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Veteran art rockers Supertramp are set to arrive in Munich as part of their European tour next month.

The band, featuring lead singer and keyboardist Rick Davies, John Anthony Helliwell on saxophones and woodwind and drummer Bob Siebenberg, will play the Olympiahalle on September 20th.

Entitled the 70 - 10 Tour, Supertramp's 35-date jaunt across Europe begins in Germany on September 2nd and will celebrate 40 years since the release of their self-titled debut album.

The band have pledged to deliver a "plethora of classics" from their career during the live shows, which will feature a new stage production devised by Davies and lighting designer Michael Brian Duncan.

According to the group's official website, the 70 - 10 concerts will "provide the audience with a total Supertramp experience, a delight for both the eyes and ears".

People using Munich hotels can buy tickets for the gig online, with prices ranging from €44.40 to €84.65 (£36.20 and £69).

Songs expected to feature in the site include Bloody Well Right, Dreamer, From Now On, Goodbye Stranger, The Logical Song and Rudy.

Supertramp's live line-up is completed by singer, guitarist and percussionist Jesse Siebenberg, Cliff Hugo on bass, guitarist Carl Verheyen and Lee Thornburg on horns.

Known for their ambitious concept albums, Supertramp enjoyed major success with their sixth long-player Breakfast in America in 1979, which spawned two top ten hits in the UK.

Their last studio release was Slow Motion, which came out in 2002 and featured one song written by the band's original line-up in the early 1970s.

Part of Munich's Olympic Park, the Olympiahalle was built in 1972 and can hold up to 15,000 people. The venue has hosted a large number of major sporting and entertainment events over the years, including the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2007.

For more information on this event, visit the Olympiahalle website or contact the venue on (+49) 08021 1775 057.

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