David Bowie performed at the Zénith Aréna in Lille, France, on 17 February 1996, as part of the Outside Tour.
It was the 64th date of the tour, which began on 14 September in Hartford, USA.
Bowie’s guitarists were Carlos Alomar and Reeves Gabrels. Mike Garson played piano and keyboards, Gail Ann Dorsey was on bass guitar, and Zack Alford was on drums. Peter Schwartz played synthesizer and was the musical director, and George Simms was on backing vocals and keyboards.
Bowie returned to the Zénith Aréna on 7 November 2003 during A Reality Tour.
- ‘Look Back In Anger’
- ‘The Hearts Filthy Lesson’
- ‘Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)’
- ‘I Have Not Been To Oxford Town’
- ‘Andy Warhol’
- ‘The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)’
- ‘The Man Who Sold The World’
- ‘Strangers When We Meet’
- ‘Diamond Dogs’
- ‘Hallo Spaceboy’
- ‘Breaking Glass’
- ‘We Prick You’
- ‘Nite Flights’
- ‘Boys Keep Swinging’
- ‘White Light/White Heat’
- ‘Under Pressure’
- ‘Moonage Daydream’
Also on this day...
- 2004: Live: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
- 1992: Live: Tin Machine, Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
- 1976: Live: McNicols Sports Arena, Denver
- 1975: US single release: Young Americans
- 1973: Live: Tower Theater, Upper Darby
- 1965: Live: Davie Jones and the Manish Boys, Medway County Youth Club, Chatham
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