The star adds a second night at Wembley Arena after selling out the first one almost immediately...

David Bowie has added an extra LONDON date to his first tour in eight years.

All 10,000 tickets for the singer’s November 25 show at London’s Wembley

Arena sold out within just three hours of going on sale last Friday. He

will now play a second show at the venue on November 26.

‘A Reality Tour’ will be David Bowie‘s first full worldwide jaunt since his ‘Outside Tour’ in 1995 and the first London dates since his appearance at the Hammersmith Apollo last year. The string of dates will continue into 2004, taking in 17 countries over seven months, seeing David Bowie play in front of one million people.

David Bowie‘s latest album, ‘Reality’ will also be released in October, coinciding with the start of the tour.

The UK tour dates are now as follows:

Manchester MEN Arena (November 17)

Birmingham NEC (19)

London Wembley Arena (25-26)

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