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Supertramp Line-Ups

DADDY 1969 (the first name of the band)

Rick Davies Keyboards Roger Hodgson Bass guitar Richard Palmer Guitar Keith Baker Drums


SUPERTRAMP 1970

Roger Hodgson (vocals, bass guitar) Rick Davies (vocals, piano-harmonica) Richard Palmer (guitar) Bob Millar (percussion) Dave Winthrop (flutes, saxophones, vocals)


1971 - 1972 (Indelebly Stamped album)

Roger Hodgson (vocals, guitars) Rick Davies (vocals, piano, harmonica) Frank Farrell (bass guitar, piano, accordion, harmony vocals) Kevin Currie (Percussion) Dave Winthrop (flutes, saxophones, vocals)


1973-1983 The Golden decade, 5 albums

Roger Hodgson - vocals, piano, guitars, keyboards Rick Davies - vocals, piano, harmonica, keyboards, Melodica Dougie Thomson - bass Bob Siebenberg - drums, percussion John Helliwell - saxophone, woodwinds, backing vocal, keyboards, melodica


1984-1988 (after Roger, two albums)

Rick Davies - vocals, piano, harmonica, keyboards Dougie Thomson - bass Bob Siebenberg - drums, percussion John Helliwell - saxophone, woodwinds, backing vocal, keyboards, melodica with Marty Walsh - guitars Mark Hart - vocals, keyboards, guitar Lee Thornburg - backing vocals, trombone, trumpet (1987-1988) Steve Reid - percussion (1987-1988) Brad Cole - keyboards, saxophone (1987-1988) Carl Verheyen - guitars (1985-1986)


1997 Somethings Never Change album

Rick Davies - vocals, piano, harmonica, keyboards Bob Siebenberg - drums, percussion Mark Hart - vocals, keyboard, guitar John Helliwell - saxophone, woodwinds, backing vocal, keyboards, melodica Carl Verheyen - guitar Lee Thornburg - backing vocals, trombone, trumpet Cliff Hugo - bass Tom Walsh - percussion


2002 Slow Motion album

Rick Davies - vocals, piano, harmonica, keyboards Bob Siebenberg - drums, percussion Mark Hart - vocals, keyboard, guitar John Helliwell - saxophone, woodwinds, backing vocal, keyboards, melodica Carl Verheyen - guitar Lee Thornburg - backing vocals, trombone, trumpet Cliff Hugo - bass Jesse Siebenberg - backing vocals, percussion, acoustic guitar (playing "Give A Little Bit in live performances)


The early Tours


Supertramp started a new age with this line up, middle 1973, playing in several schools and theaters around UK, until the official "Crime of the Century" tour that started late 1974. (Line up: Rick Davies, Roger Hodgson, John Helliwell, Dougie Thomson, Bob Siebenberg)


1970

LINE UP

  • Richard Davies - Organ, Harmonica, Piano, Electric Piano, Lead Vocals
  • Roger Hodgson - Steel-String & Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Cello, Flageolet, Lead Vocals
  • Robert Millar - Drums, Harmonica
  • Richard Palmer - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Balalaika, Electric Guitar, Lead Vocals

June 5, 1970 Lyceum Theatre, London, ENG (London debut supporting Procol Harum, Argent & Hard Meat)

July 5, 1970 Farx, Southhall, ENG (with Black Widow)

July 14, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supporting The Keef Hartley Band)

July 24, 1970 Marquee, London, ENG (supporting The Groundhogs)

August 16, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (with Writing On The Wall, Trader Horn, Stoics, Wishbone Ash, Heads Hands and Feet)

August 21, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG (supporting Mott the Hopple, with Quintessence)

August 23, 1970 The Wake Arms, Epping, ENG

August 27, 1970 East Afton Farm, Godshill, IOW (Isle of Wight Festival 1970, with Gary Farr, Andy Roberts Everyone, Howl, Black Widow, Groundhogs, Terry Reid, Gilberto Gil)

August 31, 1970 Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG

September 14, 1970 Bristol, ENG (with Ten Years After. The start of their UK tour)

September 17, 1970 Greyhound, Croydon, ENG

October 4, 1970 Birmingham, ENG (The end of their UK tour)

October 9, 1970 Darwin College, Canterbury, ENG (with Blodwyn Pig)

October 29, 1970 Clouds, Derby, ENG

November 27, 1970 Westfield Collge, London, ENG (supporting Mott the Hoople, with Cochise)

November 30, 1970 King's Head, Romford, ENG

December 5 1970, 1970 Liverpool University, Liverpool, ENG

December 10, 1970 Hipnotique, Fossgate, ENG

December 11, 1970 Cannock Chase Technical College, Cannock, ENG

1971

LINE UP

  • Kevin Currie Percussion, Drums
  • Rick Davies Harmonica, Keyboards, Lead Vocals
  • Frank Farrell Bass, Piano, Accordion, Backing Vocals
  • Roger Hodgson Steel-String & Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Bass, Lead Vocals
  • Dave Winthrop Flute, Saxophone Lead Vocals

February 21, 1971 Stowe, ENG (with Genesis)

July 3, 1971 Starlight Rooms, Boston, ENG (supporting T-Rex)

September 27, 1971 St George's Hall, Bradford, ENG (supporting Ten Years After, with Keith Christmas)

November 11, 1971 Hammersmith Town Hall, London, ENG (supporting Gong, with Lady Jane and Charon)

1972

Lots of shows in UK.

April 3, 1972 Festhalle, Bern, SUI

July 7, 1972 Hastings Pier Ballroom, Hastings, ENG (supporting U.F.O., with Listen, Squirrel & Xerox)

Fall 1972 Tour of Scandinavia.

