Around 900 fans crammed into the city's Union Chapel venue for the event, which combined a remembrance service with performances of Bowie songs, to pay tribute to the singer, who passed away on 10 January (16) after an 18-month battle with cancer.
Bowie contemporaries including Guy Pratt, a bassist who has worked with Pink Floyd and Roxy Music, and Matlock remembered the Heroes star and played their own versions of his hits at the show, which was streamed live on YouTube.com.
The songs were interspersed with readings from writers and musicians who talked about how Bowie had inspired them, and video clips of the late singer.
According to the BBC, Pratt branded Bowie the "greatest artist I've known in my lifetime" before he joined The Feeling for a rendition of the musician's iconic track Life On Mars.
Also celebrating the life of the rock legend over the weekend (16-17Jan16) was supermodel Kate Moss, who dedicated her birthday celebrations to the singer.
Celebrities attending the Bowie-themed bash at Kate's home in Oxfordshire, England on Saturday (16Jan16) were Gossip singer Beth Ditto and Boy George, according to Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper.
"Had a lovely night in the Cotswolds celebrating Kate Moss's birthday and dancing to classic Bowie. In fact her birthday was a Bowie tribute!" the Culture Club singer wrote in a post on Twitter.com on Sunday (17Jan16).
Kate collected a BRIT Award on behalf of Bowie in 2014. The reclusive rocker won the prize for Best British Male, but did not attend the ceremony.