Bowie Tours and Concert Performances

Birmingham NEC 20th November 1995   1995-1996
  THE OUTSIDE WORLD TOUR

Opening on the 14th September 1995, The Outside World Tour took in twenty six countries and produced a total of ninety two performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals/saxophone), Peter Schwartz (keyboards), Reeves Gabrels (lead guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass/vocals), Carlos Alomar (guitar), Zachary Alford (drums), Mike Garson (keyboards) and George Simms (backing vocals/keyboards).

For the start of the tour in the US, Nine Inch Nails were special guests. Five songs were performed with Nine Inch Nails: 'Subterraneans', 'Scary Monsters', 'Reptile', 'Hallo Spaceboy' and 'Hurt'.

For the UK/European leg, Morrissey was the special guest until he decided to leave the tour before the gig at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Aberdeen on 29th November.


SEPTEMBER
11thThe Meadows Music TheatreHartfordUnited States - Rehearsals
12thThe Meadows Music TheatreHartfordUnited States - Rehearsals
13thThe Meadows Music TheatreHartfordUnited States - Dress Rehearsal
14thThe Meadows Music TheatreHartfordUnited States Of America
16thGreat Woods Center Perf. ArtsMansfieldUnited States Of America
17thHershey Park StadiumHersheyUnited States Of America
18thThe Grand Ballroom, Manhattan CenterNew YorkUnited States Of America - Charity Benefit*
20thSkyDomeTorontoCanada
22ndCamden Entert. Waterfront CenterPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
23rdStarlake AmphitheatreBurgettstownUnited States Of America
27thMeadowlands ArenaEast Rutherford, NJUnited States Of America
28thMeadowlands ArenaEast Rutherford, NJUnited States Of America
30thBlossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, ClevelandUnited States Of America

*18th September: David performed 'A Small Plot Of Land' and 'My Death' with Mike Garson accompanying him on keyboards. Other artists performing at this fundraising benefit for The Joseph Papp Public Theater included: Iggy Pop, Heavy D and Salt-N-Pepa.


OCTOBER
1stNew World Music TheatreTinley Park, ChicagoUnited States Of America
3rdAuburn Hills PalaceAuburn Hills, DetroitUnited States Of America
4thPolaris AmphitheatreColumbusUnited States Of America
6thNissan Pavilion at Stone RidgeBristow, VAUnited States Of America
7thWalnut Creek AmphitheatreRaleigh, NCUnited States Of America
9thLakewood AmphitheatreAtlantaUnited States Of America
11thRiverport AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, St. LouisUnited States Of America
13thStarplex AmphitheatreDallasUnited States Of America
14thBudweiser Southpark MeadowsAustinUnited States Of America
16thMcNichols ArenaDenverUnited States Of America
18thBlockbuster Desert Sky PavilionPhoenixUnited States Of America
19thThomas & Mack CenterLas VegasUnited States Of America
21stShoreline AmphitheatreMountain ViewUnited States Of America
24thTacoma DomeTacoma, SeattleUnited States Of America
25thRose GardenPortlandUnited States Of America
28thGreat Western ForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
29thGreat Western ForumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
31stHollywood PalladiumLos AngelesUnited States Of America

NOVEMBER
8thElstree StudiosBorehamwoodEngland - Rehearsals Start
13thElstree StudiosBorehamwoodEngland - Rehearsals Finish
13thWembley ArenaLondonEngland - Rehearsals
14thWembley ArenaLondonEngland
15thWembley ArenaLondonEngland
17thWembley ArenaLondonEngland
18thWembley ArenaLondonEngland
20thNational Exhibition Centre ArenaBirminghamEngland
21stNational Exhibition Centre ArenaBirminghamEngland
24thKings HallBelfastNorthern Ireland - Rearranged
24thPoint DepotDublinIreland
26thWestpoint ArenaExeterEngland
27thInternational ArenaCardiffWales
29thScottish Exhibition & Conf. CentreAberdeenScotland
30thScottish Exhibition & Conf. CentreGlasgowScotland

DECEMBER
3rdSheffield ArenaSheffieldEngland
4thSheffield ArenaSheffieldEngland - Cancelled
5thKings HallBelfastNorthern Ireland
6thNynex ArenaManchesterEngland - Rearranged
7thNewcastle ArenaNewcastleEngland
8thNynex ArenaManchesterEngland
13thNational Exhibition Centre Hall 5BirminghamEngland - Big Twix Mix Show

1996 JANUARY
14th?HelsinkiFinland - Rehearsals Start
15th?HelsinkiFinland - Rehearsal
16th?HelsinkiFinland - Rehearsals Finish
17thIcehallHelsinkiFinland
19thGlobe ArenaStockholmSweden
20thScandinaviumGothenburgSweden
22ndSpektrumOsloNorway
24thValbyhallenCopenhagenDenmark
25thSporthalleHamburgGermany
27thVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium
28thPrins Van OranjehalUtrechtHolland
30thWestfalenhalleDortmundGermany
31stFesthalleFrankfurtGermany

FEBRUARY
1stDeutschlandhalleBerlinGermany
3rdSportovini HalaPragueCzech Republic
4thStadthalleViennaAustria
6thHala TivoliLjublijanaSlovenia
8thPalatrussardiMilanItaly
9thPalasport di CasalecchioBolognaItaly
11thHalle Tony GarnierLyonFrance
13thArenaGenevaSwitzerland
14thHallenstadionZurichSwitzerland
16thLe GalaxieAmneville, MetzFrance
17thLe ZenithLilleFrance
18thSalle Expos-AeroportRennesFrance
20thPalais OmnisportsParisFrance

The band line-up now consists of: David Bowie (vocals/saxophone), Reeves Gabrels (lead guitar), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass/vocals), Zachary Alford (drums) and Mike Garson (keyboards).

JUNE
4thBudokan HallTokyoJapan
5thBudokan HallTokyoJapan
7thCentury HallNagoyaJapan
8thKousei-Nenkin-KaikanHiroshimaJapan
10thCastle HallOsakaJapan
11thKyusyu-Kousei-Nenkin-KaikanKokuraJapan
13thSun PalaceFukuokaJapan
15thWhite Nights FestivalSt. PetersburgRussia - Cancelled
16thWhite Nights FestivalSt. PetersburgRussia - Cancelled
18thKremlin Palace Concert HallMoscowRussia
20thLaugardalsholl ArenaReykjavikIceland
22ndLoreley FreilichtbuhneSt. GoarshausenGermany
23rdSuper Rock FestivalLisbonPortugal
25thZenith OmegaToulonFrance
28thPeissnitzinsel "Outside" FestivalHalleGermany
30thRoskilde FestivalRoskildeDenmark

JULY
1stP.A.O. StadiumAthensGreece
3rdHa-Yarkron ParkTel-AvivIsrael
5thTorhout FestivalTorhoutBelgium
6thFestival TerreinWerchterBelgium
7thEurokennes FestivalBelfortFrance
9thCurva Stadium OlimpicoRomeItaly
10thEspace FontveilleMonte CarloMonaco
12thEscalarre FestivalEscalarreSpain
14thSt. Polten FestivalSt. PoltenAustria
16thSports Palais AhoyRotterdamHolland
18thPhoenix Festival, Long Marston AirfieldStratford-upon-AvonEngland
20thSWF3 Open Air FestivalBalingenGermany
21stBellinzona Open Air FestivalBellinzonaSwitzerland


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
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Created: July 1997 © Paul Kinder Last Updated: 9/9/12