The handsome Hanson brothers are certainly keeping busy! The blonde trio recently performed at Disney World’s Epcot Food Festival and also took the time out to promote their beer “MMMHops” as well. Plus, Hanson will also be a part of the “Fever and Flash” pop art exhibit in Tulsa’s Philbrook Downton too.
Last Friday, Hanson posted a series of tweets about their performances at the Epcot Food Festival, which took place at Walt Disney World in Florida.
One tweet showed a picture of Hanson and their backup band getting ready to hit the stage while others were simply retweets of the photographs that fans took during the performance.
The Tulsa natives were also on hand to discuss their new craft beer “MMMHops” and actually gave a discussion at the Festival Center in Epcot as well. The fans were able to get a glimpse of the beer making process and learned more about what inspired Isaac, Taylor, and Zac to create their own ale too.
Sadly, the trio was forced to cancel a show yesterday due to the unpredictable Florida weather. The event organizers spotted lightning and deemed the stage to be unsafe for the performers. The unlucky fans were forced to wait for the next show, which took place at 6:45p.m. last night.
Aside from performing at the Epcot Food Festival, Hanson will also be taking part in the “Fever and Flash” pop art exhibit at the Philbrook Downtown as well.
According to Tulsa World, the exhibit explores the pop art of the 1970s and includes the work of artists such as Andy Warhol, Staul Steinberg, and Larry Rivers. However, the museum wanted an audio element to compliment the artists’ vibrant works.
So the curators reached out to musicians such as Hanson, Samantha Craine, and the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne and asked them to create a playlist featuring their favorite bands from that era.
Hanson’s playlist was the first one to be featured at “Fever and Flash” and included songs from the Bee Gees, Three Dog Night, Queen, and the Jackson Five as well. The curators note that the playlists will change every other week, so if there’s a band that you want to here, make sure that you go ASAP!
However, the exhibit itself will be open until March and guests at the Philbrook Downtown are invited to bring their own headphones to “Fever and Flash” so that they can immerse themselves in the music of the 1970s.
For the Hanson fans who don’t live in Tulsa or were unable to visit the exhibit in time to hear their playlist for “Fever and Flash,” you can listen to their song choices here.
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