HANSON are set to return to the UK next month, with their brand new music project, the String Theory Symphonic Tour. Kicking off at the Birmingham Symphony Hall on February 11, making their way around the UK with shows in Manchester, London, and Glasgow, as well as a smaller, symphony-free club date at Nottingham’s Rock City. The tour follows on from their sold out 25th Anniversary World Tour, and Greatest Hits release.
For several years Hanson have dropped hints about their next big musical project.
String Theory was conceived long before The Middle Of Everywhere Tour took off, as Hanson contemplated a symphonized tour for their celebration of 25 years, in 25 cities, with 25 symphonies and their songs given a full orchestral work out.
Currently on their ‘Middle Of Everywhere World Tour’ and on the back of their ‘Greatest Hits’ release, Hanson have just released their new Christmas album, ‘Finally It’s Christmas’ on 3CG Records/S-Curve Records). The pop-rock trio will follow this with a number of special holiday concerts in Toronto, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, before heading to the UK where they’ll be performing at O2 Ritz Manchester.