Hanson bringing 'MMMBop' back to Minnesota for 25th anniversary tour

It's to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
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Hanson is coming to Minneapolis.

Yes, the popular 1990s boy band group behind "MMMBop" is going on tour to celebrate their 25th anniversary, and the Middle of Everywhere Tour includes a stop at First Avenue on Oct. 10, First Avenue's website says.

Hanson 'Middle of Everywhere' Tour

Hanson - 25th Anniversary - Middle of Everywhere Tour - will be at First Avenue on October 10. Tickets are onsale this Saturday, March 18 at 10AM.

Posted by First Avenue & 7th St Entry on Monday, March 13, 2017

"Making music together for 25 years is a milestone that we had to acknowledge, and what better way to do it than with an anniversary tour,”"keyboardist Taylor Hanson said in a news release.

Brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac started their band in 1992, and then become world famous in 1997 with the release of their album Middle of Nowhere, which includes the hit single "MMMBop."

The Middle of Everywhere Tour will feature more than 20 years of music, along with new music that'll be released in 2018, the release says. The brothers also plan to release a Middle of Everywhere – Greatest Hits collection later this year, which will include their brand new single "I Was Born."

Tickets for the First Avenue stop are $40, and go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m.. For more information on ticket sales, click here.

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