Not Dead Yet Tour

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Not Dead Yet Tour
Tour by Phil Collins
Not Dead Yet Live Tour.jpeg
Promotional poster for the tour
Start date2 June 2017
End date19 October 2019
Legs6
No. of shows41 in Europe
14 in Latin America
31 in North America
11 in Oceania
97 in Total
Phil Collins concert chronology
  • The First Final Farewell Tour
    (2004-2005)
  • Not Dead Yet Tour
    (2017-2019)

The Not Dead Yet Tour (also known as Not Dead Yet Live! and Still Not Dead Yet Live!) was a concert tour by English recording artist Phil Collins, named after his autobiography released on 25 October 2016.[1]

Background[edit]

Collins performing to 65,000 at Hyde Park, London on 30 June 2017 as part of the Not Dead Yet Tour.

Collins announced the tour on 17 October 2016 at a press conference held at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The tour is due to include five concerts at the venue, and five each at the Lanxess Arena in Cologne and at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris.[2] On 8 November 2016, news of Collins's headline spot at a concert at London's Hyde Park was announced. On 16 December 2016, it was announced that Collins would play at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on Sunday 25 June 2017.[3] On 27 February 2017, it was announced that Collins would play at Liverpool's Echo Arena on Friday 2 June 2017. On 8 June 2017, it was announced that Collins's cancelled concerts on 8 and 9 June would be rearranged for 26 and 27 November. The two concerts had been cancelled after Collins had tripped over a step in the bedroom of his London hotel (and had been taken to hospital) following a concert at the Royal Albert Hall on 7 June.[4]

Due to ongoing nerve problems with his hands, this was the first tour where Collins did not play drums at any point in the show. Instead, he employed his son Nicholas to handle all drum parts. However, Collins did use a cajón during later parts of the tour.

