Two rock groups will visit the capital this spring.

Supertramp visits Ottawa's Scotiabank Place on June 14. However, front man and band founder Roger Hodgson will not be part of the tour.

The show is part of Supertramp's 70-10 Tour, which celebrates 40 years since the release of their first album in 1970. The band will stop in 12 Canadian cities.

Tickets go on sale March 11 at noon. Prices range from $39.50 to $69.50.

The band once played at Ottawa's technical high school in the 1970s before they became popular worldwide.

Some of Supertramp's hits include "Bloody Well Right", "Dreamer", "From Now On", "Goodbye Stranger" and "The Logical Song".

Meanwhile, Kid Rock will also visit the capital on May 31. Tickets for his show, also at Scotiabank Place, go on sale March 12 at 10 a.m. They range in price from $49.50 to $75.50.

Kid Rock released his eighth studio album, Born Free, in November. The album is described as a transformational record. It doesn't have a parental warning sticker.