Reunited after 15 years, Tony Banks, Phil Collins, and Mike
Rutherford ? also known as Genesis ? will launch the North American leg of the highly anticipated Turn It On Again World Tour on Sept. 7.
The band will
play 20 different cities, starting with Toronto on Sept. 7.
For official tour and ticket information, fan club membership, and early
access to tickets, visit www.genesis-music.com.
The following are confirmed
dates for the North American leg of the Turn It On Again World Tour:
? Sept. 7 Toronto, BMO Field
? Sept. 8 Buffalo, N.Y., HSBC Arena
? Sept. 9 Pittsburgh, Mellon Arena
? Sept. 11 Boston, TD Banknorth Garden
? Sept. 12 Albany, N.Y.,Times Union Center
? Sept. 14 Montreal, Olympic Stadium
? Sept. 15 Ottawa, Scotiabank Place
? Sept. 16 Hartford, Conn., Hartford Civic Center
? Sept. 18-20 Philadelphia, Wachovia Center
? Sept. 22 Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena
? Sept. 23 Washington, D.C., Verizon Center
? Sept. 25 New York, Madison Square Garden
? Sept. 27 East Rutherford, N.J., Giants Stadium
? Sept. 29 Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
? Sept. 30 Detroit, Palace of Auburn Hills
? Oct. 2-4 Chicago, United Center
? Oct. 6 Denver, Pepsi Center
? Oct. 9 San Jose, Calif., HP Pavilion
? Oct. 10 Sacramento, Calif., ARCO Arena
? Oct. 12-13, Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl
The sheer scale of the set for the Turn It On Again World Tour is a visual feast for fans, with the largest screen ever used
at a concert (65 meters wide by 12 meters tall).
Banks, Collins, and
Rutherford will be joined onstage by longtime Genesis sidemen Chester
Thompson on drums and Daryl Stuermer on guitar.
For the tour, two of the
world's greatest show technicians ? award-winning lighting designer
Patrick Woodroffe and acclaimed set designer Mark Fisher ? have created
one of the most impressive stage shows of the year.