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Against All Odds"
  2. "Another Day in Paradise"
  3. "One More Night" (Played on the European leg)
  4. "Wake Up Call" (Played in Liverpool until São Paulo)
  5. "Throwing It All Away" (Played on the Latin American leg, on the North American leg, on the Oceanian leg, on the second European leg and on the United States leg)
  6. "Follow You Follow Me"
  7. "Can't Turn Back the Years" (Played on the European leg, on the North American leg and on the Oceanian leg)
  8. "I Missed Again"
  9. "Hang in Long Enough"
  10. "Don't Lose My Number" (Played on the second European leg and on the United States leg)
  11. "Separate Lives"
  12. "Inside Out" (Played on the Oceanian leg)
  13. "Only You Know and I Know" / "Who Said I Would"
  14. "You'll Be in My Heart" (Played on the North American leg)
Intermission
  1. Drum Duet (played on the European leg by Nicholas Collins and Luis Conte) / Drum Trio (played on the North American leg, on the Oceanian leg, on the second European leg and on the United States Leg by Nicholas Collins, Richie "Gajate" Garcia and Phil, who joins in on the cajon at the second part)
  2. "I Don't Care Anymore" (Played on the European leg)
  3. "Something Happened on the Way to Heaven"
  4. "You Know What I Mean" (Played on the European leg, on the North American leg, on the Oceanian leg, on the second European leg and on the United States leg)
  5. "In the Air Tonight"
  6. "You Can't Hurry Love"
  7. "Dance Into the Light"
  8. "Invisible Touch"
  9. "Easy Lover"
  10. "Sussudio"
  11. "Take Me Home"
Notes
  • During the shows in Liverpool, Royal Albert Hall June 2017, Cologne, Paris, Sheffield, Rio de Janeiro & São Paulo, Collins performed "Only You Know and I Know" before the intermission.
  • During the first six European shows, Collins performed "If You Love Me (Really Love Me)" during the encore.
  • During the remaining shows of his European & Latin American legs, Collins performed "Who Said I Would" before the intermission.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance Box Office
Leg 1 — Europe
2 June 2017 Liverpool England Echo Arena N/A N/A
4 June 2017 London Royal Albert Hall 12,884 / 12,884 $1,521,220
5 June 2017
7 June 2017
11 June 2017 Cologne Germany Lanxess Arena 71,751 / 75,075 $9,382,147
12 June 2017
14 June 2017
15 June 2017
16 June 2017
18 June 2017 Paris France AccorHotels Arena 62,071 / 63,210 $10,683,116
19 June 2017
20 June 2017
22 June 2017
23 June 2017
25 June 2017 Dublin Ireland Aviva Stadium N/A N/A
30 June 2017[a] London England Hyde Park
22 November 2017 Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
24 November 2017 Sheffield FlyDSA Arena 7,539 / 7,539 $924,675
26 November 2017[b] London Royal Albert Hall N/A N/A
27 November 2017[b]
29 November 2017 Manchester Manchester Arena 9,955 / 10,943 $1,268,120
1 December 2017 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro 9,288 / 9,578 $1,197,320
2 December 2017 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena 8,290 / 8,290 $1,051,137
3 December 2017 Birmingham Genting Arena 10,950 / 10,950 $1,563,094
Leg 2 — Latin America
22 February 2018 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Estádio do Maracanã 36,267 / 36,267 $3,558,445
24 February 2018 São Paulo Allianz Parque 82,662 / 94,292 $9,505,515
25 February 2018
27 February 2018 Porto Alegre Estádio Beira-Rio 18,072 / 18,072 $1,404,845
6 March 2018 Monterrey Mexico Auditorio Citibanamex 5,795 / 6,207 $838,410
7 March 2018 Guadalajara Arena VFG 8,774 / 10,993 $894,833
9 March 2018 Mexico City Palacio de los Deportes 24,679 / 29,806 $3,250,117
10 March 2018
13 March 2018 Lima Peru Jockey Club del Perú N/A N/A
15 March 2018 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos 52,460 / 54,144 $5,304,606
17 March 2018 Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario N/A N/A
19 March 2018 Córdoba Argentina Estadio Presidente Perón
20 March 2018 Buenos Aires Campo Argentino de Polo 54,339 / 55,478 $5,867,636
23 March 2018 San Juan Puerto Rico Coliseo José Miguel Agrelot 15,108 / 15,113 $1,620,614
Leg 3 — North America[6]
5 October 2018 Fort Lauderdale, FL United States BB&T Center 13,750 / 13,750 $2,079,690
7 October 2018 Washington, DC Capital One Arena 13,840 / 13,840 $2,039,170
8 October 2018 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center 14,067 / 14,067 $2,107,025
9 October 2018 Boston, MA TD Garden 12,721 / 12,721 $1,977,000
11 October 2018 Toronto, ON Canada Scotiabank Arena 14,686 / 14,686 $1,991,525
13 October 2018 Newark, NJ United States Prudential Center 13,489 / 13,489 $1,978,240
14 October 2018 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center 13,758 / 13,758 $2,209,430
16 October 2018 Montreal, QC Canada Bell Centre 15,529 / 15,529 $1,845,054
18 October 2018 Cleveland, OH United States Quicken Loans Arena 14,161 / 14,161 $1,903,003
19 October 2018 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena 14,640 / 14,640 $2,039,775
21 October 2018 Minneapolis, MN Target Center 12,891 / 12,891 $1,689,190
22 October 2018 Chicago, IL United Center 14,850 / 14,850 $2,330,529
25 October 2018 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena 13,476 / 13,476 $1,859,245
27 October 2018 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena 12,663 / 12,663 $2,754,425
28 October 2018 Los Angeles, CA The Forum 13,866 / 13,866 $2,573,801
Leg 4 — Oceania
19 January 2019 Brisbane Australia Suncorp Stadium 36,261 / 36,261 $4,719,640
21 January 2019 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena 37,100 / 40,098 $5,692,308
22 January 2019
23 January 2019
25 January 2019 Adelaide Adelaide Oval 23,048 / 23,048 $2,675,500
28 January 2019 Perth RAC Arena 25,159 / 25,159 $3,842,770
29 January 2019
1 February 2019 Melbourne AAMI Park 49,705 / 49,880 $7,250,053
2 February 2019
4 February 2019 Christchurch New Zealand AMI Stadium 22,685 / 22,685 $3,357,060
6 February 2019 Napier Mission Estate Winery 27,736 / 27,736 $3,236,910
Leg 5 — Europe (Still Not Dead Yet Live!)
2 June 2019 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
4 June 2019 Lyon France Groupama Stadium 34,163
5 June 2019 Stuttgart Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena 34,038 / 34,038 $4,180,299
7 June 2019 Berlin Olympiastadion 52,126 / 58,014 $6,254,767
8 June 2019 Aarhus Denmark Ceres Park
10 June 2019 Bergen Norway Bergenhus Festning - Koengen
12 June 2019 Stockholm Sweden Friends Arena
14 June 2019 Hannover Germany HDI-Arena 71,559 / 83,326 $8,546,499
15 June 2019
17 June 2019 Milan Italy Mediolanum Forum 6,864 / 6,864 $1,154,770
18 June 2019 Zürich Switzerland Stadion Letzigrund 25,557 / 25,557 $4,021,364
20 June 2019 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark
21 June 2019 Cologne Germany RheinEnergieStadion 70,082 / 79,370 $8,758,228
22 June 2019
24 June 2019 Munich Olympiastadion 38,723 / 38,723 $4,736,295
25 June 2019 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena
26 June 2019 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
Leg 6 — United States (Still Not Dead Yet Live!)
23 September 2019 Dallas, TX United States American Airlines Center 13,561 / 14,115 $2,141,949
24 September 2019 Houston, TX Toyota Center 12,483 / 12,483 $1,992,305
26 September 2019 Tampa, FL Amalie Arena 13,726 / 13,865 $1,976,465
28 September 2019 Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Arena 10,691 / 10,691 $1,884,425
29 September 2019 Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center 14,532 / 14,532 $1,963,910
1 October 2019 Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena 15,260 / 15,260 $1,971,685
2 October 2019 Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena 13,300 / 13,571 $1,545,780
4 October 2019 Buffalo, NY KeyBank Center
6 October 2019 New York, NY Madison Square Garden 26,568 / 26,568 $4,202,395
7 October 2019
9 October 2019 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center 13,360 / 13,360 $1,634,735
11 October 2019 Omaha, NB CHI Health Center
13 October 2019 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
15 October 2019 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena 12,644 / 12,644 $1,885,480
17 October 2019 San Francisco, CA Chase Center 12,181 / 12,430
19 October 2019 Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
TOTAL

