Win 2 tickets to join the Bowie Tour London

Date published: 31 May 18

Bowie Tour LondonThis month a lucky Silver Traveller can win 2 tickets to join this informative, fun tour. London’s Original David Bowie Musical Walking Tour was launched on 8th January 2017 in the singer’s hometown of Brixton on Bowie’s 70th birthday.

Competition

If you’d like to win 2 tickets to join this tour, please tell us your memories of David Bowie’s music from a holiday or special moment in the comments box below, scroll down. We are so looking forward to reading them! 

The competition closes on 30 June 2018 and the winner will be announced in early July 2018.

The Tour

Bowie Tour LondonThe tour will take you on an all-encompassing journey from birth to death of one of London’s biggest icons and features tour guide, Nick Stephenson performing classic David Bowie songs acoustically en route including Starman, Life on Mars? Ashes to Ashes, The man who sold the world and many more!  It also features rarely celebrated landmarks, fascinating stories and anecdotes from his life.

The tour commences outside Brixton Tube Station at 2pm. Tour goers are advised to arrive 10 minutes early. The station has disabled access. The tour covers an exact walking distance of 1.3 miles and takes 2 hours 30 minutes (with stops at regular intervals for each landmark) to complete. There will be a 20-minute break at Pop Brixton for drinks and food, loos too, around 1 hour 15 minutes into the tour. 

Tours run regularly on Fridays (until the end of July) and Sundays (until the end of December) between 2pm and 4.30pm. Tickets are £15 per person. Book David Bowie Tour tickets.  

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Other Members' Thoughts - 6 Comment(s)

  • buntybaby
    about 2 months ago
    Dancing in the street with Mick Jagger. I picked up friends from the airport after their holiday and the first thing their 9 year old son asked 'is David Bowie number one yet' I remember thinking Bowie's music had influenced another generation. Footnote the 9 year old went on to be a massive Bowie fan.
  • discerning-traveller
    2 months ago
    Would have helped if I'd spelt the film correctly! Labyrinth !
  • discerning-traveller
    2 months ago
    My daughter has to be one of his biggest fans and was heartbroken when he died. My favourite memory is of the film 'Laberynth' which she watched as a comfort blanket in good times and bad, She even had it playing on the wall on the dance floor of her wedding reception. I would just love to win this prize and take her on the tour.
  • Windyblow
    2 months ago
    Ground control to major Tom is my favourite . I have great memories listening to this while roller skating on an outdoor rink at the end of a local pier where I lived st the time. Great fun and freedom listening to great music what more would you want?
  • Rowsie
    2 months ago
    In my youth I used to go to the Ram Jam club in Brixton and this was around the time that David Bowie was beginning to be popular. He was so different to the other stars of the time and when his music came on people in the clubs used to cheer. I have spent many a night dancing away to The Space Odyssey album.
  • Geoff
    2 months ago
    Pick me please! Love David Bowie. And Dancing in the Street with Mick Jagger is my favourite ever.