Following a sold out 25th Anniversary World Tour and Greatest Hits release, Grammy nominated multi-platinum pop-rock trio Hanson is beginning the next 25 years with a musical project unmatched in their history. Hanson’s String Theory Symphonic Tour will land in Australia in February and March 2019, with stops including the UK, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Australia, with a night at the iconic Sydney Opera House.

String Theory brings together an exciting collaboration of song craftsmanship and symphonic majesty, framing the established trio’s music through a special collaboration with Academy Award winning arranger David Campbell, spawning both a world tour featuring the band playing live with Symphony Orchestras, and their studio double-album now available.

Hanson’s most ambitious musical project to date, String Theory features songs spanning the band’s entire career from MmmBop to Where’s The Love, This Time Around and more, plus brand new or never released to the public songs like Reaching For The Sky and Siren Call.

During the past quarter-century, Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson have made a significant mark in music, beginning with their meteoric rise off the back of 1997 global smash MmmBop. Their debut album Middle Of Nowhere spawned a string of top forty singles, followed by countless radio hits, five more studio albums, multiple Grammy nominations and record sales exceeding 16 million.

The group founded their own independent 3CG Records fifteen years ago, positioning them among the most successful independent bands to date, and since then they have diversified their brand with the founding of the Hanson Brothers Beer Company and The Hop Jam Beer and Music Festival based in their hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma.



Date Venue
Mon 11th Symphony Hall Birmingham
Tue 12th Bridgewater Hall Manchester
Thu 14th Rock City Nottingham
Fri 15th Royal Festival Hall London
Sun 17th Royal Concert Hall Glasgow

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