Tour band[edit]

  • Phil Collins – lead vocals, percussion (during the Drum Trio since the North American leg)
  • Leland Sklar – bass
  • Daryl Stuermer – lead guitar
  • Ronnie Caryl – rhythm guitar
  • Nicholas Collins – drums, piano (on You Know What I Mean)
  • Brad Cole – keyboards, musical director
  • Arnold McCuller – backing vocals (except the Paris, Dublin and Hyde Park dates)
  • Amy Keys – backing vocals
  • Bridgette Bryant – backing vocals
  • Lamont van Hook – backing vocals
  • Luis Conte – percussion (except the Dublin and Hyde Park dates and until the North American leg)
  • Richie "Gajate" Garcia – percussion (for the Dublin and Hyde Park dates and since the North American leg)
Vine Street Horns
  • Harry Kim – trumpet
  • Dan Fornero – trumpet
  • George Shelby – alto saxophone
  • Luis Bonilla – trombone

Attendance[edit]

  • Pollstar 2017 mid-year: UK/Europe Tour (4 cities/16 shows): 166,204 tickets sold
  • Pollstar Year End 2017: UK/Europe Tour (12 cities/24 shows): 284,152 tickets sold
  • Pollstar: Latin America Tour 2018 ( 12 cities / 14 shows ): 352,285 tickets sold ( Gross: $38 million in U.S. dollars, with an average of $3.17 million per market )
  • Pollstar Year End 2018 ( Nov. 23, 2017 through Nov. 21, 2018 ): 32 cities/34 shows with 606,694 tickets sold ( Gross: $75,5 Million )
  • Pollstar Year End North American Tour 2018 ( 19 cities/20 shows ) 263,105 tickets sold ( Gross: $38 Million ).

Support Act[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The 30 June 2017 concert in London was part of British Summer Time.
  2. ^ a b The 26 and 27 November 2017 concerts in London were originally scheduled to take place on 8 and 9 June 2017.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Phil Collins marks comeback with European tour". BBC. BBC. 17 October 2016. Retrieved 23 October 2016.
  2. ^ "Phil Collins – La voix unique de retour à Paris". accorhotelsarena.com. October 2016. Retrieved 23 October 2016.
  3. ^ "Phil Collins announces Irish tour date for 2017". independent.ie. Retrieved 16 December 2016.
  4. ^ "Phil Collins rushed to hospital and forced to cancel London shows after nasty toilet fall". metro.co.uk. October 2016. Retrieved 8 June 2017.
  5. ^ "Phil Collins Fall & Health: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know". heavy.com. 8 June 2017. Retrieved 15 April 2018.
  6. ^ North American box score: