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The Outside Tour 1995-96

Thanks to Russ Dean, Paul Kinder and The Voyeur for providing all the dates and setlists.

North American Tour

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 14CheckSetlistMeadows Music TheatreHartford, CTUSA
September 16CheckSetlistGreat Woods Arts CenterMansfield, MAUSA
September 17CheckSetlistHershey Park StadiumHershey, PAUSA
September 20CheckSetlistReviewSkydomeTorontoOntario
September 22CheckSetlistBlockbuster CenterCamden, NJUSA
September 23CheckSetlistStarlake AmphitheatreBurgettstown, PAUSA
September 27CheckSetlistMeadowlands ArenaEast Rutherford, NJUSA
September 28CheckSetlistMeadowlands ArenaEast Rutherford, NJUSA
September 30CheckSetlistBlossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OHUSA
October 1995
October 01CheckSetlistNew World Music TheatreTinley Park, ILUSA
October 03CheckSetlistPalaceAuburn Hills, MIUSA
October 04CheckSetlistPolaris AmphitheatreColumbus, OHUSA
October 06CheckSetlistNissan Stone Ridge PavillionManassas, VAUSA
October 07CheckSetlistWalnut Creek AmphitheatreRaleigh, NCUSA
October 09CheckSetlistLakewood AmphitheatreAtlanta, GAUSA
October 11CheckSetlistRiverport AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, MOUSA
October 13CheckStarplex AmphitheatreDallas, TXUSA
October 14CheckSetlistSouth Park MeadowsAustin, TXUSA
October 16CheckMcNichols ArenaDenver, COUSA
October 18CheckSetlistDesert Sky PavillionPhoenix, AZUSA
October 19CheckSetlistThomas and Mack CenterLas Vegas, NVUSA
October 21CheckCameraSetlistShoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CAUSA
October 24CheckSetlistTacoma DomeTacoma, WAUSA
October 25CheckSetlistThe Rose GardenPortland, ORUSA
October 28CheckSetlistThe Great Western ForumInglewood, CAUSA
October 29CheckSetlistThe Great Western ForumInglewood, CAUSA
October 31CheckCameraSetlistThe PalladiumHollywood, CAUSA

European tour

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 14CheckCameraSetlistWembley ArenaLondonEngland
November 15CheckSetlistWembley ArenaLondonEngland
November 17CheckSetlistWembley ArenaLondonEngland
November 18CheckSetlistWembley ArenaLondonEngland
November 20CheckSetlistNEC ArenaBirminghamEngland
November 21CheckSetlistNEC ArenaBirminghamEngland
November 24CheckSetlistPoint DepotDublinIreland
November 26CheckSetlistWestpointExeterEngland
November 27CheckSetlistInternational ArenaCardiffWales
November 29CheckCameraSetlistExhibition CentreAberdeenScotland
November 30CheckSetlistScottish Exhibition CentreGlasgowScotland
December 1995
December 03CheckSetlistSheffield ArenaSheffieldEngland
December 05CheckSetlistKings HallBelfastNorthern Ireland
December 07CheckSetlistNewcastle ArenaNewcastleEngland
December 08CheckCameraSetlistNYNEX ArenaManchesterEngland
December 13CheckSetlistNEC ArenaBirminghamEngland
January 1996
January 17CheckIcehallHelsinkiFinland
January 19CheckSetlistGlobe ArenaStockholmSweden
January 20CheckSetlistScandinaviumGothenburgSweden
January 22CheckCameraSetlistSpektrumOsloNorway
January 24CheckSetlistValbyhallenCopenhagenDenmark
January 25CheckCameraSporthalleHamburgGermany
January 27CheckSetlistVorst NationaalBrusselsBelgium
January 28CheckCameraSetlistPrins Van OranjehallUtrechtHolland
January 30CheckSetlistWestfalenhalleDortmundGermany
January 31CheckFesthalleFrankfurtGermany
February 1996
February 01CheckCameraDeutschlandhalleBerlinGermany
February 03CheckSetlistSportovni HalanPraagCzech Republic
February 04CheckSetlistStadthalleViennaAustria
February 06CheckSporthalLjublijanaSlovenia
February 08CheckSetlistPalatrussardiMilanItaly
February 09CheckPalasportBolognaItaly
February 11CheckSetlistHalle Tony GarnierLyonFrance
February 13CheckSetlistArenaGenevaSwitzerland
February 14CheckSetlistHallenstadionZurichSwitzerland
February 16CheckLe GalaxyMetzFrance
February 17CheckLe ZenithLilleFrance
February 18CheckSalle Expos-AeroportRennesFrance
February 20CheckSetlistPalais OmnisportsParisFrance

Japanese and European summer leg

In the summer, Bowie went first to Japan, and then to European summer festivals.
June 1996
June 04CheckSetlistBudokan HallTokyoJapan
June 05CheckSetlistBudokan HallTokyoJapan
June 07CheckSetlistCentury HallNagoyaJapan
June 08CheckSetlistKoseinenkin HallHiroshimaJapan
June 10CheckSetlistCastle HallOsakaJapan
June 11CheckSetlistKyusyu Koseinenkin HallKokuraJapan
June 13CheckSetlistSun PalaceFukuokaJapan
June 18CheckCameraSetlistKremlin Palace Concert HallMoscowRussia
June 20CheckCameraSetlistLaugardalshollReykjavikIceland
June 22CheckCameraSetlistLoreley FestivalSt. GoarshousenGermany
June 23CheckSetlistSuper Rock FestivalLisbonPortugal
June 25CheckSetlistZenithToulonFrance
June 28CheckOutside FestivalHalleGermany
June 30CheckSetlistRoskilde FestivalRoskildeDenmark
July 1996
July 01CheckSetlistP.A.O. StadiumAthensGreece
July 03CheckCameraSetlistHayarkron ParkTel AvivIsrael
July 05CheckTourhot FestivalTurnhoutBelgium
July 06CheckWerchter FestivalWerchterBelgium
July 07CheckSetlistEurokennes FestivalBelfortFrance
July 09CheckSetlistCurva Stadium OlimpicoRomeItaly
July 10CheckSetlistMonte Carlo FestivalMonte CarloMonaco
July 12CheckEscalarre FestivalEscalarreSpain
July 14CheckSetlistSt. Polten FestivalSt. PoltenAustria
July 16CheckSetlistSports Palais AhoyRotterdamHolland
July 18CheckSetlistPhoenix FestivalStratford-On-AvonEngland
July 20CheckSetlistBallingen FestivalBalingenGermany
July 21CheckSetlistBellinzona Open Air FestivalBellinzonaSwitzerland


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:

  1. Subterraneans (played by Nine Inch Nails while Bowie intoned lyrics from Scary Monsters over the top).
  2. Scary Monsters (duet with NIN)
  3. Reptile (duet with NIN)
  4. Hallo Spaceboy (duet with NIN)
  5. Hurt (duet with NIN)

    NIN leaves the stage

  6. Voyeur of Utter Destruction (as Beauty)
  7. The Heart's Filthy Lesson
  8. Breaking Glass
  9. I'm Deranged
  10. A Small Plot Of Land
  11. Joe The Lion
  12. I Have Not Been To Oxford Town
  13. Outside
  14. We Prick You
  15. Jump They Say
  16. Andy Warhol
  17. The Man Who Sold The World
  18. Teenage Wildlife
  19. My Death
  20. Nite Flights
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.


Band members were

Around the time of the start of the Japanese tour, Alomar, Schwartz and Simms were dropped from the band lineup.

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