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Phil Collins Announces First Major North American Tour in 12 Years

Legendary English rocker Phil Collins is headed stateside this fall for his first major North American tour in 12 years. The tour -- titled Phil Collins Not Dead Yet, Live! -- will be a limited…

Legendary English rocker Phil Collins is headed stateside this fall for his first major North American tour in 12 years. The tour — titled Phil Collins Not Dead Yet, Live! — will be a limited engagement of 15 shows this October.

Collins will be joined on tour by longtime guitarist Daryl Stuermer, keyboardist Brad Cole, bassist Leland Sklar, percussionist Luis Conte and his 16-year-old son Nicolas on drums, along with backup singers and a horn section. The announcement follows up the “Sussudio” performer’s recent autobiography, Not Dead Yet: The Memoir.

Phil Collins Not Dead Yet, Live! kicks off October 5 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., stopping in other cities such as Brooklyn, Philadelphia, and Chicago before wrapping up in Los Angeles on October 28. Tickets for the shows go on sale May 15 for the general public at 10 a.m., preceded by a presale for Citi cardholders on Friday (May 11).



Oct. 05                         Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.                   BB&T Center

Oct. 07                         Washington, DC                       Capital One Arena

Oct. 08                         Philadelphia, PA                       Wells Fargo Center

Oct. 09                         Boston, MA                              TD Garden

Oct. 11                         Toronto, ON                             Air Canada Centre

Oct. 13                         Newark, NJ                              Prudential Center

Oct. 14                         Brooklyn, NY                            Barclays Center

Oct. 16                         Montreal, QC                           Centre Bell

Oct. 18                         Cleveland, OH                         Quicken loans Arena

Oct 19                          Columbus, OH                         Nationwide Arena

Oct. 21                         Minneapolis, MN                      Target Center

Oct. 22                         Chicago, IL                              United Center

Oct. 25                         Oakland, CA                            Oracle Arena

Oct. 27                         Las Vegas, NV                         MGM Grand Garden Arena

Oct. 28                         Los Angeles, CA                      The Forum