Teenage Wildlife

Western Springs Stadium

Auckland, New Zealand
November 28 1987

Tour: Glass Spider Tour
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Recent Comments: My mate swears he saw Bowie throw-up at the side of the stage after a particularly gruelling dance routine. Still, I wouldn’t be surprised if he was actually crook - and that was why he cancelled the after-party. We waited around after the gig and were delighted when stage-hands flew us assorted paraphernalia from the concert. As this was the final show in the entire tour – the spider was actually incinerated in Auckland to save on shipping costs. "We just put it in a field and set fire to it" David was reported as saying. I was thrown a pair of smallish grey pants – which I assumed had been props for the tour. Were they actually Bowie’s pants? After all - he’s a small guy? Well, I kept those pants for years – just in case they were in fact his. In the end, without any verification, I starting doubting their authenticity and decided to throw them out. Obviously, there was no ebay in those days…
Sam (sam.coley@uce.ac.uk)
Birmingham, England - Sunday, September 16, 2007 at 03:58:39 (EDT)
I was 15 and had a ball. We had a drinking session up the top of Mt Eden before. Our group won 80 bucks and free tshirts for holding up an 89FM banner that we had spray painted on an old sheet (no shame commercialism). After the concert we drove around Auckland listening to the radio which played only Bowie songs for 2 hours. I fell for the girl in the audience joke that Bowie did with Melissa Hurley? for about 5 minutes. I still have the concert poster and ticket stub and programme.
Miriam (miriam@ihug.co.nz)
- Friday, July 25, 2003 at 04:17:52 (EDT)
Chamber Music as a support with a quartet playing to the side of the stage. Nothing really memorable apart from frampton doing the opening break to "Do you feel like we do" and the stadium going banana's, God I wished he'd played on, but Bowie wasn't happy with the show as he cancelled the after show party. White Light White Heat rocked though.
rable rouser (nzmarkgillies_1@hotmail.com)
Auckland, AK New Zealand I think - Sunday, June 22, 2003 at 04:58:57 (EDT)

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