Gabrielle has announced the 30 Years Of Dreaming with a UK tour for autumn 2023.

Gabrielle UK Tour Dates:

Guildford G Live, 06 Oct
Plymouth Pavilion, 07
Oxford New Theatre, 09
Norwich UEA, 10
Hull City Hall, 12
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, 13
Halifax Victoria Theatre, 14
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 16
Newcastle O2 City Hall, 17
Manchester Bridgewater Hall, 19
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, 20
York Barbican, 21
Cambridge Corn Exchange, 23
Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre, 24
Cardiff St Davids Hall, 26
Wolverhampton The Hals, 28
Brighton Dome, 30
London Royal Albert Hall, 31
Southend Cliffs Pavilion, 01 Nov
Canterbury Kent College Great Hall, 03
Bath Forum, 04
Ipswich Regent Theatre, 05
Carlisle Sands Centre, 07
Warrington Parr Hall, 10
Llandudno Venue Cymru Theatre, 11
Blackpool Opera House, 12
Dublin 3Olympia Theatre, 15
Dublin 3Olympia Theatre, 16
Galway Leisureland, 17
Derry Millennium Forum, 19
Belfast Ulster Hall, 20

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The tour will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of her era-defining No.1 single ‘Dreams and will see her perform highlights from her catalogue of hits, including ‘Rise’, ‘Out Of Reach’ and ‘Sunshine’.

Gabrielle commented, “Going on tour to celebrate 30 years of ‘Dreams’ is just amazing. I can’t wait to party with everyone and celebrate the record that launched my career three decades ago! Time sure does fly when you are having fun.”

The soul singer-songwriter has also revealed that she will be joining the line-up of special guests joining Adele at her sold-out BST Hyde Park shows this July.

Gabrielle said, “I’m so thrilled and proud to be part of what will be an incredible day, headlined by an artist I love and adore. Adele is a phenomenal singer songwriter and it is an honour to be asked to join her at British Summer Time.”


Gabrielle has also lined-up string of festival and outdoor shows this summer alongside artists such as Simply Red, David Gray, Culture Club and Bananarama.

Her debut single ‘Dreams’ spent three weeks at No.1 in 1993, with her second No.1 single ‘Rise’ following in 2000. She went on to release a further eight Top 10 hits, including ‘Out Of Reach’ from ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’, ‘If You Ever’ with East 17 and ‘Give Me A Little More Time’.

In addition, her 1999 No.1 album ‘Rise’ was one of the most successful of the era and has been certified 4 x Platinum, a status matched by the compilation ‘Dreams Can Come True, Greatest Hits’.

She has released six Top 10 albums and received multiple music accolades including two BRIT Awards, two MOBOs and an Ivor Novello Award.

Following her appearance on the 2021 edition of ‘The Masked Singer’, Gabrielle’s album ‘Do It Again’ hit No.4 on the charts – her highest chart position in almost 20 years.

Don’t miss out the chance to see her perform live on tour next year!

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