This week we have been creating live streaming and in person experiences as a part of our Hanson Day 2021 celebration. Check out a selection images captured by Taylor for the limited edition The Worlds A Stage gallery. A few special members will get their hands on a signed numbered limited edition print. The journey is the destination.
MESSAGE FROM THE BAND
Our newest album, Against The World, is officially rolling out, with the first single Annalie available now, and single number two set to release on June 4th, but as much as we are thrilled to see Annalie and ATW going out into the world this week is really all about Hanson.net and Streaming!
This week we are celebrating HANSON Day, with new streaming events everyday, and we have reached the best part of the week, concerts! That’s right tonight and tomorrow night we will be taking the stage for two very different shows. This evening “This Time Around Acoustic”. We will be celebrating our sophomore creation by revisiting TTA and highlighting some of our favorite parts of these long beloved songs. On Saturday, we will be putting the spotlight on the 2021 members EP Crossroads, with a show featuring the new EP, as well as a lot more from the catalog.
The HANSON Days are all about saying thank you to our amazing members who support us even through these crazy times. And we can’t say it enough. It feels good to be back on stage, and it makes us excited to know it is just the start. We will be live streaming concerts in July, August, September and October, so even if you miss us tonight, you can join us in person or online when we do it all again in just over a month.
Now let’s grab this weekend with both hands and sing every song like bad karaoke!!!
Isaac, Taylor and Zac
HANSON DAY 2021
MEMBER EXCLUSIVE: This year “HANSON Day” is happening ALL WEEK LONG with a mix of streaming broadcasts and live concerts May 17th through 23rd!
Festivities kick off with the world premiere of Crossroads, our 2021 Members Only EP, and it all culminates with the HANSON Day live concert on Saturday May 22nd, and Members only Nightcap Sunday the 23rd. We are so grateful for this amazing community of fans that have helped us pull through one of our toughest years ever, and are really excited to share a full week of music, cool projects, and of course our plans for the future. HANSON Day is both a celebration of our anniversary, but also of you, the Hanson.net community, so everything all week long is Members Only, especially the limited in person tickets available for the Friday and Saturdays concerts. We will be playing HNet Explorer every day of the week, as well as hosting virtual Meet and Greets throughout, so no matter where you’re watching from, you will have a chance to get in on the action. We hope you will join us!
For full schedule, streaming tickets and details, CLICK HERE.
AGAINST THE WORLD + CONCERT SERIES
Join Hanson for their monthly concert series featuring brand new music from their 2021 release Against The World, PLUS unique set lists each night featuring a selection of their favorite songs from one of their six previous studio albums.
Tickets available now! Click here for more information.
2021 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES:
JULY 2 – 3 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
AUGUST 6 – 7 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
SEPTEMBER 3 – 4 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
OCTOBER 1 – 2 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
HANSON are making 2021 all about new music with their seventh studio release, Against The World, set to premiere in seven consecutive monthly singles throughout 2021. The debut single is “Annalie,” available today on all digital platforms. “Annalie” displays the band’s influences from craftsmen like Paul Simon and the flavors of South African guitar, while the lyrics reflect Memphis and other musical places from which the band draws its inspiration.
“Annalie welcomes people into this music with an uplifting spirit while highlighting much deeper meaning in the lyrics and story, which is a call out for grace amidst the journey of life. We felt like it was a great song to begin this epic journey,” said Zac Hanson.