Genesis will bring its The Last Domino? reunion tour to North America for a lengthy schedule of arena shows in late 2021, the band announced on Thursday.
Genesis made headlines just before the onset of the pandemic in March of 2020 with the announcement of the reunion trek, the band’s first tour in more than a decade, set to feature founding members Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford, along with Phil Collins, longtime touring guitarist/bassist Daryl Stuermer, and Collins’ son Nic. The initial European run was canceled as the coronavirus spread. In January, the band announced rescheduled 2021 dates for the European tour as the pandemic picture began pointing to some semblance of normalcy later in the year.
Now, Genesis has confirmed that The Last Domino? tour will make its way across the Atlantic. After kicking off at Chicago’s United Center on November 15th, the tour will continue on to Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Montreal, Toronto, Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland, Philadelphia, New York City, Columbus, Belmont Park, and Pittsburgh before wrapping in Boston in mid-December
Of note, the Genesis North American run marks one of the first new major U.S. arena tours to be announced this year, as large-scale shows continue to be a question mark in the reopening process. Notable venues on the docket for the legendary British rockers include Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center (12/2), New York’s Madison Square Garden (12/5), Boston’s TD Garden (12/15), and more.
Presale tickets for all shows will be available first through Ticketmaster Verified Fan on May 5th, followed by the general public on-sale on May 7th. To register for presale tickets and for more information on the tour, tickets and VIP packages, head to the Genesis website here.
Watch the Genesis The Last Domino? North American tour announcement video and check out a full list of dates below.
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