BBC PEEL SESSIONS 1972 - 1974

22/08/1972 - Supertramp TX - 12/09/1972 Pony Express School Everyone Is Listening I Can See

LINE UP Richard Davies (Organ, Vocals) Frank Farrell (Guitar, Vocals) Dave Winthrop (Saxophone, Vocals) Kevin Currie (Drums) Roger Hodgson (Bass, Vocals)


20/11/1972 - Supertramp TX - 23/11/1972 Summer Romance Rudy Pony Express Dreamer

LINE UP Richard Davies (Organ, Vocals) Dougie Thompson (Bass) Dave Winthrop (Saxophone, Vocals) Kevin Currie (Drums) Roger Hodgson (Bass, Vocals)


25/06/1973 - Supertramp TX - 05/07/1973 Chicken Man Down In Mexico Just A Normal Day (& Land Ho, 2/3/74, Rock On)

LINE UP Richard Davies (Organ, Vocals) Dougie Thompson (Bass) Dave Winthrop (Saxophone, Vocals) Kevin Currie (Drums) Roger Hodgson (Bass, Vocals)


23/05/1974 - Supertramp TX - 06/06/1974 TRACKLIST If Everyone Was Listening School Bloody Well Right

LINE UP Richard Davies (Organ, Vocals) Dougie Thompson (Bass) John Anthony Heliwell (Saxophone, Clarinet, Vocals) Bob C. Benberg (Drums) Roger Hodgson (Bass, Vocals)


1974/75 (Crime of the Century Tour)

March 31, 1974 Westcliff, ENG

September 22 - Concert in Chelsea

October Tour around UK (England, Scotland and Wales) 18 - Swansea 19 - Liverpool 21 - Plymouth 22 - Torquay 23 - Guildford 24 - London 25 - Birmingham 26 - Manchester 27 - London 31 - Saint Andrews

November 1 - Aberdeen 2 - Dundee 5 - Bradford 6 - Manchester 8 - Lampeter 9 - Bangor 12 - Stoke 15 - Stoke

December 1 - Preston 2 - Birmingham 9 - Bournemouth 12 - Preston 15 - London

1975

Supertramp UK Tour 1975 (with Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh)

January 23, 1975 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) January 24, 1975 Town Hall, Leeds, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) January 26, 1975 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) January 27, 1975 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) January 29, 1975 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) January 30, 1975 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh)

February 1, 1975 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (supported by Chris De Burgh) February 2, 1975 City Hall, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by Chris De Burgh) February 6, 1975 New Theater, Oxford, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) February 7, 1975 Dome, Brighton, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) February 8, 1975 Civic Hall, Guildford, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) February 9, 1975 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supported by Gallagher & Lyle & Chris De Burgh) February 10, 1975 Guild Hall, Plymouth, ENG February 26, 1975 Paris, FRA

March 9- London

April Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April 4. American Tour begins. Three and half week, 25-city tour of the US and Canada. Supertramp toured the United States for the first time, visiting 25 cities and filling 2000-seat venues.

4 - Milwaukee 6 - Montreal (Canada) 7 - Quebec City (Canada) 9 - Ottawa (Canada) 11 - New York 12 - Boston 13 - Washington 14 - Philadelphia 15 - Detroit 17 - Toronto (Canada) 18 - Buffalo 19 - Cleveland April 20, 1975 Riviera Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Chris De Burgh) 21 - St. Luis 22 - Kansas City 24 - Santa Monica 25 - Santa Monica 26 - Santa Monica

May 25 - Indianapolis

July 15 - Calgary (Canada) 31 - Vancouver (Canada)

August 2 - Montreal (Canada) 4 - Ottawa (Canada) 8 - San Jose 11 - Arlington 12 - Houston 13 - Buffalo 23 - Reading (England)


When the tour ended, Supertramp went to Los Angeles to record Crisis? What Crisis? However, the band did not become really popular in America until two years later, with the release of their fifth album Even In The Quietest Moments. "Give a Little Bit" (Roger Hodgson), the album's first track with it's catchy acoustic guitar intro became an international hit, although not a major one.


1975 ("Crisis? What Crisis?" Tour)

November 13, 1975 Beginning of 30 date UK tour. Colston Hall, Bristol w/ Joan Armatrading. Eight month tour November 1975 - June 1976: two months England, then Europe, While there, Rick, who always sported a heavy beard decided to shave it off. At the next show, frontman John Helliwell, introduced Rick to the audience as "The Turk" and the headlines charged "Turkish piano player is great".

After a farewell concert, in their homeland, at the famed Royal Albert Hall, Supertramp again crossed the Ocean to America. The American and Canadian tours that followed were extensive. But the tour didn't end here. Deciding to spread their music even farther, their next stops were Japan, Australia and finally New Zealand in June 1976.


Supertramp & Joan Armatrading UK Tour 1975 (supported by The Movies)

November 13, 1975 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

November 14, 1975 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG

November 15, 1975 University of Leeds Refectory, Leeds, ENG

November 16, 1975 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG

November 17, 1975 Dome, Brighton, ENG

November 19, 1975 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

November 20, 1975 Guildhall, Portmouth, ENG

November 22, 1975 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

November 23, 1975 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT

November 24, 1975 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

November 25, 1975 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT

November 28, 1975 Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, WAL

November 29, 1975 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

November 30, 1975 Palace Theatre, Manchester, ENG

December 1, 1975 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG

December 2, 1975 Victoria Hall, Hanley, ENG

December 4, 1975 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

December 5, 1975 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG

December 6-7, 1975 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

December 9, 1975 ABC, Hull, ENG

December 11, 1975 Guildhall, Preston, ENG

December 12, 1975 Empire, Liverpool, ENG

December 13, 1975 Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG

December 14, 1975 ABC, Great Yarmouth, ENG

December 16, 1975 ABC, Plymouth, ENG

December 17, 1975 Festival Hall, Torbay, ENG

December 18, 1975 Brangwyn Hall, Swansea, WAL

December 19, 1975 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG

December 20, 1975 Kursaal, Southend-on-Sea, ENG

1976 ("Crisis? What Crisis?" Tour)

Europe

JANUARY 1976 12- Amsterdam, The Concertgebauw 15- Brussels 16- Amsterdam, Congress Hall by the Rye 18- West Berlin 22- Hamburg 24- Hanover, Germany 27- Copenhagen, The Trivoli Gardens (first concert performance of "Soapbox Opera") 29- Lund, Sweden 31- Olso, Norway

