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Genesis confirm 2020 UK reunion tour

Here's what fans need to know about the band's first tour in 13 years.

This tour has been rescheduled. Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster will be contacted by our Customer Services team with more information.

Frequently asked questions about cancelled and altered events can be found HERE

New dates:

1 April 2021 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
2 April 2021 – SSE Hydro, Glasgow
5 April 2021 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
6 April 2021 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
7 April 2021 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
9 April 2021 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
10 April 2021 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
12 April 2021 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
13 April 2021 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
21 April 2021 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
22 April 2021 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
24 April 2021 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
25 April 2021 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
27 April 2021 – The O2, London
29 April 2021 – The O2, London
30 April 2021 – The O2, London


Legendary British rock band GENESIS have added six more dates to their previously confirmed reunion tour.

The Last Domino? Tour will see band members Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford headline arenas across the UK throughout November and December 2020.


GENESIS 2020 UK tour dates

23 November 2020 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
24 November 2020 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool*
26 November 2020 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
27 November 2020 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle*
29 November 2020 – The O2, London
30 November 2020 – The O2, London
2 December 2020 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
3 December 2020 – First Direct Arena, Leeds*
5 December 2020 – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
6 December 2020 – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham*
8 December 2020 – Manchester Arena, Manchester
9 December 2020 – Manchester Arena, Manchester*
11 December 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
12 December 2020 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow*

*newly added dates


First formed by school friends Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford in Godalming, Surrey in the late ’60s, Genesis are one of the biggest British music exports of all time, having sold well in excess of 100 million albums around the globe.

Slowly finding success throughout the early ’70s, the band reached stratospheric new heights when they recruited drummer Phil Collins into the line-up, who then moved onto lead vocals in 1976 following the departure of Peter Gabriel.

Collins’ tenure as the lead vocalist of the band would provide them with the most successful period of their career.

Incorporating more pop influences, Genesis hit a peak in the 1980s with a string of albums and singles that hit the top of the charts at home and abroad.

Perhaps the band’s most iconic album is their 1986 release Invisible Touch, which spawned the hit singles Tonight, Tonight, Tonight; Land Of Confusion, In Too Deep and the title track, Invisible Touch. 

The band headed out on the Invisible Touch Tour to support the release, which concluded with four legendary sold out shows at London’s original Wembley Stadium.

 

Aside from their hits from Invisible Touch, some of the band’s other best-known tracks include I Can’t Dance, Follow You Follow Me, That’s All, Jesus He Knows Me, Hold On To My Heart, and Mama. 

After Phil Collins left the band 1996, Genesis released one more studio album Calling All Stations before disbanding in 2000.

In 2007, Banks, Collins and Rutherford reunited for the triumphant Turn It On Again reunion tour, which sold out stadiums, arenas and amphitheatres across the globe.


Tickets to see Genesis live are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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