Hanson is bringing a full symphony orchestra to Minneapolis

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Well this is a combination you never thought you'd see, Hanson and a full orchestra.

Yes, the "MmmBop" hit-makers have announced their latest tour, "Hanson String Theory," will feature a full symphony orchestra, which will follow the release of their upcoming new album, also called "String Theory."

And the good news for Minnesota fans is the tour includes a stop in Minneapolis, with the sibling trio playing the State Theatre on November 4.

Presale tickets for Hanson fan club members become available on Tuesday, with general admission tickets going on sale Friday.

More details can be found here.

There's no information about pricing yet, though tickets at their Tennessee show range from $39 to $79 plus booking fees.

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According to Hanson's website, String Theory sees the trio collaborate with Oscar-winning arranger David Campbell to bring together "song craftsmanship and symphonic majesty."

The concert will include some of Hanson's much-loved hits, including "Where's the Love," "This Time Around," and, obviously, "MmmBop" along with a series of new songs.

Ok...here's MmmBop.

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