FEBRUARY 1976 1 - Stockholm 5 - London -AMERICA- 20 - Allentown 21 - Buffalo 24 - London (Canada) 25 - Hamilton (Canada) 26 - Montreal (Canada) 27 - Quebec City (Canada) 29 - Moncton (Canada)

MARCH 1976 1 - Halifax (Canada) 4 - Burlington 5 - Boston 6 - Philadelphia 9 - Madison 10 - Indianapolis 11 - Sant Luis 12 - Chicago 13 - Milwaukee 14 - Milwaukee 16 - Winnipeg (Canada) 19 - Seattle 20 - Santa Monica 21 - Spokane 23 - Regina (Canada) 24 - Saskatoon (Canada) 25 - Edmonton (Canada) 26 - Calgary (Canada) 27 - Portland 28 - Vancouver (Canada) 31 - Santa Monica

APRIL 1976 1 - Santa Monica 2 - Fresno 3 - Fresno 9 - Berkeley 14 - Denver 20 - Toronto (Canada) 25 - Toronto (Canada)

MAY 1976 -JAPAN- 28 - Tokio 29 - Tokio

JUNE 1976 -AUSTRALIA- 4 - Adelaida 6 - Melbourne 7 - Melbourne 9 - Sydney 10 - Sydney 11 - Sydney 12 - Newcastle 14 - Brisbane 15 - Brisbane 18 - Sydney 22 - Auckland (New Zeland)



1977 (Even in the quietest moments Tour)

130 cities in America, Canada, Europe and England. The tour started 6 April Regina, Canada. The European leg started 28 August, three months. England in mid-October until early November. Supertramp had played to well over 600,000 rabid fans.


APRIL 6 - Regina, Saskatchewan. First leg of tour 7 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 9 - Winnipeg, Manitoba 10 - Winnipeg, Manitoba 11 - Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 12 - Edmonton, Alberta. Concert cancelled because of Roger's illness

April 15, 1977 Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA (Supported by Procol Harum)

April 16, 1977 WSU Performing Arts Coliseum, Pullman, WA (Supported by Procol Harum)

April 17, 1977 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (Supported by Procol Harum)

April 20, 1977 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (Supported by Procol Harum)

April 22, 1977 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (Supported by Procol Harum)

April 23, 1977 Memorial Arena, Victoria, BC (Supported by Procol Harum)

27 - Stockton 28 - Los Angeles, CA 30 - Oakland

MAY 2 - Las Vegas 3 - San Diego 5 - Fresno 6 - Fresno 7 - Bakersfield 9 - Denver. CO 11 - Kansas City 12 - St Louis 13 - Chicago 15 - Detroit 19 - Milwaukee 20 - Milwaukee 21 - Minneapolis 22 - Madison 23 - Indianapolis 24 - Green Bay 25 - Indianapolis 28 - Louisville

JUNE 1 - Toronto, Canada 2 - Toronto, Canada 4 - Niagara Falls, Canada 5 - Rochester 6 - Burlington 10 - Akron 11 - Poukaepsie 12 - Boston 15 - Norfolk 16 - Washington DC 17 - Philadelphia 18 - New York 19 - Allentown 21 - Saratoga 24 - Halifax, Canada 25 - Moncton, New Brunswick 27 - Quebec City 28 - Montreal Forum 29 - Montreal Forum

JULY 2 - Ottawa Civic Center 3 - Ottawa Civic Center 5 - Kingston, Ontario 7 - Sudbury, Ontario 8 - London, Ontario 9 - Kitchener, Ontario 10 - Kitchener, Ontario 14 - Edmonton, Alberta (rescheduled) 15 - Calgary, Alberta (rescheduled) 23 - Dallas, Texas 24 - Houston 25 - San Antonio 28 - Miami, Florida 29 - Miami 30 - Tampa 31 - Jacksonville AUGUST 2 - Memphis 3 - Birmingham 5 - Atlanta 6 - Greensboro 7 - Williamsburg - EUROPE - 28 - Copenhague (Denmark) 30 - Stockholm (Sweden)

SEPTEMBER 1 - Oslo (Norway) 2 - Goteborg (Sweden) 3 - Lund (Sweden) 7 - Hamburg (Germany) 8 - Hannover 10 - Ludwigshaven 11 - Kolhn 13 - Berlin 15 - Dusseldorf 16 - Wiesbaden 18 - Stuttgart 21 - Munich 23 - Geneve (Switzerland) 24 - Bassel 26 - Barcelona (Spain) 28 - Marseille (France) 29 - Lyon 30 - Paris


OCTOBER 4 – Cambrai (France) 5 – Rotterdam (Holland) 6 – Rotterdam (Holland) 7 – Brussels (Belgium) 10 – Amsterdam (Holland) 11 – Amsterdam (Holland) - UK leg of tour - 15 - Birmingham 16 - Birmingham 17 - Liverpool 19 - Manchester 20 - Manchester 21 - Coventry 24 - Newcastle 25 - Edimburgh 26 - Glasgow 27 - Glasgow 30 - Leicester

NOVEMBER 1 – London, Wembly Empire Pool 2 – London 4 – Brighton 5 – New Forest 6 – New Forest 7 – Bournemouth (Inglaterra) 10 – London, Queen Mary College


1979 (Breakfast in America Tour)

Ten month tour. The tour took 52 tons of gear, 10 miles of cable, $5 millions worth of equipment and 40 man crew. Broke all previous concert attendance records in Europe and Canada, made front page headlines full of superlaives and solidified the band's reputation for spectacular rock shows.


