Bowie Gets Planetarium Show

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David Bowie is being honored with a live planetarium-style show at the National Space Centre in Leicester, England. 

“Bowie: Oddity to Mars” is “an immersive celebration of Bowie’s music from 1969 to 1972.”

There will be four performances running from May 20-22 at the Sir Patrick Moore Planetarium at the National Space Centre.

The planetarium dome will give visitors a 360-degree screening of Nasa footage, including the Apollo 17 journey, accompanied by the music performed live by David Live, a five-piece British Bowie tribute group.

Would you be interested in a show like this in the US?  Have you ever been to an event like this?


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