“I want to be the biggest and best I can be”. That was Hannah Wants’ response when we asked her what she wanted to achieve with her career back in 2015. Having played some of the best clubs in the world, recorded an Essential Mix for Radio 1 and scored a top 20 hit with the Daft Punk sampling ‘Rhymes’, she’s definitely delivered on her promise, and her popularity continues to soar.

Back on the road for 2017, she brings her new concept tour, PLAY, to Glasgow this Friday (10th) for a sold out date at SWG3. Promising evolved production and stand-out visuals, the tour will showcase Hannah's artistic progression and developing style in an intense atmosphere.

“I’m really excited to get back in the UK and Ireland, surrounded by some of my closest friends and incredible DJs” she tells us. “PLAY is a concept I’ve been working on for a while now; I’ll be going darker and experimenting with my sound whilst creating the ultimate rave environment.”

Listen to Hannah’s most recent mixtape below and read on for our competition:


We’re giving you the opportunity to win two tickets to Hannah Wants’ sold out date this Friday at SWG3. Simply head over to the SynthGlasgow Facebook and post the word ‘PLAY’ on our wall to enter.

We’ll select two winners at random at 1pm on Thursday 9th February and notify them via Facebook comment on their entry. If we receive no reply from the winner by 1pm the next day, a new winner will be picked. Once we pass on the winner’s name to the event organisers, we then pass on responsibility for entry to the event.

Hannah Wants’ PLAY Tour comes to SWG3 this Friday 10th February. Advance tickets are sold out, however you can still apply for tickets by joining the ‘Waiting List’ on Skiddle.

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