MARCH 16- Boulder, Colorado 18- St. Louis, MO 19- St. Louis, MO 20- Kansas City, MO 22- Milwaukee, Wisconsin 23- Milwaukee, WI 24- St. Paul, Minnesota 25- Madison, Wisconsin 27- Green Bay, Wisconsin 28- Chicago, Illinois

APRIL 3- Los Angeles, California - LA Forum 4- Los Angeles, California - LA Forum 5- Oakland, California 8- Tucson, Arizona 9- Phoenix, Arizona 11- San Diego Sports Arena 12- Fresno,California - Selland Arena 13- Fresno, California - Selland Arena 15- Spokane, Washington - Coliseum 16- Missoula, Montana - Adam Field House 18- Seattle, Washington - Coliseum 19- Portland, Oregon - Coliseum 20- Pullman, Washington - WSU Field House 22- Corvallis, Oregon - Gill Coliseum 30- Tulsa, Oklahoma

MAY 1 - Norman, Oklahoma 2 - Ft. Worth, Texas 3 - San Antonia, Texas - Arena 5 - Houston, Texas - Coliseum 7 - New Orleans, Louisiana 9 - Nashville, Tennessee 11 - Miami, Florida 12 - Fr. Meyers, Florida 13 - St. Petersburg, Florida 15 - Atlanta, Georgia - The Omni 16 - Greensboro, North Carolina 17 - Largo - Capitol Center 18 - New Brunswick, Nova Scotia 20 - Detroit, Michigan 21 - Buffalo, NY 23 - Boston, Mass. 24 - Boston, Mass 25 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - The Spectrum 26 - Rochester, NY 27 - Troy, NY 29 - Utica, NY 30 - Springfield Civic Center 31 - Madison Square Gardens, NY (Supertramp is presented with it’s first platinum record awards here)

JUNE 2- Cincinati, Ohio - Riverfront Stadium 3- Indianapolis, Indiana - Market Square Arena 4- Pittsburgh, Penn. - Civic Arena 6- Columbus, Ohio 8- Cleveland, Ohio - Richfield Coliseum 9- Birmingham, Alabama 10- Richmond, Virginia 11- Hampton, Virginia 18- Apple Valley

JULY 9- Winnipeg (Canada) 10- Winnipeg (Canada) 11- Winnipeg (Canada) 16- London (Canada) 19- Toronto - Exhibition Stadium 20- Toronto - Exhibition Stadium 21- Toronto - Exhibition Stadium 24- Montreal (Canada) 25- Montreal (Canada) 28- Ottawa (Canada) 30- Moncton (Canada) 31- Halifax (Canada)

AUGUST 5- Calgary (Canada) 7- Edmonton (Canada) 8- Edmonton (Canada) 10- Vancouver (Canada) 11- Canadian tour ends in Vancouver, British Columbia


EUROPEAN LEG

SEPTEMBER 30- Frankfurt

OCTOBER 1- Mannheim 3- Munich 4- Munich 5- Munich 7- Dortmund 8- Dortmund 10- Vienna 12- Cologne 13- Cologne 15- Rotterdam 16- Rotterdam 17- Rotterdam 19- Antwerp 21- Bremen 22- Bremen 25- Oslo 26- Stockholm 27- Gothenburg 30- London 31- London

NOVEMBER November 1-2, 1979 Wembley Arena, London, ENG 4- Berlin 5- Berlin 8- Barcelona 9- Barcelona 10- Barcelona 12- Madrid 13- Madrid 15- Lisbon 16- Lisbon 19- Bordeaux 20- Avignon 21- Strasbourg 22- Lyon 23- Dijon 25- Nice 27- Nantes 29- Paris 30- Paris

DECEMBER 1- Paris 2- Paris 4- Stuttgart 5- stuttgart 8- Zurich 9- zurich


1983 (Famous last words Tour)

The largest and more succesful tour.

The last tour with Roger Hodgson. Supertramp filled stadiums around the world. Reach some 1.5 million people around the world, Supertramp's most ambitious ever.

For the first time there was some musicians helping the band on stage (Scott Page and Fred Mandel) And for the first time Roger spoke to the audience during the shows (just to say thanks and announcing he leaves the band) after 14 years in the band, what a big achievement for such a very shy man .....


JUNE 1 Stockholm 2 Stockholm 5 Copenhagen 8 Amsterdam 10 Brussels 12 Frankfurt 14 Vienna 17 Cologne 19 Dortmund 21 Hamburg 23 Berlin 24 Paris 26 Nantes 29 London 30 London

JULY 1 London 2 London 3 Lyon 5 Barcelona 7 Madrid 10 Karlsruhe 12 Verona 14 Viareggio 16 Basel 19 Biarritz 21 Nice 23 Munich

AUGUST 5 Philadelphia 6 Hampton 8 Long Island 9 New York 10 Pittsburgh 11 Buffalo 13 Atlanta 15 Baltimore 17 Worcester 18 Montreal 19 Montreal 20 Montreal 22 Ottawa 24 Toronto 25 Toronto 26 Milwaukee 27 Alpine Valley 28 Minneapolis/St.Paul 31 Portland

SEPTEMBER 1 Seattle 3 Vancouver 5 Calgary 6 Edmonton 9 Chicago 10 Detroit 11 Cleveland 13 Indianapolis 14 St. Louis 16 Norman 17 Houston 18 Austin 21 San Diego 23 Los Angeles 24 Los Angeles 25 Irvine


1985 (Brother were you bound Tour)


The first tour after the split (Roger left the band in 1983)

New musicians on stage: Scott Page (saxophone, already in 1983 tour), Mark Hart (keyboards, guitars, vocals), Carl Verheyen (lead guitar), Marty Walsh (guitar)

Carl became lead guitarist, replacing the departing guitarist Roger Hodgson. The band played stadium shows all across the U.S. and Canada . In 1986 the group toured Europe , selling out huge arenas in eight countries. This tour finished with a command performance for Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

After some gigs, the band played in little local clubs, as Rick & the Rockets

September 1985 - CANADA - 23 - St. John’s 24 - St. John’s 25 - St. John’s 27 - Halifax 28 - Moncton 29 - Fredrickton

