Supertramp’s Roger Hodgson announces UK tour and special London show

Roger Hodgson
Roger Hodgson (Image credit: Oscar Gonzalez/NurPhoto - Getty)

Supertramp (opens in new tab) co-founder Roger Hodgson (opens in new tab) has announced he’ll tour across the UK next summer – a run of shows which will include an outdoor show at London’s Royal Hospital Chelsea.

The performance on June 13 will be part of Hodgson’s Breakfast In America tour, with the set part of the annual Live At Chelsea Concert Series.

Following the London show, Hodgson will play dates in Liverpool, Glasgow, Birmingham, Brighton and Southend.

A statement reads: “There is a reason fans travel from around the world to see Roger live in concert again and again. Come experience a show that will stay with you for days, if not weeks. 

“See Roger, the singer, songwriter performing his songs that are as popular today as when they were released: Breakfast In America, Give A Little Bit, Take The Long Way Home, Dreamer, The Logical Song, It’s Raining Again, School, Fool’s Overture and so many more.

“Spread this fantastic news and make plans today with friends and family to come to a show – or two!”

Other artists for the sixth edition of the Live At Chelsea Concert Series will be revealed in due course.

Roger Hodgson: Breakfast In America UK 2020 tour
Jun 13: London Live At Chelsea
Jun 14: Liverpool Empire
Jun 16: Glasgow SEC Armadillo
Jun 17: Birmingham Symphony Hall
Jul 07: Brighton Centre
Jul 08: Southend Cliffs Pavillion

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