Thanks to Russ Dean, Paul Kinder and The Voyeur for providing all the dates and setlists.
Billed as "The Outside Tour 95: David Bowie, with very special guest Nine Inch Nails". The opening band in the USA was Prick, while Morrissey opened for the first portion of the UK tour.
September 1995 September 14 Meadows Music Theatre Hartford, CT USA September 16 Great Woods Arts Center Mansfield, MA USA September 17 Hershey Park Stadium Hershey, PA USA September 20 Skydome Toronto Ontario September 22 Blockbuster Center Camden, NJ USA September 23 Starlake Amphitheatre Burgettstown, PA USA September 27 Meadowlands Arena East Rutherford, NJ USA September 28 Meadowlands Arena East Rutherford, NJ USA September 30 Blossom Music Center Cuyahoga Falls, OH USA October 1995 October 01 New World Music Theatre Tinley Park, IL USA October 03 Palace Auburn Hills, MI USA October 04 Polaris Amphitheatre Columbus, OH USA October 06 Nissan Stone Ridge Pavillion Manassas, VA USA October 07 Walnut Creek Amphitheatre Raleigh, NC USA October 09 Lakewood Amphitheatre Atlanta, GA USA October 11 Riverport Amphitheatre Maryland Heights, MO USA October 13 Starplex Amphitheatre Dallas, TX USA October 14 South Park Meadows Austin, TX USA October 16 McNichols Arena Denver, CO USA October 18 Desert Sky Pavillion Phoenix, AZ USA October 19 Thomas and Mack Center Las Vegas, NV USA October 21 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA USA October 24 Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA USA October 25 The Rose Garden Portland, OR USA October 28 The Great Western Forum Inglewood, CA USA October 29 The Great Western Forum Inglewood, CA USA October 31 The Palladium Hollywood, CA USA
The UK/European tour kicked off in London after the end of the US tour with Morrissey co-headlining on the UK leg up until the Aberdeen show, whereupon he "fell sick" , and other local support acts took over.
November 1995 November 14 Wembley Arena London England November 15 Wembley Arena London England November 17 Wembley Arena London England November 18 Wembley Arena London England November 20 NEC Arena Birmingham England November 21 NEC Arena Birmingham England November 24 Point Depot Dublin Ireland November 26 Westpoint Exeter England November 27 International Arena Cardiff Wales November 29 Exhibition Centre Aberdeen Scotland November 30 Scottish Exhibition Centre Glasgow Scotland December 1995 December 03 Sheffield Arena Sheffield England December 05 Kings Hall Belfast Northern Ireland December 07 Newcastle Arena Newcastle England December 08 NYNEX Arena Manchester England December 13 NEC Arena Birmingham England January 1996 January 17 Icehall Helsinki Finland January 19 Globe Arena Stockholm Sweden January 20 Scandinavium Gothenburg Sweden January 22 Spektrum Oslo Norway January 24 Valbyhallen Copenhagen Denmark January 25 Sporthalle Hamburg Germany January 27 Vorst Nationaal Brussels Belgium January 28 Prins Van Oranjehall Utrecht Holland January 30 Westfalenhalle Dortmund Germany January 31 Festhalle Frankfurt Germany February 1996 February 01 Deutschlandhalle Berlin Germany February 03 Sportovni Halan Praag Czech Republic February 04 Stadthalle Vienna Austria February 06 Sporthal Ljublijana Slovenia February 08 Palatrussardi Milan Italy February 09 Palasport Bologna Italy February 11 Halle Tony Garnier Lyon France February 13 Arena Geneva Switzerland February 14 Hallenstadion Zurich Switzerland February 16 Le Galaxy Metz France February 17 Le Zenith Lille France February 18 Salle Expos-Aeroport Rennes France February 20 Palais Omnisports Paris France
In the summer, Bowie went first to Japan, and then to European summer festivals.
June 1996 June 04 Budokan Hall Tokyo Japan June 05 Budokan Hall Tokyo Japan June 07 Century Hall Nagoya Japan June 08 Koseinenkin Hall Hiroshima Japan June 10 Castle Hall Osaka Japan June 11 Kyusyu Koseinenkin Hall Kokura Japan June 13 Sun Palace Fukuoka Japan June 18 Kremlin Palace Concert Hall Moscow Russia June 20 Laugardalsholl Reykjavik Iceland June 22 Loreley Festival St. Goarshousen Germany June 23 Super Rock Festival Lisbon Portugal June 25 Zenith Toulon France June 28 Outside Festival Halle Germany June 30 Roskilde Festival Roskilde Denmark July 1996 July 01 P.A.O. Stadium Athens Greece July 03 Hayarkron Park Tel Aviv Israel July 05 Tourhot Festival Turnhout Belgium July 06 Werchter Festival Werchter Belgium July 07 Eurokennes Festival Belfort France July 09 Curva Stadium Olimpico Rome Italy July 10 Monte Carlo Festival Monte Carlo Monaco July 12 Escalarre Festival Escalarre Spain July 14 St. Polten Festival St. Polten Austria July 16 Sports Palais Ahoy Rotterdam Holland July 18 Phoenix Festival Stratford-On-Avon England July 20 Ballingen Festival Balingen Germany July 21 Bellinzona Open Air Festival Bellinzona Switzerland
Check the Set Lists
From the pen of Philip Obbard comes this report of the set list at Hartford, Connecticut on the opening show of the tour:
On some of the other gigs the songs have been mixed and matched a bit, for example dropping My Death, Teenage Wildlife, and adding Under Pressure (at Cleveland) and Look Back In Anger, What In The World (at Chicago). At a couple of the last shows on the tour, Strangers When We Meet was also added (in preparation for its upcoming single release). Thanks to Darla Stumph for this information.
- Subterraneans (played by Nine Inch Nails while Bowie intoned lyrics from Scary Monsters over the top).
- Scary Monsters (duet with NIN)
- Reptile (duet with NIN)
- Hallo Spaceboy (duet with NIN)
- Hurt (duet with NIN)
NIN leaves the stage
- Voyeur of Utter Destruction (as Beauty)
- The Heart's Filthy Lesson
- Breaking Glass
- I'm Deranged
- A Small Plot Of Land
- Joe The Lion
- I Have Not Been To Oxford Town
- We Prick You
- Jump They Say
- Andy Warhol
- The Man Who Sold The World
- Teenage Wildlife
- My Death
- Nite Flights
Band members were
- David Bowie (vocals and sax)
- Reeves Gabrels (guitar)
- Carlos Alomar (guitar)
- Gail-Ann Dorsey (bass)
- Mike Garson (keyboards)
- Zachary Alford (drums)
- Peter Schwartz (keyboards)
- George Simms (backing vocals)
Around the time of the start of the Japanese tour, Alomar, Schwartz and Simms were dropped from the band lineup.