October 1985 - USA - 2 - Bloomington 4 - Kalamazoo 5 - Buffalo 6 - Lake Placid 7 - Worcester 9 - Troy 11 - Philadelphia 12 - Fairfax 13 - Hampton 14 - New Haven 16 - New York 18 - Cambridge - CANADA - 19 - Ottawa 21 - Quebec City 22 - Montreal 24 - Toronto - USA - 25 - Hartford 27 - Detroit 29 - Chicago 30 - Madison

November 1985 1 - Milwaukee 2 - Minneapolis 4 - St. Luis 5 - Kansas City 6 - Norman 8 - San Antonio 9 - Houston 10 - Dallas 12 - Chicago 14 - Calgary (Canada) 17 - Vancouver (Canada) 18 - Seattle 20 - Los Angeles 21 - Los Angeles 23 - Costa Mesa

1986 (Brother were you bound Tour)

- EUROPE -

January 1986 13 - Caen (France) 14 - París (France) 15 - París (France) 16 - París (France) 17 - París (France) 18 - París (France) 20 - Toulouse (France) 21 - Toulouse (France) 22 - Bordeaux (France) 23 - Nantes (France) 25 - San Sebastián (Spain) 27 - Bilbao (Spain) 28 - Madrid (Spain) 30 - Barcelona (Spain) 31 - Avignon (France)

February 1986 1 - Laussane (Switzerland) 3 - Nice (France) 4 - Clermont Ferrand (France) 5 - Poitiers (France) 6 - Lille (France) 8 - Strasbourg (France) 9 - Metz (France) 10 - Dijon (France) 11 - Lyon (France) 13 - Rotterdam (Holland) 14 - Frankfurt (Germany) 15 - Hamburg (Germany) 16 - Bremen (Germany) 18 - Brussels (Belgium) 19 - Saarbrucken (Germany) 21 - Passau (Germany) 22 - Wurzburg (Germany) 23 - Friedrichshafen (Germany) 25 - Dussseldorf (Germany) 26 - Dortmund (Germany) 28 - Zurich (Switzerland)

March 1986 1 - Ludwigshafen (Germany) 2 - Nuremberg (Germany) 4 - Munich (Germany) 6 - Stuttgart (Germany) 8 - London (UK) 10 - London (UK) 11 - Birmingham (UK) 13 - Nice (France) 14 - Berna (Switzerland) 15 - Berna (Switzerland) 17 - Copenhague (Denmark) 19 - Berlin (Germany)


1988 (Free as a bird Tour)

January 1988 9 – Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) 16 – Sao Paulo (Brazil)

February 1 – Edmonton (Canada) 2 – Calgary (Canada) 4 – Winnipeg (Canada) 6 – Merriville (US) 9 – Ottawa (Canada) 10 – Toronto (Canada) 11 – Montreal (Canada) 13 – Halifax (Canada) 16 – Philadelphia (US) 17 – Philadelphia (US) 22 – Paris (France) 23 – Paris (France) 29 – Kolhn (Germany)

March 1 – Frankfurt (Germany) 2 – Munich (Germany) 4 – Stuttgart (Germany) 6 – Hamburg (Germany) 8 – Rotterdam (Holland) 10 – Brussels (Belgium) 12 – Tours (France) 14 – Grenoble (France) 15 – Clermont (France) 16 – Lyon (France) 18 – San Sebastián (Spain) 19 – Toulouse (France) 20 – Montpellier (France) 22 – Barcelona (Spain) 23 – Valencia (Spain) 24 – Madrid (Spain) 28 – Bordeux (France) 29 – Dijon (France) 30 – Lille (France)

April 2 – Karlsruhe (Germany) 4 – Bolzano (Italy) 5 – Linz (Austria) 6 – Innsbruck (Austria) 8 – Laussane (Switzerland) 9 – Torino (Italy) 11 – Rome (Italy) 12 – Napoli (Italy) 14 – Milano (Italy) 16 – Zurich (Switzerland) 18 – London (UK) 19 – London (UK)


1997 (Somethings never change Tour)


