Genesis has announced The Last Domino? 2020 European tour, which is set for this November and December and marks the band’s first tour in 13 years.
The run of reunion performances will feature founding members Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, along with Phil Collins and long-time touring guitarist/bassist Daryl Stuermer. Additionally, the lineup for the 2020 tour will also feature Collins’ son Nic, for the first time.
Genesis will kick off The Last Domino? tour with two dates in Ireland, starting with 3 Arena in Dublin (11/16) followed by SSE Arena in Belfast (11/19). From there, the tour heads to the U.K. for eight shows, including M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool (11/23), The 02 in London (11/29, 11/30), and the Manchester Arena in Manchester (12/8). The tour will wrap up at SSE Arena in Glasgow on December 11th.
Genesis has not played together since the Turn It on Again tour in 2007. A reunion became less likely in 2015 when Phil Collins announced his retirement from the music industry due to nerve damage in his hand. The retirement was short-lived, and he returned to the industry in 2017 playing solo shows through his latest Still Not Dead Yet tour in 2019, which set up the possibility of this Genesis reunion.
Tickets for The Last Domino? tour go on sale Friday, March 6th, at 9 a.m. local time. Click here for tickets and scroll down for a full list of tour dates.
Genesis The Last Domino? 2020 Tour Dates
November 16th – Dublin @ 3 Arena
November 19th – Belfast @ SSE Arena
November 23rd – Liverpool @ M&S Bank Arena
November 26th – Newcastle @ Utilita Arena
November 29th – London @ The O2
November 30th – London @ The O2
December 2nd – Leeds @ Leeds Direct Arena
December 5th – Birmingham @ Birmingham Arena
December 8th – Manchester @ Manchester Arena
December 11th – Glasgow @ SSE Arena