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2000

Line-Up:

  • David Bowie (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica)
  • Mark Plati (guitar, bass guitar)
  • Gail Ann Dorsey (bass guitar)
  • Earl Slick (lead guitar)
  • Mike Garson (keyboards)
  • Sterling Campbell (drums)
  • Holly Palmer
  • Emm Gryner (backing vocals and percussion)

June 16-17 & 19, 2000 Roseland Ballroom, New York City, NY (17th was cancelled. 19th was a BowieNet members only show and featured guests Dennis Davis joining the backing on percussion for two songs and Thomas Dolby (keyboard and vocals) for one)

June 25, 2000 Worthy Farm, Pilton, ENG (Glastonbury Festival)

June 27, 2000 BBC Radio Theatre, London, ENG

July 24, 2000 Studio 54 Club, New York City, NY (Yahoo! Internet Music Awards. David received the '2000 Online Pioneer Honoree' and BowieNet won 'Best Artist Site'. David Bowie (vocals) and Mike Garson (keyboards) performed two songs, "Wild Is The Wind" & "Life On Mars?")

2001

February 26, 2001 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (Tibet House US Benefit Concert. David Bowie (vocals), Philip Glass (keyboards), Tony Visconti (bass), Moby (guitar), Sterling Campbell (drums) and a four piece string section performed two songs, "Heroes" & "Silly Boy Blue". David and the band also joined in with Patti Smith on the final encore of "People Got The Power")

October 20, 2001 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Concert for New York City. David Bowie (vocals, keyboards), Gail Ann Dorsey (bass guitar), Mark Plati (guitar) performed two songs, Paul Simon's "America" & "Heroes")

2002

February 21, 2002 SIR Studios, New York City, NY (Tibet House US Benefit Concert rehearsals)

February 22, 2002 Carnegie Hall Issac Stern Auditorium, New York City, NY (Tibet House US Benefit Concert performing "I Would Be Your Slave" & "Space Oddity")

May 10, 2002 Battery Park City, New York City, NY (MTV Tribeca Film Festival. BowieNet members obtained free tickets via a random draw on BowieNet. Other artists include Sheryl Crow, Counting Crows, Wyclef Jean, Robin Williams and Jimmy Fallon)

May 30, 2002 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City, NY (The Robin Hood Foundation Auction. David sang a solo performance of "America" to a backing track before the auction started. The evening was opened by Billy Crystal, with Diane Sawyer acting as MC. The celebrity auctioneer was Mike Myers)

June 10, 2002 Ed Sullivan Theatre, New York City, NY (US TV "The Late Show With David Letterman")

June 11, 2002 Roseland Ballroom, New York City, NY (BowieNet Members Only)

June 14, 2002 NBC Today Show studios at Rockefeller Studios, New York City, NY (Free televised concert broadcast live from 8:30 am to 9:00 am)

June 15, 2002 Sony Studios, New York City, NY (Live By Request broadcast on A&E Channel)

June 18, 2002 NBC studios at Rockefeller Studios, New York City, NY (Late Night with Conan O'Brien)

June 27, 2002 London, ENG (UK TV "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" interviewed & performing "Fashion", "Slip Away", "Everyone Says ‘Hi’" & "Ziggy Stardust". Broadcast Juky 5th)

June 29, 2002 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (Meltdown Festival 'The New Heathens' Night'. Supported by The Dandy Warhols, DJ set from Jonathan Ross)

July 1, 2002 Olympia, Paris, FRA

July 3, 2002 Odderøya, Kristiansand, NOR (Quart Festival. Supported by White Stripes)

July 5, 2002 FriluftsScenen Lunden, Sundvej, DEN (Supported by White Stripes)

July 7, 2002 Wellington Race Track, Koningin Astridlaan, BEL (Seat Beach Rock Festival (Support: Jamiroquai, No Doubt, Primal Scream, Flip Kowlier, Gomez, Doves, Liquido, Belgian People's Choice)

July 10, 2002 Lancashire County Cricket Club Ground, Old Trafford, Manchester, ENG (Move Festival. Support: Suede, Divine Comedy, Electric Soft Parade, The Real People, comperes Mark and Lard)

July 12, 2002 E-Werk Festival, Cologne, GER

July 14, 2002 Les Arenes de Nimes, Nimes, FRA (Support: Patti Smith and her band, Hawksley Workmanrs)

July 15, 2002 Lucca, Tuscany, ITY (Summer Festival. Supported by Travis)

July 18, 2002 Auditorium Stravinski, Montreux, SUI (36th Montreux Jazz Festival)

July 28, 2002 Nissan Pavilion, Bristow, VA (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto & John Tab in the dance tent)

July 30, 2002 Tweeter Center (at The Water Front), Philadelphia, PA (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, Dieselboy & DJ Dozia in the dance tent)

