David Bowie Tours and Concert Performances

Berlin 8th April 1990   1990
  THE SOUND+VISION WORLD TOUR

Opening on the 4th March 1990, the Sound+Vision World Tour took in twenty four countries and produced one hundred and eight performances. The band consisted of: David Bowie (vocals, guitar, saxophone), Adrian Belew (lead guitar), Michael Hodges (drums), Erdal Kizilcay (bass) and Rick Fox (keyboards).


JANUARY
23rdRainbow TheatreLondonEngland - Press Conference

MARCH
4thColisee de QuebecQuebecCanada
6thForumMontrealCanada
7thSkydomeTorontoCanada
10thWinnipeg ArenaWinnipegCanada
12thNorthlands ColiseumEdmontonCanada
13thSaddledomeCalgaryCanada
15thPacific National Exhibition ColiseumVancouverCanada
19thNational Exhibition Centre ArenaBirminghamEngland
20thNational Exhibition Centre ArenaBirminghamEngland
23rdRoyal Highland Exhibition CentreEdinburghScotland
24thRoyal Highland Exhibition CentreEdinburghScotland
26thLondon ArenaLimeharbour, LondonEngland
27thLondon ArenaLimeharbour, LondonEngland
28thLondon ArenaLimeharbour, LondonEngland
30thSport Paleis AhoyRotterdamHolland

APRIL
1stWestfalenhalleDortmundGermany - Cancelled
2ndBercyParisFrance
3rdBercyParisFrance
5thFesthalleFrankfurtGermany
7thAlsterdorfer SportshalleHamburgGermany
8thDeutschlandhalleBerlinGermany
10thOlympiahalleMunichGermany
11thSchleyer-halleStuttgartGermany
13thPalatrussardiMilanItaly
14thPalatrussardiMilanItaly
17thPalauerRomeItaly
18thPalauerRomeItaly
20thVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium
21stVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium
22ndWestfalenhalleDortmundGermany
27thArenaMiamiUnited States Of America
29thCivic CenterPensacolaUnited States Of America

MAY
1stArenaOrlandoUnited States Of America
4thFlorida Suncoast DomeSt. PetersburgUnited States Of America
5thColiseumJacksonvilleUnited States Of America
7thOmni ArenaAtlantaUnited States Of America
9thDean E. Smith CenterChapel Hill, NCUnited States Of America
12thKeio Plaza HotelTokyoJapan - Press Conference
15thDomeTokyoJapan
16thDomeTokyoJapan
20thBritish Columbia Place StadiumVancouverCanada
21stTacoma DomeSeattleUnited States Of America
23rdLos Angeles Sports ArenaLos AngelesUnited States Of America
24thCalifornia ExpoSacramentoUnited States Of America
26thDodger StadiumLos AngelesUnited States Of America
28thShoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CAUnited States Of America
29thShoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CAUnited States Of America

JUNE
1stMcNichols ArenaDenverUnited States Of America
2ndMcNichols ArenaDenverUnited States Of America
4thStarplex AmphitheatreDallasUnited States Of America
6thFrank Irwin CenterAustinUnited States Of America
7thThe Woodlands PavilionHoustonUnited States Of America
9thSandstone AmphitheatreKansas CityUnited States Of America
10thSt. Louis ArenaSt. LouisUnited States Of America
12thDeer Creek Music CenterIndianapolisUnited States Of America
13thMarcus AmphitheatreMilwaukeeUnited States Of America
15thWorld Music TheatreTinley Park, ChicagoUnited States Of America
16thWorld Music TheatreTinley Park, ChicagoUnited States Of America
19thRichfield ColiseumClevelandUnited States Of America
20thRichfield ColiseumClevelandUnited States Of America
22ndThe Palace of Auburn HillsDetroitUnited States Of America
24thThe Palace of Auburn HillsDetroitUnited States Of America
25thThe Palace of Auburn HillsDetroitUnited States Of America
27thCoca-Cola Star Lake AmphitheatrePittsburghUnited States Of America
30thCity ParkSt. John's, NFUnited States Of America

JULY
2ndMoncton ColiseumMonctonCanada
4thC.N.E. StadiumTorontoCanada
6thLandsdowne ParkOttawaCanada
7thSaratoga Performing Arts CenterNew YorkUnited States Of America
9thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
10thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
12thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
13thSpectrum ArenaPhiladelphiaUnited States Of America
16thNassau Veterans' Mem. ColiseumUniondaleUnited States Of America
18thMerriweather Post PavilionColumbiaUnited States Of America
19thMerriweather Post PavilionColumbiaUnited States Of America
21stFoxboro StadiumFoxboroUnited States Of America
23rdCivic CenterHartfordUnited States Of America
25thNiagara Falls Convention CenterNiagara Falls, NYUnited States Of America
29thGiants StadiumEast Rutherford, NJUnited States Of America

AUGUST
4thMilton Keynes BowlMilton KeynesEngland
5thMilton Keynes BowlMilton KeynesEngland
7thMaine Road StadiumManchesterEngland
9thThe Point DepotDublinIreland
10thThe Point DepotDublinIreland
13thLes ArenesFrejusFrance
16thFlanders ExpoGentBelgium
18thStadspark 'De Goffert'NijmegenHolland
19thMECC StadiumMaastrichtHolland
22ndJordal StadionOsloNorway
24thOlympic StadionStockholmSweden
25thKBH IndraetsparkCopenhagenDenmark
26thKBH IndraetsparkCopenhagenDenmark
29thLinz - StadionLinzAustria
31stWeißensee SportplätzeEast BerlinGermany

SEPTEMBER
1stVeechtewieseSchuttorfWest Germany - Festival
2ndBaden-WuerttembergUlmWest Germany - Festival
4thMTK StadionBudapestHungary
5thStadion DinamoZagrebYugoslavia
6thFesta Nationale di ModenaModenaItaly - Festival
11thHipodromo las Mestas de GijonGijonSpain
12thRockodromo de la Casa de CampoMadridSpain
14thAlvalade Stadium (Sons de Mar)LisbonPortugal
16thEstadi Olímpic de MontjuïcBarcelonaSpain
20thRio Palace HotelRio de JaneiroBrazil - Press Conference
20thSambodromo de RioRio de JaneiroBrazil
22ndEstadio de PalmeirasSão PauloBrazil
23rdEstadio de PalmeirasSão PauloBrazil
25thOlympiaSão PauloBrazil
27thRock In Chile FestivalSantiagoChile
29thRiver Plate StadiumBuenos AiresArgentina


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 World Tour | 1977 The Idiot Tour
1978 World Tour | 1983 The 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


1989 Tin Machine Tour Top 1991-1992 Tin Machine It's My Life Tour
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