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David Bowie’s “Glass Spider Tour,” launched in 1987, was a groundbreaking spectacle in the world of rock concerts. This visually striking and ambitious tour was inspired by Bowie’s album “Never Let Me Down” and featured a massive, spider-shaped stage set that was both awe-inspiring and symbolic. The tour combined music from several Bowie albums with elaborate theatrical elements, including dancers, props, and multimedia displays, creating a surreal and immersive experience for audiences. David Bowie’s charismatic performances and the tour’s innovative production values left an indelible mark on the world of live music, solidifying his reputation as a creative genius and a true pioneer in the realm of rock and pop performance art.

This lot is an authentic, unused Hospitality Pass for David Bowie’s “Glass Spider Tour” in 1987. The pass is a satin sticker with a peelable backing and is approximately 3″ tall by 4.75″ wide.

All passes are guaranteed original and have the security back printing of the company that produced them.

All our items are kept in a smoke-free and pet-free environment.

This original concert tour pass is in very good condition. May have slight bends, light smudges, scratches, or edge wear. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.


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