July 31, 2002 PNC Bank Center, Holmdel, NJ (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, Dieselboy & Liquid Todd in the dance tent)

August 1, 2002 NBC Studios at Rockefeller Studios, New York City, NY (US TV "Last Call With Carson Daly". interviewed and performing "Everyone Says Hi" & "Cactus", broadcast August 7th)

August 2, 2002 Jones Beach, Wantagh, NY (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, Dieselboy & Theo in the dance tent)

August 3, 2002 Tweeter Center, Boston, MA (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, Dieselboy & Mike Reyes in the dance tent)

August 5, 2002 Molson Ampitheater, Toronto, ON (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, Dieselboy & Michael Drury in the dance tent)

August 6, 2002 DTE Energy Music Center, Detroit, MI (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With Carl Cox, John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, The Avalanches & Dieselboy in the dance tent)

August 8, 2002 Tweeter Center, Chicago, IL (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Dan, John Curley and Chris Walsh, The Avalanches & Dieselboy in the dance tent)

August 10, 2002 Pepsi Arena, Denver, CO (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, DJ Dan, The Avalanches & Dieselboy in the dance tent)

August 13, 2002 Verizon Ampitheater, Los Angeles, CA (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, DJ Dan, The Avalanches & Dieselboy in the dance tent)

August 14, 2002 Shoreline Ampitheater at Mountain View, San Francisco, CA (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, DJ Dan, The Avalanches & Dieselboy in the dance tent)

August 16, 2002 Gorge Amphitheatre, George, WA (co-headlining with Moby supported by Busta Rhymes, Blue Man Group & Ash. With John Digweed, DJ Tim Skinner, DJ Tiësto, DJ Dan, The Avalanches & Dieselboy in the dance tent)

September 9, 2002 HMV Record Store, Oxford Street, London, ENG (In-store record signing for an hour between 11am & midday. 150 Free tickets were available via www.davidbowie.com, Metro newspaper and XFM Radio)

September 10, 2002 Virgin Megastore Champs Elysées, Paris, FRA (Free - In-store record signing at 6.00pm)

September 13, 2002 Bengans CD-Shop, Gothenburg, SWE

September 18, 2002 Maida Vale Studios, London, ENG (Free Radio Two Live Session for 100 people. Broadcast on Radio Two on October 5th. Tickets were available via the Jonathan Ross Radio show, BBC website & BowieNet)

September 22, 2002 Max Schmeling Halle, Berlin, GER

September 24-25, 2002 Le Zénith, Paris, FRA

September 27, 2002 Museumsmeile, Bonn, GER

September 29, 2002 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

October 2, 2002 Carling Apollo Hammersmith, London, ENG

October 11, 2002 The Music Hall at Snug Harbor, New York City, NY

October 12, 2002 St. Anne's Warehouse, New York City, NY

October 16, 2002 Colden Center at Queens College, New York City, NY

October 17, 2002 Jimmy's Bronx Cafe, New York City, NY

October 20, 2002 Beacon Theater, New York City, NY

October 21, 2002 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

October 23, 2002 Orpheum Theater, Boston, MA

2003

August 19, 2003 Chance Theater, Poughkeepsie, NY (BowieNet members only warm up gig)

September 8, 2003 Riverside Studio, London, ENG (Broadcast in cinemas worldwide. Tickets by invitation via BowieNet for members only)

October 7, 2003 Forum, Copenhagen, DEN (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 8, 2003 Globe, Stockholm, SWE (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 10, 2003 Hartwall Arena, Helsinki, FIN (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 12, 2003 Spectrum, Oslo, NOR (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 15, 2003 Ahoy Arena, Rotterdam, NED (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 16, 2003 Color Line Arena, Hamburg, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 18, 2003 Festhalle-Messe, Frankfurt, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 20-21, 2003 Palais Omnisports Bercy, Paris, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 23, 2003 Palazzetto Dello Sport FilaForum, Milan, ITY (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 24, 2003 Hallenstadion, Zurich, SUI (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 26, 2003 Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 27, 2003 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 29, 2003 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

October 31, 2003 Koln Arena, Cologne, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 1, 2003 Preussag Arena, Hanover, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 3, 2003 Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, GER (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 5, 2003 Sportpaleis Antwerpen, Antwerp, BEL (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 7, 2003 Le Zenith, Lille, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 8, 2003 Le Galaxie, Amneville, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 10, 2003 Nikaia (Zenith), Nice, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 12, 2003 Le Zenith, Toulouse, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 14, 2003 Le Dome de Marseille, Marseille, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 15, 2003 La Halle Tony Garnier, Lyon, FRA (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 17, 2003 Manchester Evening News Arena, Manchester, ENG (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 19-20, 2003 NEC, Birmingham, ENG (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 22-23, 2003 Point, Dublin, IRE (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 25-26, 2003 Wembley Arena, London, ENG (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

