your chance to attend the afternoon soundcheck
before the show and see Roger rehearsing with
his band and orchestra and/or come backstage
after the concert for a Meet and Greet and photo
with Roger and receive a keepsake commemorative
Laminate for both. Adding
soon an Autographed Breakfast in America World Tour setlist.
Act quickly, as there are a limited number of packages for each show. All packages are offered as an add-on for valid ticket holders. For ticket links, visit the Tour page here on the site.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a beautiful holiday season filled with love, peace and joy. I am deeply grateful to have my life be so very blessed by so many wonderful, loving, caring fans and friends. Thank you for touching my heart with your love and enthusiasm of my music and I want you all to know how much appreciation and love I have for all of you. May this coming year be one of renewed hope, love, happiness and ‘giving a little bit’ of kindness and care to each other in the spirit of Christmas. I look forward to seeing you, your family and friends in 2019 on my Breakfast in America 40th Anniversary World Tour.
With love, Roger
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an excerpt from
Roger's recent interview
with Otaga Daily Times. Read
what Roger shares about his
upcoming tour of New Zealand
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Star promises fans an 'incredible' show By Josh Walton
Supertramp’s lyrical maestro Roger Hodgson speaks to Josh Walton to ‘‘give a little bit’’ of an insight into his career and what inspires him, ahead of his headline act at the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert on January 19.
Roger Hodgson, co-founder and voice of pop-rock sensation Supertramp, is ready to bring a wave of nostalgia to Otago.
His set at the Gibbston Valley Winery Summer Concert on January 19 will feature some of the band's classics, as well as songs from his solo career since leaving the group in 1983.
''People are in for an incredible experience,'' Hodgson (68) said.
During his 14 years with Supertramp, Hodgson wrote and sang most of the anthems that brought the band worldwide fame.
Hit songs such as Give a Little Bit, The Logical Song and Breakfast in America helped the band sell more than 60 million albums since forming in 1969.