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Monday, June 29, 2015

Hanson to Play Two Nights at House of Blues

Concert Announcement

Posted By on Mon, Jun 29, 2015 at 4:39 PM

You might have missed it, but those cute Hanson siblings that gave us the hit tune “MMMbop” in the '90s are all grown up. As if to prove it, they’ve announced the Roots and Rock n’ Roll Tour, a special 10-city tour that'll feature two concerts in each of the 10 major markets. The tour will also mark the launch of the band's craft beer, Mmmhops Pale Ale, in new markets across the country.


"This tour is all about celebrating our musical journey, starting with a night of cover songs that have inspired us, followed by a night of rare tunes and fan favorites. Each night will be a totally unique experience," says Isaac Hanson in a press release.

In addition to the two special concerts, at each tour stop Hanson Brothers Beer will present an after-party, which will feature a special DJ set from Taylor Hanson and showcase Mmmhops Pale Ale. 

Tickets will be sold as a two-night package. The after-party will be available to concert goers as an add-on to the ticket package. The band plays House of Blues on October 13 and 14. Tickets are available starting today for Hanson.net fanclub members, and the public onsale will begin at noon on July 10. Tickets are $80. 

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