TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — Tulsa’s own Hanson Brothers returned to downtown Tulsa with their fourth annual Hop Jam on Sunday.
The beer and music festival lasted from noon to 9:30 p.m. and consisted of food trucks, free concerts and more.
More than 200 different craft beers were provided for tasting and purchasing.
Zac Hanson said they get asked a lot if they ever get tired of doing things together. He said the answer is pretty simple.
“No, because we really couldn’t have a better job than to do what we do, and to add making beer and sharing that to the list of being in a band and all that that entails, it’s pretty awesome,” he said.
Not only was the pop-rock trio celebrating their 25th anniversary, but the brothers were also inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.