Grammy-winning songwriter Phil Collins is coming back to the U.S. Back in October of 2016, the 68-year-old singer announced his worldwide Not Dead Yet tour has since been extended to a total of six legs. The first leg was a 2017 trip through Europe, the second and third a 2018 trip through Latin and North America, and the fourth leg just finished up in February in Australia and New Zealand. In June he’ll return to Europe, and then he’ll be back in the U.S. come September – tickets for which will go on sale this weekend.

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The final leg of the tour will kick off September 23 in Dallas, Tex., at the American Airlines Center, while the final show will be staged on October 19 at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena. The setlist includes some of Collins’ biggest hits, including “One More Night” and the award-winning “You’ll Be In My Heart” from Disney’s Tarzan. Tickets are selling via StubHub, with prices ranging from $113 for the North Carolina and Tampa shows and up to $675 for VIP Packages.

Collins is considered one of the greatest songwriters of all time, having been inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2003. He is also the winner of eight Grammy Awards and one Oscar for his work on Tarzan. His daughter, Lily Collins, is a Golden-Globe nominated actress, best known for her breakout role in The Blind Side and the recent Rules Don’t Apply. 

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