04/28/97 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Annex

04/29/97 -- Copenhagen, Denmark -- Falkoner Theatre

05/01/97 -- Rotterdam, Netherlands -- Ahoy

05/02/97 -- Rotterdam, Netherlands -- Ahoy

05/03/97 -- Brussels, Belgium -- Forest National

05/05/97 -- Paris, France -- Palais Omnisports

05/06/97 -- Paris, France -- Palais Omnisports

05/08/97 -- Lievin, France -- Stade Couvert

05/09/97 -- Metz, France -- Galaxia

05/10/97 -- Strasbourg, France -- Rhenus

05/12/97 -- Geneva, Switzerland -- Geneva Arena

05/13/97 -- Lyon, France -- Halle Tony Garnier

05/14/97 -- Toulon, France -- Zenith Omega

05/16/97 -- Nurburgring, Germany -- Rock In The Ring

05/17/97 -- Nuremberg, Germany -- Rock In The Park

05/18/97 -- Dresden, Germany -- Eisschnelaufbahn

05/20/97 -- Hamburg, Germany -- Sporthalle

05/21/97 -- Berlin, Germany -- Deutschlandhalle

05/22/97 -- Prague, Czechoslovakia -- Prague Sport Hall

05/24/97 -- Katowice, Poland -- Spodek Sporthall

05/25/97 -- Budapest, Hungary -- Sports Hall

05/26/97 -- Vienna, Austria -- Music Hall

05/28/97 -- Imst, Austria -- Open Air Tent

05/29/97 -- Bolzano, Italy -- Palasport

05/31/97 -- Rome, Italy -- Palaeur

06/02/97 -- Milan, Italy -- Forum

06/03/97 -- Zurich, Switzerland -- Hallenstadion Zurich

06/05/97 -- Toulouse, France -- Palais Des Sportes

06/06/97 -- Marseille, France -- Le Dome

06/07/97 -- Nimes, France -- Arenes

06/09/97 -- Pau, France -- Le Zenith

06/10/97 -- Bordeaux, France -- Patinoire

06/11/97 -- Ferrand, France -- Maison des Sport

06/13/97 -- Angers, France -- Amphitheatre

06/14/97 -- Brest, France -- Pace de Penfeld

06/16/97 -- Birmingham, England -- Academy

06/18/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

06/19/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

06/23/97 -- La Coruna, Spain -- Coliseum

06/24/97 -- Lisbon, Portugal -- Praca de Touros

06/26/97 -- Barcelona, Spain -- Palau St. Jordi

06/27/97 -- Murcia, Spain -- Plaza de Toros

06/28/97 -- Málaga, Spain -- Plaza de Toros

06/30/97 -- Zaragoza, Spain -- Principe Felipe

07/01/97 -- Valencia, Spain -- Jardines De Los Viveros

07/02/97 -- Madrid, Spain -- Sport Palace

07/04/97 -- Monte Carlo, Monaco -- Sporting Club

07/05/97 -- Monte Carlo, Monaco -- Sporting Club

07/06/97 -- Monte Carlo, Monaco -- Sporting Club

07/07/97 -- Montreux, Switzerland -- Montreux Jazz Festival

07/15/97 -- Holmdel, New Jersey -- P.N.C. Bank Arts Center

07/18/97 -- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- Mann Music Center

07/19/97 -- Wantagh, New York -- Jones Beach Ampitheatre

07/20/97 -- Buffalo, New York -- Darien Lake P.A.C.

07/22/97 -- Quebec City, Quebec -- Coliseum de Quebec

07/23/97 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Molson Centre

07/25/97 -- Ottawa, Ontario -- Corel Centre

07/26/97 -- Toronto, Ontario -- Molson Ampitheatre

07/28/97 -- Chicago, Illinois -- Rosemont Theatre

07/29/97 -- Clarkston, Michigan -- Pine Knob Music Theatre

07/30/97 -- Milwaukee, Wisconsin -- Marcus Ampitheatre

07/31/97 -- St. Louis, Missouri -- Riverport Ampitheatre

08/04/97 -- Saskatoon, Saskatchewan -- Saskatchewan Place

08/05/97 -- Edmonton, Alberta -- Edmonton Coliseum

08/06/97 -- Calgary, Alberta -- Saddledome

08/08/97 -- Vancouver, British Columbia -- Gen.Motors Place

08/09/97 -- Ellensburg, Washington -- The Gorge

08/11/97 -- Concord, California -- Concord Pavilion

08/14/97 -- Los Angeles, California -- Greek Theatre

08/15/97 -- Los Angeles, California -- Greek Theatre

09/17/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

09/18/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

09/19/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

09/20/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

09/21/97 -- London, England -- Royal Albert Hall

09/24/97 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- S.E.C.C.

09/26/97 -- Sheffield, England -- Arena M

09/27/97 -- Manchester, England -- Nynex Arena

09/28/97 -- Dublin, Ireland -- Point

09/30/97 -- Orleans, France -- Zenith

10/01/97 -- Rotterdam, Netherlands -- Ahoy

10/02/97 -- Rotterdam, Netherlands -- Ahoy

10/04/97 -- Caen, France -- Zenith

10/05/97 -- Paris, France -- Bercy

10/06/97 -- Grenoble, France -- The Palais Des Sports

10/08/97 -- Rennes, France -- Le Liberte

10/09/97 -- La Rochelle, France -- Hall Expo

10/11/97 -- Brussels, Belgium -- Forest National

10/12/97 -- Munich, Germany -- Olympic Hall

10/13/97 -- Frankfurt, Germany -- Festhalle

10/15/97 -- Bremen, Germany -- Stadhalle

10/16/97 -- Bielefeld, Germany -- Seidenstickerhalle

10/17/97 -- Koeln, Germany -- Sporthalle

10/19/97 -- Kiel, Germany -- Osteehalle

10/20/97 -- Rostock, Germany -- Stadhalle

10/22/97 -- Mulhouse, France -- Parc Expo

10/23/97 -- Zurich, Switzerland -- Hallenstadion

10/24/97 -- Geneva, Switzerland -- Arena

10/25/97 -- Marseilles, France -- Le Dome

10/27/97 -- Le Mans, France -- Antares

10/28/97 -- Lille, France -- Zenith

10/29/97 -- Nancy, France -- Zenith

10/30/97 -- Stuttgart, Germany -- Schleyerhalle



2002 (Slow motion Tour)


The official name of the tour was "One more for the road" tour.

Jesse Siebenberg improved his role in the band (percussions, acoustic guitar, special sounds & effects). He performed "Give a little bit" (Roger Hodgson song) with a 12 strings guitar.

European leg: more than 60 gigs form April to July around Europe. American leg: more than 20 gigs in Canada and USA in August and September

EUROPE

Date: April 18, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Benidorm, Spain Venue: Bullring

Date: April 20, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Lisbon, Portugal Venue: Pavilhao Atlantico

Date: April 21, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Lisbon, Portugal Venue: Pavilhao Atlantico

Date: April 23, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: La Coruma, Spain Venue: Coliseo

Date: April 25, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Malaga, Spain Venue: Sports Palace

Date: April 26, 2002 (Friday) Location: Granada, Spain Venue: Sports Palace

Date: April 27, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Madrid, Spain Venue: Palacio Vistalegre

Date: April 28, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Barcelona, Spain Venue: Palace St. Jordi

Date: April 30, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Vitoria, Spain Venue: Fernando Buesa Arena

Date: May 2, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Bordeux, France Venue: Patinoire Meriadeck

Date: May 3, 2002 (Friday) Location: Pau, France Venue: Zenith

Date: May 4, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Marseille, France Venue: Dome

Date: May 6, 2002 (Monday) Location: Paris, France Venue: Bercy

Date: May 7, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Paris, France Venue: Bercy

Date: May 8, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Rouen, France Venue: Zenith

Date: May 10, 2002 (Friday) Location: Metz, France Venue: Galaxia

Date: May 11, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Antwerp, Belgium Venue: Sports Palais

Date: May 12, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Rotterdam, Holland Venue: Ahoy

