Listen to David Bowie play Belfast - do you remember 1995 King's Hall gig?
Were you at the King's Hall in 1995 when Bowie played Belfast?
We've unearthed pictures from the Belfast Telegraph archives and an audio recording of David Bowie's only Northern Ireland gig.
Posters advertised "The Outside Tour" for Thursday 23 November 1995 - but the show was actually postponed to 5 December.
Morrissey had been touring with Bowie as his warm up act - and to promote his Southpaw Grammar album.
But The Smiths frontman found himself playing to venues half-filled with Bowie fans waiting for their idol, so two weeks into the tour he pulled out.
Shows in Belfast, Sheffield and Manchester were cancelled and Bowie had to find a replacement, turning to The Gyres, Echobelly, Placebo and a variety of local bands.
The stage design was modest in comparison to Bowie's previous theatrical tours, with mere sheets draped about the stage.
Tickets were £25 and this was the setlist:
01. A Small Plot of Land
02. Look Back in Anger
03. The Heart's Filthy Lesson
04. Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)
05. The Voyeur of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)
06. I Have Not Been to Oxford Town
08. Andy Warhol
09. The Man Who Sold the World
10. The Motel
12. Strangers When We Meet
13. Hallo Spaceboy
14. Jump They Say
15. Breaking Glass
16. We Prick You
17. Nite Flights
18. My Death
19. Boys Keep Swinging
20. Teenage Wildlife
21. Under Pressure
22. Moonage Daydream
The US leg of the Starman's Outside Tour was co-headlined by Nine Inch Nails.
Belfast Telegraph Digital