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Phil Collins has announced his first live dates for 10 years.

In June next year, he will perform a 5 night residency at London’s Royal Albert Hall, as well as shows in Paris and Cologne.

Collins made his live return at an event for his own Little Dreams Foundation last year, before performing at the opening of the US Open tennis in New York in August.


“I thought I would retire quietly,” says Collins, “But thanks to the fans, my family and support from some extraordinary artists I have rediscovered my passion for music and performing. It’s time to do it all again and I’m excited. It just feels right.”

Phil Collins – Not Dead Yet: Live 2017 tour dates are:

June 4, Royal Albert Hall, London
June 5, Royal Albert Hall, London
June 7, Royal Albert Hall, London
June 8, Royal Albert Hall, London
June 9, Royal Albert Hall, London
June 11, LANXESS Arena, Cologne
June 12, LANXESS Arena, Cologne
June 18, Accor Hotels Arena, Paris
June 19, Accor Hotels Arena, Paris

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