Date: May 13, 2002 (Monday) Location: Rotterdam, Holland Venue: Ahoy

Date: May 15, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Lille, France Venue: Zenith Arena

Date: May 16, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Caen, France Venue: Zenith

Date: May 18, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Lyon, France Venue: Halle Tony Garnier

Date: May 19, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Nice, France Venue: Nikita

Date: May 20, 2002 (Monday) Location: Toulon, France Venue: Zenith Omega

Date: May 22, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Zurich, Switzerland Venue: Hallenstadion

Date: May 23, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Geneva, Switzerland Venue: Arena

Date: May 24, 2002 (Friday) Location: Nimes, France Venue: Arenes

Date: May 26, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Strasbourg, France Venue: Halle Rhenus

Date: May 27, 2002 (Monday) Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg Venue: Ice Ring

Date: May 30, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Oberhausen, Germany Venue: Arena

Date: May 31, 2002 (Friday) Location: Bonn, Germany Venue: Museumsufer

Date: June 1, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Braunschweig, Germany Venue: VW Hall

Date: June 2, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Hannover, Germany Venue: Preussag Arena

Date: June 4, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Stuttgart, Germany Venue: Schleyerhalle

Date: June 5, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Munich, Germany Venue: Olympialle

Date: June 6, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Bregenz, Austria Venue: Seebuhne

Date: June 7, 2002 (Friday) Location: Mannheim, Germany Venue: Eisstadion

Date: June 9, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Bad Mergentheim, Germany Venue: Schlobhof

Date: June 10, 2002 (Monday) Location: Dresden, Germany Venue: Kulturpalast

Date: June 11, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Berlin, Germany Venue: Waldhbune

Date: June 13, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Erfurt, Germany Venue: Messehalle

Date: June 14, 2002 (Friday) Location: Fulda, Germany Venue: Schlobplatz

Date: June 15, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Frankfurt, Germany Venue: Jahrunderthalle

Date: June 16, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Regensburg, Germany Venue: Donahulle

Date: June 18, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Vienna, Austria Venue: Gasometer

Date: June 21, 2002 (Friday) Location: Bologna, Italy Venue: Made In Bo

Date: June 22, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Rome, Italy Venue: Valle Giulia

Date: June 24, 2002 (Monday) Location: Milan, Italy Venue: Idropark

Date: June 25, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Treviso, Italy Venue: Campo Fiera

Date: June 26, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Torino, Italy Venue: Palastampa

Date: June 28, 2002 (Friday) Location: Budapest, Hungary Venue: Kisstadion

Date: June 29, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Bad Reichenhalle, Germany Venue: Altes Suline

Date: July 5, 2002 (Friday) Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco Venue: Sporting Club

Date: July 6, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Monte Carlo, Monaco Venue: Sporting Club

Date: July 8, 2002 (Monday) Location: St. Dizier, France Venue: Festiv'Etes

Date: July 9, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Aix Le Bains, France Venue: Theatre de Verdure

Date: July 12, 2002 (Friday) Location: Hamburg, Germany Venue: Stadtpark

Date: July 13, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Hamburg, Germany Venue: Stadtpark

Date: July 14, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Halle, Germany Venue: Gerry Weber Stadium

Date: July 16, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Glasgow, Scotland Venue: Armadillo

Date: July 17, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Edinburgh, Scotland Venue: Playhouse

Date: July 19, 2002 (Friday) Location: Liverpool, UK Venue: Kings Dock

Date: July 20, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Leicester, UK Venue: De Montfort Hall Amphitheatre

Date: July 21, 2002 (Sunday) Location: London, UK Venue: Hyde Park

Date: July 23, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Zurich, Switzerland Venue: Landesmuseum

Date: July 24, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Nyon, Switzerland Venue: Paleo

NORTH AMERICA

Date: August 20, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: St. John's, Newfoundland Venue: Mile One Stadium

Date: August 22, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia Venue: Halifax Metro Centre

Date: August 23, 2002 (Friday) Location: Saint John, New Brunswick Venue: Harbour Station

Date: August 24, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Moncton, New Brunswick Venue: Moncton Coliseum

Date: August 26, 2002 (Monday) Location: Quebec City, Quebec Venue: L'Agora

Date: August 27, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Kanata, Ontario Venue: WordPerfect Theatre at the Corel Centre

Date: August 29, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Toronto, Ontario Venue: Molson Amphitheatre

Date: August 30, 2002 (Friday) Location: Buffalo, New York Venue: Darien Lake

Date: August 31, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Walkerton, Ontario Venue: Walkerton Ball Diamond

Date: September 4, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Montreal, Quebec Venue: Molson Centre

Date: September 5, 2002 (Thursday) Location: New York, New York Venue: Beacon Theatre

Date: September 7, 2002 (Saturday) Location: Sudbury, Ontario Venue: Sudbury Arena

Date: September 8, 2002 (Sunday) Location: Thunder Bay, Ontario Venue: Fort Williams Gardens

Date: September 9, 2002 (Monday) Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba Venue: Winnipeg Arena

Date: September 10, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Regina, Saskatchewan Venue: Regina Agridome

Date: September 12, 2002 (Thursday) Location: Edmonton, Alberta Venue: Skyreach Center

Date: September 13, 2002 (Friday) Location: Calgary, Alberta Venue: Pengrowth Saddledome

Date: September 16, 2002 (Monday) Location: Vancouver, British Columbia Venue: Pacific Coliseum

Date: September 17, 2002 (Tuesday) Location: Kelowna, British Columbia Venue: Skyreach Place

Date: September 18, 2002 (Wednesday) Location: Kelowna, British Columbia Venue: Skyreach Place

Date: September 20, 2002 (Friday) Location: Los Angeles, California Venue: Universal Amphitheatre


2010 (70-10 Tour)

The tour begun on September 2, 2010 in Halle, Germany and included thirty-five shows in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, Holland, England and Ireland.

