityUnited States Of America
29thRichfield ColiseumClevelandUnited States Of America
30thJoe Louis ArenaDetroitUnited States Of America
31stJoe Louis ArenaDetroitUnited States Of America

AUGUST
1stRosemont HorizonChicagoUnited States Of America
2ndRosemont HorizonChicagoUnited States Of America
3rdRosemont HorizonChicagoUnited States Of America
4thRosemont HorizonChicagoUnited States Of America
7thCommonwealth StadiumEdmontonCanada
8thBritish Columbia Place StadiumVancouverCanada
9thBritish Columbia Place StadiumVancouverCanada
11thTacoma DomeSeattleUnited States Of America
14thForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
15thForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
17thVeterans' Memorial ColiseumPhoenixUnited States Of America
19thReunion ArenaDallasUnited States Of America
20thFrank Erwin CenterAustinUnited States Of America
21stThe SummitHoustonUnited States Of America
24thScope Convention HallNorfolkUnited States Of America
25thScope Convention HallNorfolkUnited States Of America
27thCapital CentreLandover, MarylandUnited States Of America
28thCapital CentreLandover, MarylandUnited States Of America
29thHershey Park StadiumHersheyUnited States Of America
31stSullivan StadiumBostonUnited States Of America

SEPTEMBER
3rdMolson C.N.E. StadiumTorontoCanada
4thMolson C.N.E. StadiumTorontoCanada
5thMemorial AuditoriumBuffaloUnited States Of America
6thCarrier DomeSyracuseUnited States Of America
9thAnaheim StadiumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
11thPacific National Exhibition ColiseumVancouverCanada
12thPacific National Exhibition ColiseumVancouverCanada
14thWinnipeg StadiumWinnipegCanada
17thOakland ColiseumSan FranciscoUnited States Of America

OCTOBER
??TokyoJapan - Rehearsals
20thBudokan ArenaTokyoJapan
21stBudokan ArenaTokyoJapan
22ndBudokan ArenaTokyoJapan
24thBudokan ArenaTokyoJapan
25thYokohama StadiumYokohamaJapan
26thFunitsu TaikukanOsakaJapan
27thFunitsu TaikukanOsakaJapan
29thKokusai Tenji KaikanNagoyaJapan
30thExpo Memorial ParkOsakaJapan
31stFunitsu TaikukanKyotoJapan

NOVEMBER
4thEntertainment CentrePerthAustralia
5thEntertainment CentrePerthAustralia
6thEntertainment CentrePerthAustralia
9thOval Cricket GroundAdelaideAustralia
12thVFL ParkWaverley, MelbourneAustralia
16thLang ParkBrisbaneAustralia
19thR.A.S. ShowgroundsSydneyAustralia
20thR.A.S. ShowgroundsSydneyAustralia
24thAthletic ParkWellingtonNew Zealand
26thWestern Springs StadiumAucklandNew Zealand

DECEMBER - "BUNGLE IN THE JUNGLE" TOUR
1stRainbow LoungeMing ArcadeSingapore - Cancelled
3rdNational StadiumKallangSingapore
5thArmy StadiumBangkokThailand
7thHong Kong Coliseum (at Hung Hom)Hong Kong CityHong Kong
8thHong Kong Coliseum (at Hung Hom)Hong Kong CityHong Kong


Concert Performances 1958 to 1969 | Concert Performances 1970 to 1971
1972 Ziggy Stardust Tours | 1973 Ziggy Stardust Tours
1974 Diamond Dogs & 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
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Created: July 1997 © Paul Kinder Last Updated: 15/7/09