Inaugural David Bowie Camp Stardust announced

Event will be held this July in New York

Celebrating David Bowie and Music Masters Collective announce inaugural Camp Stardust, a fascinating in depth look at the who, what, where, why, and how David Bowie’s amazing catalogue of music came to be. Musicians, Bowie aficionados, friends, and former collaborators will gather July 4-7 at Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, NY, a half hour from Woodstock, to find themselves immersed in 50 years of music from one of the past century’s most creative geniuses. Participants will explore the multitude of genres, styles, and means that propelled David Bowie into the hearts, minds, and souls of fans around the world for decades.

Camp Stardust will be a once in a lifetime interactive, educational, music vacation experience full of the magic and fun you would expect from Bowie himself. Those in attendance will share their deep love and fascination of Bowie and his music with performances, interactive workshops, teaching clinics and campfire singalongs. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments to learn from some of the best in the business.

Tickets go on sale on April 11th at noon ET via bowiecamp.com. Registration is limited to about 100.

The event is anchored by host Celebrating David Bowie featuring Bowie friends, former Bowie collaborators, and top musicians greatly influenced by him. Celebrating David Bowie was created to honor David, inspire Bowie fans, and benefit various charities around the world. Since its first show in February 2016, their epic concerts quickly accelerated into a popular touring act selling out major venues in seventeen countries on five continents in just three years including the Sydney Opera House, Brixton Academy in London, Tokyo Dome City Hall, Auditorio Simon Bolivar in Brazil, and Harper Center’s Eldborg Hall in Iceland garnering raves from fans and press in all directions. CdB performs dramatic, refreshing interpretations of this legendary music that help keep the Bowie legacy alive.

Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn

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