David Bowie’s super fan scores gathered together for a special tournament celebrating the life of the late singer.
Ans, dressed as a famous musician, met on the first day of the World David Bowie Fan Convention at St. George’s Hall in Liverpool on Friday.
The event, featuring art, sculpture and talk by former members of Bowie’s band, attracted fans from all over the world, including Japan, Switzerland and the United States.
Speakers include musicians Gale Ann Dorsey and Carlos Alomar, and graphic designer Jonathan Barnbrook, each sharing their own views on the artist’s lifework.
Bowie, one of the most influential and respected musicians of the 20th century, died of liver cancer on January 10, 2016, two days after his 69th birthday.
The Fan Convention will be held as part of his 75th year celebration.
On January 8th, Madame Tussauds announced that on its 75th birthday, the singer will be immortalized again with new waxwork.
This is the second model of Bowie, a London tourist attraction, first announced in 1983 at the height of his Let’s Dance period.
Many other celebrations took place during the milestone preparation stage, including the pop-up shop launched in October 2021 at 14 Heddon Street in London, in front of Bowie’s 1972 Jiggy Stardust album. I did.
A sister store has also opened on 150 Worcester Street in New York, the home of Bowie’s adoption. He was close to where he lived in his last year and created his last album, “Black Star”.
The World David Bowie Fan Convention will be held from Friday 17th June to Sunday 19th June.