Outside Summer Festivals Tour

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Outside Summer Festivals Tour
Tour by David Bowie
Start date 4 June 1996
End date 21 July 1996
Legs 3
No. of shows 27
David Bowie concert chronology

Following on from the earlier, David Bowie Outside Tour which ended on 20 February 1996, the Outside Summer Festivals Tour[1] opened at the Budokan Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 4 June 1996. With a slimmed-down tour band from the previous Outside Tour excursion, the concert tour embarked to Japan, Russia and Iceland, followed by a string of performances on the European Summer festivals circuit.

The Kremlin Palace Concert Hall performance on 18 June 1996 was recorded and a 50-minute broadcast was later shown on Russian Television. Other television coverage included the entire 22 June Loreley Festival performance on German TV (Rockpalast) and excerpts from the Phoenix Festival performance on 22 July broadcast on British TV with BBC Radio broadcasting a six-song selection from the performance. The Tel Aviv and Balingen dates were both broadcast on FM Radio in their respective countries.

Wardrobe for Bowie and his band on this tour was designed by celebrated British designer Alexander McQueen.[2]


This performance is from the Kremlin Palace Concert Hall, Moscow, Russia show at 18 June 1996.

  1. "The Motel"
  2. "Look Back in Anger"
  3. "Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)"
  4. "Diamond Dogs"
  5. "The Hearts Filthy Lesson"
  6. "Outside"
  7. "Aladdin Sane (1913–1938–197?)"
  8. "Andy Warhol"
  9. "The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (as Beauty)"
  10. "The Man Who Sold the World"
  11. "A Small Plot of Land"
  12. "Strangers When We Meet"
  13. "Telling Lies"
  14. "Hallo Spaceboy"
  15. "Breaking Glass"
  16. "We Prick You"
  17. "Jump They Say"
  18. "Lust for Life"
  19. "Under Pressure"
  20. ""Heroes""


  1. "White Light/White Heat"
  2. "Moonage Daydream"

"Encore 2":

  1. "My Death"
  2. "All the Young Dudes"

Tour band[edit]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
4 June 1996 Tokyo Japan Budokan Hall
5 June 1996
7 June 1996 Nagoya Century Hall
8 June 1996 Hiroshima Koseinenkin Hall
10 June 1996 Osaka Castle Hall
11 June 1996 Kokura Kyusyu Koseinenkin Hall
13 June 1996 Fukuoka Sun Palace
15 June 1996 St. Petersburg Russia (Cancelled) White Nights Festival
16 June 1996
18 June 1996 Moscow Kremlin Palace Concert Hall
20 June 1996 Reykjavík Iceland Laugardalshöll
22 June 1996 St. Goarshausen Germany Loreley Festival
23 June 1996 Lisbon Portugal Super Rock Festival
25 June 1996 Toulon France Le Zénith
28 June 1996 Halle Germany Outside Festival
30 June 1996 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival
1 July 1996 Athens Greece P.A.O. Stadium
3 July 1996 Tel Aviv Israel Park HaYarkon
5 July 1996 Torhout Belgium Torhout Festival
6 July 1996 Werchter Werchter Festival
7 July 1996 Belfort France Eurockéennes
9 July 1996 Rome Italy Stadio Olimpico
10 July 1996 Fontvieille Monaco Chapiteau Espace
12 July 1996 Escalarre Spain Escalarre Festival
14 July 1996 St. Polten Austria St. Polten Festival
16 July 1996 Rotterdam Netherlands Sportpaleis Ahoy
18 July 1996 Stratford upon Avon England Phoenix Festival
Long Marston Airfield
20 July 1996 Balingen Germany Ballingen Festival
21 July 1996 Bellinzona Switzerland Bellinzona Open Air Festival



  1. ^ Nicholas Pegg, The Complete David Bowie, Reynolds & Hearn Ltd, 2004, ISBN 1-903111-73-0
  2. ^ Bowie, David. "Fashion: Turn to the Left. Fashion: Turn to the Right. British Designer of the Year ALEXANDER McQUEEN in conversation with DAVID BOWIE." Dazed & Confused No. 26, November 1996.
  3. ^ Discogs - Zachary Alford - (profile & discography)


  • David Buckley, Strange Fascination: The Definitive Biography of David Bowie, Virgin Books, 1999, ISBN 1-85227-784-X