Joining Supertramp’s founder, lead singer and keyboardist, Rick Davies, were legendary Supertramp members John Anthony Helliwell, saxophones and woodwinds, and Bob Siebenberg, drums. Veterans of past Supertramp tours, Jesse Siebenberg, lead vocals, guitars and percussion, Cliff Hugo, bass, Carl Verheyen, guitars and Lee Thornburg, horns, rounded out the lineup.


EUROPE

Sep 02 Gerry Weber Stadion Halle, Germany

Sep 04 Warsteiner Hockeypark Mönchengladbach, Germany

Sep 05 Ganser Open Air Freiburg, Germany

Sep 07 Arena Verona, Italy

Sep 08 Stadshalle Vienna, Austria

Sep 11 Coruna Coruna, Spain

Sep 12 Atlantico Lisbon, Portugal

Sep 14 Palacio Cristal Porto, Portugal


Sep 15 Palacio Deportes Madrid, Spain

Sep 17 Bilbao Exhibition Centre, Barakaldo Bilbao, Spain

Sep 18 Palau Sant Jordi Barcelona, Spain

Sep 20 Olympiahalle München, Germany

Sep 22 Nuremburg Arena Nuremburg, Germany

Sep 23 Sap Arena Mannheim, Germany

Sep 24 Messehalle Erfurt, Germany

Sep 26 Color Line Arena Hamburg, Germany

Sep 27 O2 Arena - Berlin, Germany Berlin, Germany

Sep 29 TUI Arena Hanover, Germany

Sep 30 Arena - Leipzig, Germany Leipzig, Germany

Oct 01 Festhalle Frankfurt, Germany

Oct 03 Lanxess Arena Cologne, Germany

Oct 04 Gelredome Arnhem, Netherlands

Oct 06 The 02 Arena (London) London, United Kingdom

Oct 08 The 02 (Dublin) Dublin 1, Ireland

Oct 10 Sportpaleis Merksem, Belgium

Oct 12 Zenith (Nantes) Nantes, France

Oct 14 Zenith d’Auvergne Clermont Ferrand, France

Oct 15 Geneva Arena Geneva, Switzerland

Oct 16 Halle Tony Garnier Lyon, France

Oct 18 Bercy Paris, France

Oct 20 Le Zenith Toulouse, France

Oct 21 Zenith Omega Toulon, France

Oct 23 Torino Palavela Turin, Italy

Oct 24 Scheeyerhalle Stuttgart, Germany

Oct 25 Hallenstadion Zürich, Switzerland

Oct 27 Zenith Arena Lille, France

Oct 28 Bercy Paris, France


2011 (70-10 TOUR)

This leg of the tour begun on May 31, 2011 in Victoria, Canada and included stops in twelve Canadian cities including Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec City. In July, Supertramp returned to France visiting, Rouen, Strasbourg and more. The band also performed a couple of nights at the legendary Monte Carlo Sporting Club.


Once again, joining Supertramp’s founder, lead singer and keyboardist, Rick Davies, were legendary Supertramp members John Anthony Helliwell, saxophones and woodwinds, and Bob Siebenberg, drums. Veterans of past Supertramp tours, Jesse Siebenberg, lead vocals, guitars and percussion, Cliff Hugo, bass, Carl Verheyen, guitars and Lee Thornburg, horns, rounded out the lineup. Cassie Miller and Gabe Dixon, who joined the band last fall, were back too.


CANADA 2011

May 31 Victoria Save On Memorial Centre Victoria, Canada

Jun 02 Vancouver Rogers Arena Vancouver, Canada

Jun 03 Kelowna BC Prospera Place Kelowna BC, Canada

Jun 04 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary, Canada

Jun 05 Edmonton Rexall Place Edmonton, Canada

Jun 07 Saskatoon Credit Union Center Saskatoon, Canada

Jun 08 Winnipeg MTS Centre Winnipeg, Canada

Jun 11 London John Labatt Centre London Ontario, Canada

Jun 12 Toronto Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Toronto, Canada

Jun 14 Ottawa Scotiabank Place Ottawa, Canada

Jun 15 Quebec City Agora Quebec City, Canada

Jun 16 Montreal Bell Centre Montreal, Canada

EUROPE 2011 Jul 07 Zénith (Rouen) Rouen, France

Jul 08 Zénith (Strasbourg) Strasbourg, France

Jul 10 Nimes - - Le Festival de Nimes at Les Arènes Nimes, France

Jul 13 Monte Carlo Sporting Club Monte Carlo

Jul 14 Monte Carlo Sporting Club Monte Carlo

Jul 15 Carcassonne - Festival de Carcassonne Carcassonne, France

Jul 16 Festival Vieilles Charrues 2011, Carhaix, France


2015 (Supertramp Forever Tour)

CANCELLED

Supertramp cancelled their European concert tour due to the "aggressive" cancer treatment its co-founder and vocalist Rick Davies was undergoing.

November 3 - Oporto, Portugal - Gondomar Pavilion November 4 - Lisbon, Portugal - Meo Arena November 6 - Madrid, Spain - Barclaycard Center November 7 - Barcelona, Spain - Palau Sant Jordi November 9 - Milan, Italy - Mediolanum Forum November 11 - Geneva, Switzerland - Geneva Arena November 13 - Marseille (France) - Le Dome November 14 - Montpellier, France - Zenith November 16 - Nantes, France - Zenith November 18 - Toulouse, France - Zenith November 19 - Bordeaux, France - Patinoire Meriadeck November 22 - Lyon, France - Halle Tony Garnier November 24 - Oberhausen, Germany - Konig-Pilsener Arena November 25 - Zurich, Swuitzerland - Hallenstadion November 26 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle November 28 - Ischgl's, Austria - Ski Lodge November 29 - München, Germany - Olympiahalle November 30 - Strasbourg, France - Zenith December 1 - Lille, France - Zenith December 4 - Paris, France - Bercy Arena December 5 - Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxemborg - Rockhall December 7 - London, UK - O2 Arena December 9 - Brussels, Belgium - Palais 12 December 10 - Hamburg, Germany - 02 World Arena December 11 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Ziggo Amsterdam

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