Peter Gabriel new album – and tour

Peter Gabriel has announced a new studio album i/o which will be supported by a 2023 tour across the UK and Europe next spring, and the tickets are on sale now.

The tour marks his first solo shows outside of North America since 2014’s Back to Front Tour celebrating the classic album So.

Details of the Peter Gabriel i/o Tour

Produced by Live Nation, the 22 shows in Europe will kick off in Krakow, Poland on 18 May 2023, with dates in Italy, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, and the UK before wrapping in Dublin, Ireland on 25 June 2023.

The tour will then continue in North America in the late summer/fall with dates and ticket information to follow.

i/o The Tour will see Gabriel playing new material from his forthcoming album i/o, as well as delving into his back catalogue, with hits, fan favourites and the unexpected.

For the shows, Gabriel will be joined by regular band-mates Tony Levin, David Rhodes and Manu Katché.

Peter Gabriel says of the tour: “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.”

For complete tour and ticket information, VIP Packages visit Peter Gabriel’s website.

Peter Gabriel i/o Tour Dates – UK dates 2023

  • 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

Peter Gabriel i/o Tour Dates – Rest of Europe dates 2023

  • Thursday 18 May       Krakow, Poland                   TAURON Arena
  • Saturday 20 May       Verona, Italy                       Verona 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