Peter Gabriel Unveils North American Tour Dates with Tony Levin on Bass

Peter Gabriel with Tony Levin

After unveiling extensive European dates earlier this year, Peter Gabriel has announced the first round of North American shows for 2023. Gabriel and his band, featuring Tony Levin, will begin in Canada with a concert in Quebec City on September 8th. They’ll eventually work their way down to the U.S. before jumping across the continent to Vancouver, British Columbia, and then heading down to California.

The outing will mark his first tour in seven years, and he will have a set list of new songs from his upcoming album, I/O. Levin is also on the record, which you can get a tease of with the track “Panopticom”:

Peter Gabriel I/O World Tour 2023 Tour Dates:

May 18Krakow, PolandTAURON Arena
May 20Verona, ItalyVerona Arena
May 21Milan, ItalyMediolanum Arena=
May 23Paris, FranceAccor Arena
May 24Lille, FranceStade Pierre-Mauroy
May 26Berlin, GermanyWaldbuehne
May 28Munich, GermanyKoenigsplatz
May 30Copenhagen, DenmarkRoyal Arena
May 31Stockholm, SwedenAvicii Arena
Jun 2Bergen, NorwayKoengen
Jun 5Amsterdam, NetherlandsZiggo Dome
Jun 6Antwerp, BelgiumSportpaleis
Jun 8Zurich, SwitzerlandHallenstadion
Jun 10Cologne, GermanyLanxess Arena}
Jun 12Hamburg, GermanyBarclays Arena
Jun 13Frankfurt, GermanyFesthalle
Jun 15Bordeaux, FranceArkea Arena
Jun 17Birmingham, UKUtilita Arena
Jun 19London, UKThe O2
Jun 20Nottingham, UKMotorpoint Arena
Jun 22Glasgow, UKOVO Hydro
Jun 23Manchester, UKAO Arena
Jun 25Dublin, Ireland3Arena
Sep 8Quebec City, QuebecVideotron Centre
Sep 9Ottawa, OntarioCanadian Tire Centre
Sep 11Toronto, OntarioScotiabank Arena
Sep 13Montreal, QuebecBell Centre
Sep 14Boston, MassachusettsTD Garden
Sep 16Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaWells Fargo Center
Sep 18New York, New YorkMadison Square Garden
Sep 30Chicago, IllinoisUnited Center
Oct 7Vancouver, British ColumbiaRogers Arena
Oct 8Seattle, WashingtonClimate Pledge Arena
Oct 11San Francisco, CaliforniaChase Center
Oct 13Los Angeles, CaliforniaKia Forum

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  1. Troy Hughes

    I loved Peter Gabriel’s “So” album when it came out. I’ve regretted never having seen him live, but have always said that I would spare no expense if I had the opportunity to. I have honored that commitment by purchasing two of the most expensive “face value” tickets in my life to see him at Madison Square Garden in September. No regrets.

  2. room34

    A bunch of additional North American dates were announced 4 days ago.