Phil Collins has announced he is bringing his Not Dead Yet: Live! tour to Australia next year.
The famed singer and drummer, 67, will take his tour across the country, with stops in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth taking place in January and February.
Collins' visit to Australia will be his first time down under in over 23 years, and comes off the back of hugely successful legs in the UK, Europe and South and Central America.
The Not Dead Yet tour, which heads to North America in October, has received fan and critical acclaim - and has seen tickets sell out in under 15 seconds in some cities.
Collins, who spent a decade recording and touring with rock band Genesis in the 1970s, became a huge star in the early 80s when he released his own albums, including 1981's Face Value and 1982's Hello, I Must be Going.
He went on to release another six solo albums over the next 25 years and had enormous chart success with hits including In the Air Tonight, Against All Odds (Take a Look At Me Now) and One More Night.
© Sydney Morning Herald, by Martin Boulton