Phil Collins is coming to Europe.
After a few years outside the spotlight, the British superstar returns to the live scene with a number of European shows.
With 100 million sold albums in their own name, number one album worldwide and songs that have been soundtracked in millions of people's lives, Phil Collins is a legend and an icon for fans around the world.
This summer, Phil Collins is taking the tour of Europe. He opens his tour - Still Not Dead Yet Live - in Vienna on June 2nd and ends on June 26 in Warsaw, Poland.
Niedersachsenstadion is a football stadium in Hanover, Lower Saxony, Germany, which is home to Bundesliga football club Hannover 96.
The original 86,000 capacity stadium was completed in 1954 and has since been rebuilt several times for various major football events. Today it has 49,000 covered seats. During the World Cup 2006 the stadium was named FIFA World Cup Stadium, Hanover.
Through a sponsorship deal, the stadium's official name is currently HDI-Arena. Between 2002 and 2013 a similar arrangement saw the stadium renamed as the AWD-Arena.