Hanson Prep New Single, Album, Music Video & World Tour: See The List Of Dates

By | April 1, 2013


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Hanson are MMMBack (sorry), announcing today (April 1) their big plans for 2013: for the trio’s 21st anniversary, they’re releasing their ninth album, Anthem, on June 18 and they’ll hit the road for a world tour the following month. That’s not all: lead single “Get the Girl Back” is getting a music video starring Kat Dennings (2 Broke Girls) and Nikki Reed (Twilight), and it’ll premiere Thursday (!) on VH1.com. Based on the above single artwork and the fact that the video will feature “an old-school brass section,” it appears they are channeling Justin Timberlake‘s suit-and-tie shit. (Side note: anyone musician who wears a tuxedo this year will be compared to JT.)

This is almost too much to process — comeback videos from Jonas Brothers and the Hanson brothers in the same week?! April’s shaping up to be a good month. Read on to see the band’s tweet with the announcement as well as the list of dates for the first leg of the Anthem tour. Head to Hanson’s official site for ticket information.

New album, new tour,new site,new single all announced!! 2013 is the year of ANTHEM.Hanson.net

— HANSON (@hansonmusic) April 1, 2013

Hanson’s Anthem World Tour July 18 — Buenos Aires, AR (Vorterix) July 20 — Rio De Janeiro, BR (Citibank Hall) July 21 — Sao Paulo, BR (Credicard Hall) August 31 — Boston, MA (House of Blues) September 1 — Long Island, NY (Paramount) September 4 — Richmond, VA (The National) September 8 — Atlanta, GA (Variety Playhouse) September 9 — Birmingham, AL (Workplay Theatre) September 10 — Nashville, TN (Wildhorse Saloon) September 11 — Memphis, TN (Minglewood Hall) September 12 — New Orleans, LA (House of Blues) September 15 — Austin, TX (Antones) September 16 — Dallas, TX (House of Blues) September 17 — Albuquerque, NM (Kimo Theater) September 18 — Denver, CO (Bluebird) September 20 — Salt Lake City, UT (The Depot) September 21 — Las Vegas, NV (Fremont Country Club) September 22 — Tucson, AZ (Rialto) September 24 — San Diego, CA (House of Blues) September 25 — Anaheim, CA (House of Blues) September 26 — Los Angeles, CA (House of Blues) September 28 — Portland, OR (Aladdin) September 30 — Seattle, WA (Neumos) October 2 — Vancouver, BC (Vogue Theatre) October 4 — Regina, SK (Casino) October 5 — Calgary, AB (Deerfoot Casino) October 7 — Sherwood Park, AB (Festival Place) October 8 — Saskatoon, SK (Odeon Event Center) October 9 — Winnipeg, MB (McPhillips Station Casino) October 10 — Winnipeg, MB (McPhillips Station Casino) October 12 — Milwaukee, WI (Pabst Theater) October 13 — Chicago, IL (House of Blues) October 14 — Chicago, IL (House of Blues) October 15 — Lawrence, KS (The Granada) October 17 — St Louis, MO (The Pageant) October 18 — Cincinnati, OH (Bogarts) October 19 — Cleveland, OH (House of Blues) October 20 — Detroit, MI (Crofoot) November 7 — Philadelphia PA (TLA) November 8 — Pittsburgh, PA (Carnegie Music Hall) November 9 — Toronto, ON (Danforth Music Hall) November 10 — Montreal, QC (Corona Theatre) November 12 — Fredericton, NB (The Playhouse) November 14 — Halifax, NS (Casino Nova Scotia) November 15 — Halifax, NS (Casino Nova Scotia) November 16 — Summerside, PEI (Harbourfront Theatre) November 17 — Moncton, NB (Casino) November 20 — Charlotte, NC (Amos)

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