Peter Gabriel has just announced his first European Tour in almost 10 years.
This tour will see the former Genesis star take to the stage across cities such as Krakow, Munich, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Glasgow, Milan, Berlin and others.
Gabriel will perform at Dublin’s 3Arena on 25 June 2023, with tickets for this and other gigs going on sale this Friday (November 11).
Fans can also access pre sale tickets via Peter Gabriel’s Fan Club Mailing List from today (November 8).
Beginning in Krakow on May 18, Peter Gabriel will also take this tour to North America in the late Summer/fall, with information yet to be announced.
“It’s been a while and I am now surrounded by a whole lot of new songs and am excited to be taking them out on the road for a spin. Look forward to seeing you out there”, Gabriel said of this tour.
Peter Gabriel Tour Dates
- Thursday 18 May Krakow, Poland TAURON Arena
- Saturday 20 May Verona, Italy Verona Arena
- Sunday 21 May Milan, Italy Mediolanum Arena
- Tuesday 23 May Paris, France AccorHotels Arena
- Wednesday 24 May Lille, France Stade Pierre-Mauroy
- Friday 26 May Berlin, Germany Waldbuehne
- Sunday 28 May Munich, Germany Koenigsplatz
- Tuesday 30 May Copenhagen, Denmark Royal Arena
- Wednesday 31 May Stockholm, Sweden Avicii Arena
- Friday 2 June Bergen, Norway Koengen
- Monday 5 June Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome
- Tuesday 6 June Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
- Thursday 8 June Zurich, Switzerland Hallenstadion
- Saturday 10 June Cologne, Germany Lanxess Arena
- Monday 12 June Hamburg, Germany Barclays Arena
- Tuesday 13 June Frankfurt, Germany Festhalle
- Thursday 15 June Bordeaux, France Arkea Arena
- Saturday 17 June Birmingham, UK Utilita Arena
- Monday 19 June London, UK The O2
- Thursday 22 June Glasgow, UK OVO Hydro
- Friday 23 June Manchester, UK AO Arena
- Sunday 25 June Dublin, Ireland 3Arena
Since he departed Genesis in 1975, Peter Gabriel has released 7 solo albums, as well as soundtracks for films such as Philip Noyce’s ‘Rabbit Proof Fence’, and Martin Scorese’s ‘The Last Temptation of Christ’.
Music producer Bob Ezrin also spoke about how Peter Gabriel’s solo career took off following his Genesis exit. More on this here.