Phil Collins‘ comeback tour continues to grow even larger – with the former Genesis turned solo icon announcing a London show headlining British Summer Time at Hyde Park.
The ‘In The Air Tonight’ star had already announced a run of shows throughout Europe as part of his ‘Not Dead Yet’ tour. But now, the biggest yet comes with a massive outdoor show at London’s iconic Hyde Park on Friday 30 June 2017 – following in the footsteps of recent headliners such as Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones, The Libertines, Arcade Fire, Blur, The Strokes, Florence & The Machine and many more.
”The reaction from the British public has been overwhelming,” said Collins. “I can’t wait to play Hyde Park and see everyone there.”
He added: “I will be playing all of the songs that people love.”
There will be a pre-sale from 9am today, before tickets go on general sale from 9am on Friday 11 November. A full run of support acts across several stages is yet to be announced.
This new date leaves a gap in Phil’s schedule for Glastonbury 2017 – could be making an appearance down at Worthy Farm?
Meanwhile, details of Collins’ feud with Paul McCartney made headlines last month – after the former Beatle attempted to make peace with Collins when slammed for his ‘bad attitude’. He also shared his opinion on the sexual abuse claims made against Michael Jackson.
Phil Collins’ upcoming tour dates are below.