Seal will celebrate 30 years in the music industry this spring with a six-week tour in collaboration with Live Nation. The Grammy Award winner will begin with a date at the Arizona Financial Theatre in Phoenix on April 25 and ends with a gig at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle on June 12.
Seal will hit most major cities across North America between those dates. Stops include iconic venues such as The Anthem in Washington, DC, the Beacon Theatre in New York City, and The Met in Philadelphia. Jining Seal on tour will be his long-time producer Trevor Horn, and Horn will bring his new wave icons, The Buggles, along for the ride.
A full list of tour dates and venues can be found at the end of this post.
It is hard to believe that it has been 30 years since Seal dropped his first album on the world. Seal was released in 199l, with Seal II following three years later. The hook of this tour is that Seal will be performing both records in their entirety for the first time, meaning he will be dropping his classics like “Kiss From A Rose,” “Crazy,” and “Killer” alongside album staples that fans have been crying out to hear.
This concert series follows the release of a four-CD set in November that put Seal back on the music landscape. It was a collection featuring originally remastered hits, remixes of his classics, and a previously unreleased live set from the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, from 1991. Clearly, the interest in Seal’s music is still there, especially given that most of his tracks sound as fresh today as when they were released three decades ago.
2023 North America Tour Dates