Phil Collins has announced his return from retirement with a five date residency at London's Royal Albert Hall.
In June 2017 the singer songwriter will perform live for the first time in 10 years with a string of shows.
The legendary singer and drummer of Genesis previously toured in 2007 with original members Tony Banks and Mike Rutherford before retiring in 2011.
On his return to the live stage Phil said: "I thought I would retire quietly. 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."
In the 1980s he became one of the most successful artists of all time with more UK Top 40 hits than anyone else in that period and went on to sell 100 million records throughout his career.
The prolific hitmaker also boasts three UK number one singles including You Can't Hurry Love and Against All Odds as well as seven US number ones.
The Genesis' frontman's 'Not Dead Yet' live shows also sees the singer perform in Paris and Cologne for two nights each.
Find out below everything you need to know to secure tickets for one of the most anticipated live events in 2017.
When is it?
He will play a total of five shows at London's Royal Albert Hall in June:
Sunday 4 June
Monday 5 June
Wednesday 7 June
Thursday 8 June
Friday 9 June
How much are tickets?
Tickets will be priced between £61.75-£191 plus a booking fee
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets for the five shows go on presale on Tuesday 18 October at 9am for O2 customers, and Wednesday 19 October at 9am for Live Nation members.
The general sale begins on Friday 21 October at 9am.
Where can I get tickets?
Tickets for all five shows and tickets release can be purchased from the Phil Collins Ticketmaster page here .