Monthly Archives: December 2016

Hanson 2016 Year in Review

Hanson 2016 Year In Review January Once again Hanson kicked off the new year with their concert event “Back to the Island”, this year they actually did go “back” as the event returned to Jamaica after visiting Cancun, Mexico the year before.  The event had the first show that was postponed due to weather. Fans found out that… Read More »

BTTI Packing Tips!

Once again it’s that time of year where many are gearing up to head to Hanson’s Back to the Island event in Jamaica at the beginning of the year. We have compiled a list of tips & tricks for those who will be attending. -Check your cell phone carrier for international rates.  You may be charged fees for… Read More »

Tuesday Trivia

The venue that Isaac finds is always a great show – probably because of the Neville Brothers is the House of Blues in New Orleans, LA. In a stream, Zac mentioned that there is a song that he and Isaac sometimes sing different lyrics for during live performances. What is the song?

BTTI 2017 Schedule of Events

Wedneday Jan 4 All Day – Arrivals 10pm – HANSON Live Show Thursday Jan 5  10am GREEN pass – Side Excursions 11am RED – Tie Dye 4:30pm ISAAC solo 8pm HANSON show 10:30pm Cards Against Humanity with ZAC After- Late Night Bonfire Friday Jan 6 10am RED pass – Side Excursions 11am GREEN – Tie Dye 4:30pm TAYLOR… Read More »

HNET Newsletter Dec 16, 2016

WEEKLY PIC After spending a couple months in music creation mode working on Christmas music, we still have the studio on the brain. Here’s a pic of Zac tickling the ivories earlier this year while working on new music for MESSAGE FROM THE BAND We are shutting things down this week for the Christmas holiday, but before… Read More »

OKPop Museum finds home in Brady District

Fox23 TULSA, Okla. – Quick Facts: The Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture, OKPOP, will be located across from Cain’s Ballroom David Sharp donated the land near Main and Easton Planning begins in 2017, groundbreaking happens in 2018 The museum will open in late 2019 An underground parking lot will offer 100 spaces 350 collections from Oklahoma artists were… Read More »