2 Reasons Why You Should Go To “David Bowie is” Event
David Bowie was an English singer, songwriter, and actor. A music legend, Bowie rose to fame in the 1970s through his music and has become a popular culture icon over the past five decades. music is internationally recognised.. His career was marked by reinvention and visual presentation, and is considered by many artists and fans as a true role model for rock music and an irreplaceable contributor to contemporary music culture.
“David Bowie Is” is a worldwide exhibition dedicated to the late rock music legend. When people in Tokyo had enough of Sensoji Temple or the Meiji Shrine, they can go to this contemporary music exhibition to immerse themselves in the colourful, ever-changing musical world of David Bowie.
1. Over 300 objects, including handwritten lyrics, original costumes, photography, album artwork, and undisclosed performance artworks from Bowie’s five-decade music career are being exhibited in Tokyo for public viewing.
2. “David Bowie is” is a worldwide exhibition and has been seen by 1.5 million music fans from London, Chicago, Sao Paulo, Berlin, Melbourne and more. Tokyo is the only venue in Asia selected to display the exhibition and this is a rare opportunity for people in Tokyo to check out this exclusive music exhibition.
“David Bowie Is” is a worldwide exhibition dedicated to the late rock music legend. David Bowie was everyone’s music idol in the 1970s, and his sudden passing in early 2016 left many fans devastated as they didn’t get a chance to say goodbye to the talented music chameleon. When you’ve had enough of Sensoji Temple or the Meiji Shrine, visit this contemporary music exhibition to immerse yourself in the colourful, ever-changing musical world of David Bowie. Attending this exhibition is a perfect way for fans to bid a proper belated farewell to Bowie.
Dates: January 8th, 2017 to April 9th, 2017
Opening hours: Closed (Mon; except open on 9 January, 20 March, 27 March and 3 April);10:00-22:00pm (Tue, Wed, Thurs, Sat, Sun); 10:00-21:00 (Fri)
Address: Warehouse TERRADA G1 Building 2-6-10, Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Admission: 2,200YEN for adults, 1,000YEN for high school and junior high school students, 2,600YEN Feb weekdays (advanced); 2,400YEN for adults, 1,200YEN for high school and junior high students (at door)