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Celebrating David Bowie tribute tour adds new dates

todayAugust 1, 2022

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Fourteen new dates have just been added to the 2022 edition of the star-studded Celebrating David Bowie tribute tour, which is scheduled to kick off October 6 in San Diego and run through a November 13 performance in Phoenix.

The newly added shows, which expands the previously announced North American trek from 15 to 29 dates, include an October 14 concert in Chicago, an October 24-25 stand in New York City and a second performance in Annapolis, Maryland, on November 1.

As previously reported, the lineup for the 2022 Celebrating David Bowie trek includes Todd Rundgren, ex-King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew, Spacehog‘s Royston Langdon, Fishbone frontman Angelo Moore and singer/songwriter Jeffrey Gaines. The tour was created by veteran guitarist and record producer Angelo Bundini, a.k.a. Scrote, who also will perform on the trek.

The Annapolis shows, scheduled for October 31 and November 1, will feature ’80s synth-pop star Thomas Dolby as a special guest.

Tickets for the new concerts will go on sale this Friday, August 5. Visit for more details.

The trek will partner with Rundgren’s Spirit of Harmony Foundation to promote making music education more available for children. Volunteers will be on hand at all of the concerts to help share information about the organization and explain how people can get involved in promoting music education in their local communities.

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