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Collins Is Back In Rehearsals With Genesis As They Prepare Their 2021 Tour

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English rock band, Genesis have begun rehearsals for their UK reunion tour in London in 2021. In March, live on BBC Radio 2, they revealed their first 10 shows will be in The UK and Ireland. That number has now risen to 19.

Phil Collins, Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford will bow out with ‘The Last Domino? Tour’ next April. Dates are postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The trio have not played together since 2017 and will be joined by Phil’s drummer son, Nic Collins and bassist Daryl Stuermer.

Due to concerns regarding the pandemic, the trio said they were pushing back their 2020 shows to next year.

See the band’s current full list of UK and Irish reunion tour dates, including newly announced shows, below.

APRIL Tour Dates 2021

Thursday 1, Glasgow SSE Hydro

Friday 2, Glasgow SSE Hydro

Monday 5, Birmingham Utilita Arena

Tuesday 6, Birmingham Utilita Arena

Wednesday 7, Birmingham Utilita Arena

Friday 9, Newcastle Utilita Arena

Saturday 10, Newcastle Utilita Arena

Monday 12, Manchester Arena

Tuesday 13, Manchester Arena

Thursday 15, Dublin 3Arena

Friday 16, Dublin 3Arena

Sunday 18, Belfast SSE Arena

Wednesday 21, Leeds First Direct Arena

Thursday 22, Leeds First Direct Arena

Saturday 24, Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

Sunday 25, Liverpool M&S Bank Arena

Tuesday 27, London O2 Arena

Thursday 29, London O2 Arena

Friday 30, London O2 Arena

Speaking of their reunion back in March, Rutherford said he thinks “it’s a natural moment.”

Phil’s been out on tour for the last two-and-a-half years and his son Nick has been drumming,” the guitarist said.

So, it seemed like the natural moment to have a conversation about it. We’re all still good friends, we’re all above grass and here we are!”

Earlier this year during the coronavirus lockdown, Genesis began uploading a series of classic gigs to YouTube, streaming one new show from across their career every weekend.

This month, Phil Collins issued a cease and desist order to US President Donald Trump, after Trump used Collins’ classic hit ‘In The Air Tonight’ at one of his rallies without permission.