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Genesis 2020 UK & Ireland Tour – EXTRA DATES


Genesis are reforming for their first tour in 13 years as Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Mike Rutherford get ready to hit the road across the UK & Ireland with The Last Domino? Tour later this year.

Genesis 2020 Tour Dates:

Dublin 3Arena, 16 Nov
Belfast SSE Arena, 19
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 23
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 24 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 26
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 27 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
London The O2, 29
London The O2, 30
Leeds First Direct Arena, 02 Dec
Leeds First Direct Arena, 03 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Birmingham Arena, 05
Birmingham Arena, 06 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Manchester Arena, 08
Manchester Arena, 09 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 11
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 12 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***

Tickets on sale Friday (06 March) at 9am from AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory

The tour will be the trios first live outing together since their sell-out Turn It On Again: The Tour in 2007. They will be joined on stage by Nic Collins on drums as well as the band’s long-time guitar and bass player Daryl Stuermer.

Genesis are one of the biggest selling and most successful bands of all time and have sold an estimated 100 million albums. The band has appeared with various line-up alterations over the years and played to sold-out stadiums and arenas all over the world.

In 1978 ‘And Then There Were Three’ was the first album the band released as a three-piece. The record featured hit song ‘Follow You Follow Me’, earning them their first UK Top 10 and US Top 30 single. The track’s huge success also proved to be the start of huge commercial global success. Follow-up albums included ‘Duke’ in 1980, ‘Abacab’ in 1981, ‘Genesis’ in 1983, ‘Invisible Touch’ in 1986 and ‘We Can’t Dance’ in 1991.

Don’t miss out on the chance to see Genesis live on tour in 2020 – tickets are sure to be in high demand!

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