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Phil Collins is back. The singer, who recently came out of retirement and released a series of expanded remasters of his eight solo albums, announced Thursday that he will be performing his first concert since 2010 this March.

The performance will take place at a benefit gala for the Little Dreams Foundation, a children’s charity Collins co-founded. The gala takes place at The Fillmore Miami Beach in Miami, Florida on March 11. Collins was actually scheduled to perform at a similar benefit at the same venue in 2014, but pulled out citing health issues.

“People ask me, ‘When are you going to make another record? When are you going out on tour again?'” Collins told EW in a recent interview. “And that makes me want to work. I feel, ‘Yeah, I’ll do that. S—, if there’s an audience…”

Tickets for Collins’ comeback show are on sale on Live Nation currently.

Hear more from Collins’ conversation with EW here.