In December, Phil Collins will perform as part of his first bona fide concert in four years at the Fillmore Miami Beach to benefit his Little Dreams Foundation.
Collins will headline the Dec. 6 gala fundraiser benefiting its Miami locale, which will also feature performances by two major Latin music acts: Italian singer Laura Pausini and Mexican star Alejandra Guzmán.
The show, presented by Collins’ ex wife Orianne Collins Mejjati and music technologist David Frangioni, will take place during Art Basel, the international art fair.
Collins established the Little Dreams Foundation with Collins Mejjati in 2000 with the objective of helping children and teens with athletic and artistic talent fulfill their dreams. Last December, the organization opened up a Miami chapter, after Collins Mejjati and her children made the city their new home.
In May, Collins performed two songs with a band of kids at his son’s middle school concert, at his son’s request.
But the December show will mark the first time he plays at an event open to the public, and it will likely be more than two songs. All proceeds will go Little Dreams’ efforts in Florida.
Tickets are available on Ticketmaster and range from $103.50 to $353.50.