November 28, 2003 SECC, Glasgow, SCOT (Supported by The Dandy Warhols)

December 6, 2003 The Borgata, Atlantic City, NJ (Postponed until May 29, 2004 due to illness. Supported by Macy Gray)

December 7, 2003 Patriot Center, George Mason University, Washington DC (Postponed until May 16, 2004 due to illness. Supported by Macy Gray)

December 9, 2003 FleetCenter, Boston, MA (Postponed until March 30, 2004 due to illness. Supported by Macy Gray)

December 10, 2003 Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, PA (Postponed until March 29, 2004 due to illness. Supported by Macy Gray)

December 12, 2003 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON (Postponed until April 1, 2004 due to illness. Supported by Macy Gray)

December 13, 2003 Bell Centre, Montreal, QC (Supported by Macy Gray)

December 15, 2003 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Supported by Macy Gray)

December 16, 2003 Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT (Supported by Macy Gray)

December 20, 2003 Atlantis Paradise Island Hotel, Nassau, BAH (Promotional show for live broadcasting)

2004

January 7, 2004 CSU-Convocation Center, Cleveland, OH (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 9, 2004 Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, MI (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 11, 2004 Target Center, Minneapolis, MN (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 13-14 & 16, 2004 Rosemont Theatre, Rosemont, IL (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 19, 2004 Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, CO (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 21, 2004 Pengrowth Saddledome, Calgary, AB (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 24, 2004 General Motors Place Bowl, Vancouver, BC (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 25, 2004 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 27, 2004 HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 30, 2004 The Joint (Hardrock Hotel), Las Vegas, NV (Supported by Macy Gray)

January 31 & February 2, 2004 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by Macy Gray)

February 3, 2004 The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by Macy Gray)

February 5, 2004 Dodge Theatre, Phoenix, AZ (Supported by Macy Gray)

February 6, 2004 The Joint @ The Hardrock Hotel, Las Vegas, NV (Supported by Macy Gray)

February 7, 2004 The Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by Macy Gray)

February 14, 2004 Westpac Stadium, Wellington, NZ (Supported by Brooke Fraser)

February 17, 2004 Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS (Supported by Something For Kate)

February 20-21, 2004 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS (Supported by Something For Kate)

February 23, 2004 Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, AUS (Supported by Something For Kate)

February 25-27, 2004 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, AUS (Supported by Something For Kate)

March 1, 2004 Supreme Court Gardens, Perth, AUS (Supported by Something For Kate)

March 4, 2004 Indoor Stadium, Singapore, SIN

March 8-9, 2004 Nippon Budokan Hal,,Tokyo, JPN (Supported by Groove Syndicate)

March 11, 2004 Castle Hall, Osaka, JPN (Supported by Kiyoharu)

March 14, 2004 Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wanchai, HK

March 29, 2004 Wachovia Center, Philadelphia, PA (Rescheduled from December 19, 2003, supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

March 30, 2004 FleetCenter, Boston, MA (Rescheduled from December 9, 2003,supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 1, 2004 Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON (Rescheduled from December 12, 2003, supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 2, 2004 Corel Center WordPerfect Theatre, Kanata, ON (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 4, 2004 Colisée Pepsi, Quebec City, QC (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 7, 2004 Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, MB (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 9, 2004 Rexall Centre, Edmonton, AB (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 11, 2004 Prospera Place, Kelowna, BC (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 13, 2004 Rose Garden, Portland, OR (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 14, 2004 KeyArena, Seattle, WA  (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 16-17, 2004 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 19, 2004 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 22, 2004 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 23, 2004 Theatre at The Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 25, 2004 Budweiser Events Center, Denver, CO (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 27, 2004 Backyard, Austin, TX (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 29, 2004 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston, TX (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

April 30, 2004 Saenger Theatre, New Orleans, LA (Supported by the Polyphonic Spree)

May 3, 2004 Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, NY (Invitation Only, "2nd Annual Audi and Condé Nast 'Never Follow' Awards Show", invitation only event, which honoured David along with actor William H. Macy, author Azar Nafisi and athlete Freddy Adu)

May 5, 2004 Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center Carol Morsani Hall, Tampa, FL (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 6, 2004 James L Knight Center, Miami, FL (cancelled due to fatality, Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 8, 2004 Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 10, 2004 Starlight Theatre, Kansas City, MO (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 11, 2004 Fox Theatre, St. Louis, MO (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 13, 2004 Hersheypark Star Pavilion, Hershey, PA (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 14, 2004 John Labatt Centre, London, ON (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 16, 2004 George Mason University Patriot Center, Fairfax, VA (Rescheduled from December 7, 2003, Supported by Stereophonics

