Stardust: The Music of David Bowie
17 September 2020
NEW DATE ANNOUNCED.
Ticket holders have been contacted regarding a change of date for STARDUST: the Music of David Bowie. This concert will now take place on Thursday 17th September at the Astor Theatre, postponed due to the Government’s regulation on large social gatherings.
Thank you for your understanding.
Find Fashion, find Fame, be a Rebel (Rebel), and we’ll all be Heroes… just for one day.
STARDUST: The Music of David Bowie offers the sort of innovation the Thin White Duke himself would be proud of. Having already garnered acclaim and standing ovations from delighted audiences in its rare appearances, it won’t surprise anyone to hear just how amazing Bowie’s songs sound with a majestic, ethereal orchestra behind them.
After all, Bowie always aimed for widescreen and celestial, and this production delivers just that. Sound, and Vision.
DATE: Thursday 17th September 2020
WHEN: Doors from 7.15pm, Concert from 8pm
WHERE: Astor Theatre, Mt Lawley
TICKETS: $69: B res | $89: A res | $120: Ziggy*
*best tickets in the house, limited availability!
Just think of the unforgettable songs fans will choose between, including Heroes, Changes, Ziggy Stardust, Space Oddity, Rebel Rebel, Young Americans, The Jean Genie, Suffragette City, Life on Mars? and Ashes to Ashes, all the way to Queen collaboration Under Pressure.
What’s your stardust?
It’s time to put on your red shoes and dance as we present the music of David Bowie. And you can choose the songs too!
In honour of the 30th anniversary of Bowie’s 1990 Sound+Vision tour, in which audiences around the world voted for songs by calling a hotline, Perth Symphony is opening up song selection to the public. Innovative, as wildly acclaimed as he was popular, and quite simply one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, witness the moods, colour and androgyny that continues to impact popular culture even now.
Voting takes place between Feb 14 – Mar 28, and just as the proceeds from Bowie’s Sound+Vision requests went to charity, fans will be able to donate at the time of ticket purchase and voting, with part proceeds going to the Royal Flying Doctors Service WA.