Bowie Experience

17th December 2017 | Usher Hall, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

About the Bowie Experience, Edinburgh

When David Bowie passed away at the start of 2016, he left behind an ever-lasting legacy. More than just a singer and musician, David Bowie was a hugely influential figure whose career lasted over 5 decades. The Bowie Experience follows the artist’s life and times from his late 1960’s Ziggy Stardust persona through to the start of his mid ‘80s career. Taking on the role of the thin white duke is Laurence Knight, a performer who has performed as David Bowie all around the world. Expect to hear early songs such as “Starman” and “Life on Mars” along with “Let’s Dance” and “Heroes”.

Helpful information about the Bowie Experience, Edinburgh

Tickets for the Bowie Experience are priced at £27.50 for the stalls and grand circle and upper circle tickets are £27.50, £25 or £22.50. Tickets for under 14’s are £22.50. Doors open at 6.30pm, performance starts at 7.30pm and is due to end around 9.50pm. Getting to Edinburgh by train both Waverly and Haymarket are a 15-minute walk away, or the venue is in the city centre and on public bus routes. Arriving by air, Edinburgh International Airport is 8 miles out of the city centre. If you are coming by coach use the drop off points.

Making the most of the Bowie Experience, Edinburgh

Following the death of David Bowie at the start of 2016 tribute nights are the closest way to see Bowie on stage and likely to sell out. Buy your ticket online where you can choose your own seat, review the seating plan and check the layout of the venue. The stalls will put you closest to the atmosphere, while the Grand Circle and Upper Circle will give you a great view. There will be a lot of tracks taken form the albums “Space Oddity” and “Heroes” so give them a listen in preparation.

Where to stay in Edinburgh for the Bowie Experience

If you are planning to visit Edinburgh, choose from a selection of houses, apartments, Bed & Breakfast, spare rooms and other private rentals in the city centre. Wherever you decide the venue is in a central location. Check our accommodation in Edinburgh.

Things to do in Edinburgh near Usher Hall

Edinburgh Castle is the most popular tourist attraction in the city.  Take in the views from Arthurs Seat or relax in the Royal Botanic Garden. Visit Leith and climb aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia or spend the day shopping along Princes Street.

More information about Usher Hall

For more detail on Usher Hall, including a guide to what’s on, planning your visit with opening hours, maps and FAQ, hiring the venue or more about Usher Hall check out their official website.

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