Genesis 'The Last Domino?' Tour: How to buy tickets, concert dates and all about band returning to US after 14 years

The 14-day tour will span across Washington, DC, Charlotte, Montreal, Toronto, Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland and Philadelphia and finally end in Boston

                            Genesis 'The Last Domino?' Tour: How to buy tickets, concert dates and all about band returning to US after 14 years
Genesis is set to tour North America after 14 years with 'The Last Domino?' tour (Genesis Instagram)

Genesis, the English rock band from Surrey, will be back on the road this year to tour North America after 14 long years. The English rock band, known to be the crucial pillars of progressive rock, has finally released the tour dates and details as the trio — Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford — is all set for the tour starting on November 15. Their guitarist Daryl Stuermer and Nic Collins on drums will be joining them in the concert as well.

The tour titled 'The Last Domino?' will kick off in Europe and reach North America on November 15. The 14-day city tour will end in Boston on December 15. For New York, Genesis will have two shows, one in Madison Square Garden in New York City on December 5, and the other one in UBS Arena in Belmont Park.


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Concert dates

Kicking off in Chicago on November 15, Genesis’ The Last Domino? North American Tour 2021 will move to these locations before wrapping in Boston on December 15.

United Center in Chicago (November 15) 
Capital One Arena in Washington, DC (November 18)
Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC (November 20)
Centre Bell in Montréal, QC (November 22)
Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, ON (November 25)
Keybank Center in Buffalo, NY (November 27)
Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, MI (November 29)
Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland, OH (November 30)
Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA (December 2)
Madison Square Garden in New York (December 5)
Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH (December 8)
UBS Arena in Belmont Park, NY (December 10)
PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, PA (December 13)
TD Garden in Boston, MA (December 15)

Musicians Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins and Tony Banks pose before talking about their band Genesis during a press conference before the dress rehearsal of the 20 city North American leg of their 'Turn It On Again' tour at the Air Canada Centre on September 5, 2007, in Toronto, Canada (Getty Images)

How to buy tickets?

Presale tickets for all shows will be available first through Ticketmaster Verified Fan account on May 5, followed by sale for the general public on May 7. To register for presale tickets, VIP packages and more, check here


How to register?

To get the fan-first experience, users can register for access between now and May 2 at 11.59 pm ET through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program. If verified and selected, fans can secure their tickets beginning May 5 at 10 am local time. Starting May 7, tickets will be available through a public on-sale.



Speaking of their new tour, guitarist Rutherford said, "It's happened very naturally. Phil's been out on tour the last two-and-a-half years doing his stuff and it sort of seemed... the natural moment to have a conversation about it. We're all good friends, we're all above grass and here we are," BBC 2 reported.

Genesis, deemed as one of the best-selling music artists with 150M albums sold worldwide, the rock band has made it through several decades at the top while also snagging a Grammy Award for Best Concept Music Video with 'Land of Confusion' and inspired a number of rock bands worldwide. The rock band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010.



Check the teaser for their US tour here.


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