Following a several-year hiatus from performing, Phil Collins will make his return to the concert stage on March 11 in Miami Beach, Florida, at a fundraiser for the Little Dreams Foundation, a charity he co-founded with his ex-wife, Orianne. Collins is slated to give an unplugged performance at the event, dubbed the Second Annual Little Dreams Foundation Benefit Gala: Dreaming on the Beach, which will be held at The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater.
Tickets for the show are available now via Ticketmaster.com or by calling 305-951-2757305-951-2757. The Little Dreams Foundation helps to talented young people in financial need to fulfill their dreams within music, art and sports. Visit LDF.cc for more information about the charity.
Collins previously had been scheduled to take part in the charity’s first annual benefit back in December of 2014 but was forced to cancel his performance because of neurological issues he was experiencing at the time. Phil has said in recent interviews with Rolling Stone and Billboard that he plans to play some concerts again, although his health problems may limit his ability to tour.
Meanwhile, deluxe versions of two of Collins’ solo album, 1982’s Hello, I Must Be Going and 1996’s Dance into the Light, were released Friday as the second installment of his “Take a Look at Me Now” reissue campaign. Each reissue features a remastered version of the original album, plus a second disc of live versions of songs from the record, as well as demos and/or B-sides.
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Source: Classic Rock News