The Last Domino? Tour: news, dates and tickets

The Last Domino? Tour: here are the NEW DATES in Europe and the USA. In addition, words, news, press reviews, tickets on sale.

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Genesis have announced the return to concert in the United States after 14 years.

The Last Domino? Tour in USA kicks off in Chicago on November 15th.

The 14-date tour will also visit Washington, DC, Charlotte, Montreal, Toronto, Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland and Philadelphia.

It will end in Boston on December 15th.

Genesis has planned two shows in the New York area: Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 5th and they will play in the brand new UBS Arena in Belmont Park on December 10th.

Genesis' last US tour was 2007's Turn It On Again: The Tour.

Presale tickets for all shows are available on Ticketmaster Verified.

All US and UK dates, ticket pre-sales and more information about the tour, tickets and VIP packages are on

Dusk No. 97 revealed in a worldwide exclusive that the two backing singers on the Genesis tour are Daniel Pearce and Patrick Smyth.

Here are the dates in the UK:

Wednesday 15 September Dublin 3Arena
Thursday 16 September Dublin 3Arena
Saturday 18 September Belfast SSE Arena
Monday 20 September Birmingham Utilita Arena
Tuesday 21 September Birmingham Utilita Arena
Wednesday 22 September Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 24 September Manchester AO Arena
Saturday 25 September Manchester AO Arena
Monday 27 September Leeds First Direct Arena
Tuesday 28 September Leeds First Direct Arena
Thursday 30 September Newcastle Utilita Arena
Friday 1 October Newcastle Utilita Arena
Sunday 3 October Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
Monday 4 October Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
Thursday 7 October Glasgow SSE Hydro
Friday 8 October Glasgow SSE Hydro
Monday 11 October London The O2
Tuesday 12 October London The O2
Wednesday 13 October London The O2

Tickets are purchasable HERE.

Genesis are back on tour in the UK, 14 years after their last performance.

Look at the images and statements of the evidence and more:

Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford have confirmed the reunion in the Zoe Ball program on BBC Radio 2.

The trio will be joined by Collins's XNUMX-year-old son, Nicholas on drums and Daryl Stuermer on guitar and bass.


Here are the words of the Genesis:

"I think it's the right time"Banks said. "We are all good friends, we are all mature and ... here we are".

"I will do my best to play some parts of the tour", Phil Collins explained. "I have to start thinking about it seriously, but I've already calculated what I'm going to do and what songs to play." 

"We all thought, 'Why not?', Collins said. "It seems a somewhat pathetic reason, but we like mutual company, we like playing together."

Banks added that the trio did not ask Gabriel to participate in the reunion tour, Because "Most of the songs people know came after he left. Peter left the band 45 years ago and has lived as he wanted since then."

"There is a Genesis sound that is still present", said Mike Rutherford. "I missed it, it's nice to play it again."

"It's a good feeling, it's the right time, we can't wait to do it", continued Mike Rutherford. Many of our contemporaries have played a lot, we've done two shows in the UK in the past 28 years. "

On eighteen year old son Nicholas, who will play the drums in ShowPhil Collins said: "He sounds like me and has the same attitude. So it's a good place to start."

On the potential lineup, Collins said: "There are songs that you feel you have to play because the audience would feel cheated if you didn't, then it's about putting together the rest of the material with songs that we haven't played for a long time. But there are some old dogs that won't run." .

The voices of one reunion they have been around since Collins and Rutherford performed together in Berlin last June.

Collins then hinted at the possibility of one reunion: "We remain close friends, so you never know."

Earlier this week, a photograph of the three members appeared on theaccount Genesis official Instagram with the caption: "And then there were three."

The last Genesis concert dates back to 2007, when the British group played at the Circus Maximus in Rome, in a free concert, in front of over 500 thousand spectators.

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GENESIS: Transcript of their interview on BBC Radio 2 yesterday now available here:

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