Secret World Live is the second live and tenth album overall released by British progressive rock musician Peter Gabriel, in 1994. The album was not remastered with the rest of Gabriel's catalogue in 2002. A concert film was released at the same time as the album. Its track listing is the same as the album, save that it omits "Red Rain" and adds "San Jacinto" (7:32) after "Blood of Eden."
It contains a live performance of the song "Across the River", which first appeared on a Womad benefit album, Music And Rhythm, in July of 1982, then subsequently on various singles and EPs; This is the only full-length Gabriel album, either studio-based or live, where the song appears.
The cover was designed by Martha Ladly (formerly of Martha and the Muffins) who was working for Gabriel at the time, it received a nomination for the 1994 Grammy Award for Best Record Sleeve Packaging Design.