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The Musical Box Confirm UK Return For A Genesis Extravaganza

Tuesday, 23 January 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

The Musical Box, the only tribute act licensed and supported by Genesis and Peter Gabriel, will return to the UK in October.

The band will bring their A Genesis Extravaganza show to Southend, Leicester, Basingstoke, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, Brighton, Bath and London, where they'll perform at the Eventim Apollo.

Tickets go on general sale on January 26.

The Musical Box Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Tue October 02 2018 - SOUTHEND Cliffs Pavilion
Wed October 03 2018 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Fri October 05 2018 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Sat October 06 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Sun October 07 2018 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Mon October 08 2018 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Tue October 09 2018 - MANCHESTER O2 Apollo
Thu October 11 2018 - LONDON Eventim Apollo
Fri October 12 2018 - BRIGHTON Theatre Royal
Tue October 13 2020 - BATH Forum

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