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The Sydney Opera House Is Holding an Epic David Bowie Tribute

Pay tribute to Ziggy with a special event at a very special venue.
By Jasmine Crittenden
March 02, 2016
By Jasmine Crittenden
March 02, 2016

When David Bowie passed away on January 10 this year, it felt like the entire world fell into collective mourning. Two months on, and we're still feeling the loss. And the best way to deal with that, of course, is to listen to his music.

To that end, the Sydney Opera House has organised a mega David Bowie tribute concert. Happening over two nights, on May 19 and 21, the show will feature a slew of big Australian names, including iOTA, Tim Rogers, Steve Kilbey, Deborah Conway, Adalita and Jack Ladder. They'll perform all the bona-fide Bowie classics alongside the Sydney Symphony Orchestra; expect to see 'Changes', 'China Girl', 'Life on Mars', 'Under Pressure', 'Let’s Dance' and 'Starman' on the setlist, alongside numerous other tunes.

You'd best be quick, as we're pretty sure tickets will be snapped up in no time. They range from $69-129, depending on where you're sitting in the Concert Hall, and groups of ten or more score tidy discounts. Sales start at 9am this Saturday, March 5 — set an alarm.

David Bowie: Nothing has Changed will take place at the Sydney Opera House on Thursday, May 19 and Saturday, May 21 from 8pm. For more info and to book tickets, go here.

Published on March 02, 2016 by Jasmine Crittenden


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