Genesis tour tickets for 2020 go on sale today for these UK venues

Genesis will return to the stage this year after a 13-year break from touring in huge UK arena tour.

Phil Collins , Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford revealed their reunion plans on Zoe Ball's BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show earlier this week , and now fans will be able to snap up highly anticipated tickets to the shows today (6 March) from 9am.

Tickets for The Last Domino Tour are available from from major outlets, including Ticketmaster , Live Nation and AXS for arena show dates that will begin this November.

Prices are expected to range from around £60 to £175 for standard tickets, with VIP packages costing more.

The tour is set to start in Dublin's 3 Arena and finish at Glasgow's SSE Arena in December, and it will be the first time the trio have performed since their Turn It On Again world tour back in 2007.

Genesis 2020 Tour Dates:

  • November 16 – Dublin 3 Arena

  • November 19 – Belfast SSE Arena

  • November 23 – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

  • November 26 – Newcastle Utilita Arena

  • November 29 – London O2 Arena

  • November 30 – London O2 Arena

  • December 2 – Leeds First Direct Arena

  • December 5 – Birmingham Arena

  • December 8 – Manchester Arena

  • December 11 – Glasgow SSE Arena

The rock band, known for hits such as ‘We Can’t Dance’ and ‘Follow You Follow Me’, are considered one of the world’s biggest selling and most successful bands of all time.

The return of Genesis, and Phil Collins' return to live performing following a series of health issues over the last decade, will no doubt delight avid fans.

The musician was forced to give up playing the drums after crippling nerve damage left him unable to play. As a result the on the new tour the trio will be joined by Nic Collins on drums, and the band's long time guitar and bass player Daryl Stuermer.

Collins also previously sparked concern after he cancelled shows from his solo Not Dead Yet Tour and was seen looking frail while being pushed around in a wheelchair .

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What if tickets sell-out?

It's likely tickets will sell fast, so here is some advice on what to do if you don't manage to get your hands on some the first time around.

  • Use Ticketmaster's fan to fan exchange service – this is where you can safely buy any returned tickets. Any unwanted tickets are redistributed by Ticketmaster on the platform which fans can buy them through the fan to fan exchange service. It's worth checking a number of times as returns can happen any time – you might just need to be patient!

  • Look on re-sale websites – be very careful when using re-sale websites as some don't require verification and can be risky in terms of getting ripped off. Websites like StubHub are worth checking if you can't find tickets to your chosen dates but prices can be over inflated if demand is high so proceed with caution.

  • Try a different location – London dates are most likely to sell out fastest, along with other key cities. So if you cannot find tickets for your first choice consider buying tickets to other Arena shows in less demand to ensure you bag some tickets.

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