“In the world of today, for tomorrow's man”
Though it’s still the 26th on the other side of the planet, New Zealanders are already firmly in the future where it is almost November 27th.
However, 35 years ago today, the 26th of November 1983, was the day that more than 80,000 of them gathered in Auckland for the last stop of the Australasian leg of The Serious Moonlight Tour. At the time, it was claimed that this was: “the single biggest concert ever in the Southern Hemisphere”.
Read more about this particular show and Bowie’s other ventures down below on the superb @bowiedownunder FB page.
What’s all this got to do with the Denis O’Regan Ricochet contest, you ask? Well, aside from the fact that Denis took that aerial shot of the Auckland crowd, not to mention the other shot of DB in our montage, today is the last day of the contest, which we launched three weeks ago.
Find the contest here on FB.
But please read carefully, as many hopeful ‘entrants’ so far have either neglected to use the required #DavidBowieRicochet hashtag or to follow @Bowie1983Book – If you’re one of those, you are welcome to re-enter including all that is required, for a chance to win your own limited edition Ricochet boxed set (RRP £3,000/$4,000).