May 17, 2004 Benedum Center, Pittsburgh, PA (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 19, 2004 Milwaukee Theatre, Milwaukee, WI (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 20, 2004 Murat Theatre, Indianapolis, IN (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 22, 2004 Mark of the Quad Cities, Moline, IL (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 24, 2004 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 25, 2004 Shea's Performing Arts Center, Buffalo, NY (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 27, 2004 Ford Pavilion at Montage Mountain, Scranton, PA (Supported by the Stereophonics)

May 29-30, 2004 Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Atlantic City, NJ (The 29th was rescheduled from December 6, 2003, Supported by The Polyphonic Spree)

June 1, 2004 Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, NH (Supported by The Polyphonic Spree)

June 2, 2004 Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT (Supported by The Polyphonic Spree)

June 4, 2004 Tommy Hilfiger at Jones Beach Theatre, Wantagh, NY (Supported by The Polyphonic Spree)

June 5, 2004 PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ (Supported by The Polyphonic Spree)

June 11, 2004 ArenA, Amsterdam, NED (Arrow Rock Festival, supported by Leah Wood Group & Anouk)

June 13, 2004 Seapark Close, Newport, ENG (The Nokia Isle of Wight Festival 2004, Supported by The Charlatans, Suzanne Vega, Snow Patrol & The Delays. The France v England Euro football match was also shown)

June 17, 2004 Bergen, NOR (Bergen Festival)

June 18, 2004 Oslo, NOR (Norwegian Wood Festival)

June 20, 2004 Seinäjoki, Törnävä, FIN (Provinssirock Festival, with Testament, Groove Armada, Swallow The Sun, Neljä Ruusua, Jukka Poika and Jenkkarekka, The Mutants, Tiktak, Manboy & Pauli Hanhiniemen Perunateatteri)

June 23, 2004 T-Mobile Arena, Prague, CZR (Venue changed from T-Mobile Park, Supported by Tata Bojs)

June 25, 2004 Scheeßel, GER (Hurricane Festival 2004, supported by Echo and the Bunnymen, Life of Agony, Pixies & Placebo)

June 26, 2004 Neuhausen ob Eck near Tuttlingen, GER (Southside Festival 2004, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

June 29, 2004 Schloss Schönbrunn, Vienna, AUT (cancelled due to health problem)

June 30, 2004 Salzburg Arena, Salzburg, AUT (cancelled due to health problem, Venue changed from Residenzplatz)

July 2, 2004 Roskilde, DEN (Roskilde Festival, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 4, 2004 Werchter, BEL (Rock Werchter, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 6, 2004 Ile De Gaou, FRA (Six-Fours Festival, cancelled appearance due to health problem, supported byRaphaël)

July 7, 2004 Stade Albert Domec, Carcassonne, FRA (Festival de Carcassonne, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 10, 2004 Balado, Kinross, SCOT (T In The Park Festival, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 11, 2004 Punchestown Racecourse, Naas, IRE (Oxegen Festival, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 14, 2004 Plaza de Toros Bilbao, Bilbao, SPA (cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 16, 2004 Santiago de Compostela, SPA (Xacobeo Festival 2004, cancelled appearance due to health problem, with Muse & The Cure)

July 17, 2004 Dragon Stadium, Oporto, POR (The Dragon Festival, cancelled appearance due to health problem, with The Charlatans, Starsailor, Ute Lemper & The Leah Wood Group)

July 20, 2004 Nyon, SUI (29th Paléo Festival, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

July 21, 2004 Club du Sporting, Monte Carlo, MON (cancelled due to health problem)

July 23, 2004 Carhaix, Brittany, FRA (Festival Des Vieilles Charrues, cancelled appearance due to health problem)

2005

September 8, 2005 Radio City Music Hall, New York City, NY (Fashion Rocks Awards 2005, performing "Life On Mars"' with Mike Garson on keyboards. Later Arcade Fire backed David on "Five Years" which then segued into "Wake Up")

September 15, 2005 Central Park, New York City, NY (CMJ 2005 SummerStage. David joined Arcade Fire to perform "Queen Bitch" & Wake Up" for the encore)

2006

May 29, 2006 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (Joins David Gilmour for his encore performing "Arnold Layne" & "Comfortably Numb")

November 9, 2006 Hammerstein Ballroom, New York City, NY (3rd Annual KCA Black Ball, performing "Wild Is The Wind" (with Mike Garson on piano), "Fantastic Voyage" (backed by Alicia Keys' band) & "Changes" as a duet with Alicia Keys)

2007

May 19, 2007 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (H&M High Line Festival 2007. David performs an impromptu section of "Pug Nosed Face", before introducing comedian Ricky Gervais for his American Stand Up Debut)

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