Summary

- American band OneRepublic to play at half time during Bayern's game with Hannover.

- The record champs will be officially presented with the Meisterschale for the 25th time at full time on Saturday.

- Traditional party with the fans at Munich's Marienplatz to follow on Sunday.

FC Bayern München's traditional championship celebrations will include some very special guests this year, with Grammy-nominated American pop-rock band OneRepublic set to perform at the Allianz Arena on the season's final day.

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As is their tradition, the Bavarian club have several treats in store for the supporters in their last home game of the campaign. Ahead of kick-off (15:30CEST/13:30GMT), there will be a parade of Bayern legends from down the years, including Franz Beckenbauer, Michael Ballack and recently-retired Italian striker Luca Toni, who played for the Reds between 2007 and 2010.

American band OneRepublic will perform their new single at half-time on Matchday 34.

Bayern goes Superbowl

At half time in the game against already-relegated Hannover, the festivities will continue with OneRepublic performing their new single 'Wherever I go' in front of the 75,000-strong crowd.

At full time, Bayern will then officially be presented with the Meisterschale to mark the club's 25th title of the Bundesliga era, with individual medals to follow. Those lucky enough to have a ticket can expect emotion, elation and plenty of beer flying around the place.

Pep Guardiola is used to the customary wheat-beer showers that go hand-in-hand with Bayern's title celebrations.

Gathering at Marienplatz

The following day, the party will continue at 13:30CEST at Marienplatz in Munich's city centre, where the Allianz Arena's stadium announcer Stephan Lehmann and DJ Bernhard Fleischmann will warm up the crowd.

At around 14:30CEST, the squad, coaches and club bosses will, as tradition dictates, take to the balcony of the city's old town hall to address the assembled fans and carry on the celebrations.

If all that alone wasn't enough of an attraction, there is also the possibility of some free beer if you find yourself among the thousands at Marienplatz. It promises to be quite a weekend.