Local artists pay tribute to Bowie at the Falcon

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JIMMY KING
  • Jimmy King
He was Halloween Jack. He was Aladdin Sane. He was the Starman. David Bowie was never just David Bowie; the musician, Goblin King and space explorer had a way of transforming himself into a slew of beings. Maybe it’s this metamorphic ease of his that allows him to keep living in people’s hearts despite his recent passing. One such avenue of artistic eternal life can be found at the Falcon’s David Bowie Tribute Art Show. More than 20 local artists band together for a show dedicated to all things Bowie. The event brings in the likes and art of DJ Clulow, Vespa and Zakiya Stubbs for a free event honoring the musician that touched so many lives, both down here on Earth and up in space.

opening reception 9-11 p.m. Saturday, March 26 | The Falcon, 819 E. Washington St. | 407-423-3060 | facebook.com/thefalconbar | free


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