Turn It On Again! Genesis Add U.S. Dates to The Last Domino? Tour

Genesis in 2007
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Genesis are planning on commencing their long-delayed The Last Domino? Tour in Europe this fall - and in a sign of incredible things to come, they've also announced a batch of American dates for the winter of this year.

Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford - along with longtime touring guitarist/bassist Daryl Stuermer and Phil's son Nic on drums - announced a European tour (their first shows since 2007) in spring 2020. Of course, those dates were delayed after the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe in 2020, but were locked in to occur September and October 2021.

Previously: Genesis To Launch 'The Last Domino?' Reunion Tour in November

Now, beyond those 19 dates in the United Kingdom, the band today revealed a set of dates taking place across the northeastern United States and Canada in November and December! It's thrilling news for fans who want to get another Genesis show in their schedule - and hopefully, a forecast of more live music to return to our lives after a difficult year.

Verified fan pre-sales to all dates will start May 5, with general tickets going on sale on May 7. The full dates are listed below!

Nov. 15 - United Center, Chicago, IL
Nov. 18 - Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C.
Nov. 20 - Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC
Nov. 22 - Centre Bell, Montréal, QC
Nov. 25 - Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
Nov. 27 - KeyBank Center, Buffalo, NY
Nov. 29 - Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, MI
Nov. 30 - Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Cleveland, OH
Dec. 2 - Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
Dec. 5 - Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
Dec. 8 - Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH
Dec. 10 - UBS Arena, Belmont Park, NY
Dec. 13 - PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
Dec. 15 - TD Garden, Boston, MA

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