Phil Collins is alive and well and hitting Houston on new North American tour

Phil Collins is alive and well and hitting Houston on new tour

Phil Collins headshot
Phil Collins isn't dead yet — and he's coming to town.  Phil Collins/Facebook

Phil Collins is back — and he's still not dead yet, folks.

Stay with us: The pop icon is going on tour again, and his tour is actually titled "Phil Collins Still Not Dead Yet, Live!" You could say this tour is an extension of his "Not Dead Yet, Live!" world tour (named after his 2016 autobiography), which began in 2017 and hit a lot of North American cities last October.

Collins will once again return to these parts this fall, starting in Dallas' American Airlines Center on Monday, September 23, and ending at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, October 19. Houston will be the second stop on the tour, with Collins performing at the Toyota Center on Tuesday, September 24.

The last time Collins was in H-Town was in 2004, when he was on his "First Final Farewell Tour," back when it seemed like health problems would put a stop to him performing in the future.

Even though dude hasn't dropped an album of new music since Testify in 2002 (he did release Going Back, an album of '60s Motown/soul covers, in 2010), Collins will definitely do all the classic '80s hits — "Sussudio," "Against All Odds," "In the Air Tonight" (he better do that one, so everyone can get their air drums on!) — that made the former Genesis drummer one of the best-selling pop stars of all time.


General onsale tickets begin Saturday, March 30, at 10 am here. Citi cardholders can register for presale tickets, which starts on Tuesday, March 26, at 10 am and ends on Thursday, March 28, at 5 pm, here. Verified fans can buy tickets on Friday, March 29, at 10 am here.