NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 30, 2021) – Twin country duo, The Hobbs Sisters, will be hitting the road this summer for their “Turn It Up Tour.” The tour kicks off in West Virginia on July 3 and runs through mid-October in support of their upcoming debut album, Turn It Up, which is set to be released July 23. Tickets and more information on the tour can be found here.
“We are thrilled to be back on the road this Summer and Fall! We can’t wait to share our music and our show with live audiences again. From returning to some of our favorite venues to heading to new places we are so excited for the Turn It Up Tour!” says the sisters.
Lauren and Hannah Hobbs’ vocals and incredible songwriting are showcased on the forthcoming album and are sure to translate flawlessly into their signature, energetic live performances. After a year apart, join The Hobbs Sisters on tour to celebrate the return of live music with friends and family. Check out their latest single “Turn It Up” by pre-ordering or pre-saving the album here!
“Turn It Up Tour” Dates:
July 3 – Alderson, W.Va. – Alderson 4th of July
July 10 – Cranberry, Pa. – Cranberry Community Days
July 19 – Nashville, Tenn. – Whiskey Jam
July 23 – Weirton, W.Va. – Weirton Summer Concerts
July 30 – Dunbar, Pa. – Fayette County Fair
July 31 – Shippensburg, Pa. – Shippensburg Fair
Aug. 1 – Champion, Pa. – Seven Springs Ribfest
Aug. 6 – Westminster, Md. – Carroll County Fair
Aug. 7 – Clearfield, Pa. – Clearfield County Fair w/ Russell Dickerson and Jameson Rodgers
Aug. 18 – Washington, Pa. – Washington County Fair
Aug. 19 – Lewisburg, W.Va- State Fair of West Virginia
Aug. 21 – Murfreesboro, Tenn. – Puckett’s Murfreesboro
Sept. 1 – Schaghticoke, N.Y. – Schaghticoke Fair
Sept. 24 – Westover, Pa. – Harmony Grange Fair
Oct. 15 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – Rivers Casino
About The Hobbs Sisters
The Hobbs Sisters are a modern country duo that brings a combination of big voices, twin sister harmonies and high energy performances to the stage. They are based out of Nashville, Tenn. and continue to build their fan base by performing at various fairs, festivals and venues. They have opened for national acts such as Lady A, Charlie Daniels and Brett Eldredge. Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, The Hobbs Sisters, Hannah and Lauren, were always singing. They credit both their grandfather, Pappaw John, and the church choir for getting them into music. It was their grandfather who first exposed them to country music and playing the guitar. They began performing as a duo in the Pittsburgh area, as well as in Winston Salem, N.C., where they graduated from Wake Forest University. From their harmony-driven original songs to their unique interpretations of country covers, The Hobbs Sisters are making a name for themselves as singers, songwriters and entertainers. For more information visit www.thehobbssisters.com.