Hanson's North American 25th anniversary tour to kick off in Dallas

One of the top boy bands of the 90s are not boys anymore. Hanson will head out on their 25th-anniversary tour this summer across North America showcasing how far they've come in that time. The House of Blues in Dallas announced that Hanson will make their way to the DFW area for a concert on Sept. 12 and tickets are on sale now.

Hanson is best known for the single “MMMBop” which thrust them into superstardom all over the world. The brothers, who were teenagers and pre-teens when the band was at the height of their popularity, are all fathers now, ranging in age from 31 to 37. Now they're ready to sing all their biggest hits once again for their fans, most of whom have all grown up as well.

The 2017 tour is called the Middle of Everywhere 25th Anniversary Tour and starts in Germany in June. A compilation album of Hanson's hits is also set to be released later this year. The Dallas concert is the first North American date for Hanson, followed by a stop in Austin the next night. They will also return to Texas for the final show of the tour in Houston on Oct. 27.

Tickets for the Hanson Dallas concert are on sale now here. Tickets for the Sept. 12 concert at the House of Blues in Dallas range from $40 up to $45. The doors open for the concert at 7 p.m.