Following their 25th Anniversary World Tour, Hanson's String Theory Tour has kicked off this summer and will continue into June of 2019. The group has collaborated with David Campbell to create a unique tour which features local Symphony Orchestras from around the country. A String Theory album is also in the works, and is set for release sometime this fall.

The Tour features an impressive list of talented orchestras that include The National Symphony Orchestra and The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. The trio is making stops at some classic venues including The Filene Center at Wolfrap in Vienna, Heinz Hall in Pittsburgh, and The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.

Hanson's String Theory album will feature some of their classic songs remastered with a full symphonic orchestra, while incorporating some brand new tracks. The Album does not have an exact date for release.

You can now purchase tickets for the tour which will be hitting the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia on November 11th.






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