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Another Bowie tribute tour

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2016 might have been a year of mourning in the world of pop, but in 2017 its time to celebrate. This is certainly the impetus behind Bowie: Ashes To Ashes, billed as the ultimate David Bowie tribute show, which will be coming to our shores this May.

Audiences will be treated to over two hours of Bowie hits, performed live on stage by musical chameleon Cameron Charters and an incredible live band, and all brought to life with replica costuming and visionary theatrical production.

Featuring all the classics from the Bowie songbook, the show is sure to have audiences in the party mood. With a set list that includes Heroes, Starman, Ashes To Ashes, Ziggy Stardust, Golden Years, Rebel Rebel, Modern Love, Dancing In The Street, China Girl, Sound And Vision, Young Americans, Let’s Dance, The Jean Genie and more, who wouldn’t get excited?

Bowie might have taken his final curtain call, but thanks to tributes such as Bowie: Ashes To Ashes, the music lives on. Time to put on your red shoes and dance the blues.  Chris Prindiville


Bowie: Ashes To Ashes tour dates:

Kalgoorlie: Goldfields Art CentreTime on May 4.
Perth: Astor Theatre on May 5.
Bunbury: BREC – Stage One Theatre on May 6.
Mandurah: Performing Arts Centre on May 9.
Adelaide: Thebarton Theatre on May 17.
Penrith: Penrith Panthers on May 19.
Newcastle: The Wests Group – New Lambton on May 20.
Wollongong: Anita’s Theatre on May 21.

For ticketing information visit: www.bowietheshow.com.

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