DENVER — Colorado favorite Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) is returning to the Centennial State this summer to perform at Summit Music Hall and Red Rocks Amphitheatre.
After seven consecutive years of annual performances in September, the electronic jam band will shift to play three shows in the Denver-area this July.
The three-day run will start on Friday, July 23 with a show at Summit Music Hall, followed by two shows at Red Rocks on Saturday, July 24 and Sunday, July 25.
Saturday’s performance will see support from Shpongle (Simon Posford Live Set) and Mize.
A Tycho DJ Set and Chrome Sparks DJ Set will round out the lineup on Sunday.
Presale tickets are available now exclusively on Bandcamp.
Tickets to the Summit show are only available as three-night bundles when purchased with tickets to the two nights at Red Rocks.
The band's concept-driven production "Sky World" is a continuation of their beloved 2019 event, "Push the Sky." The Denver dates are a celebration of the Day Out of Time on July 25, the last day of the year for the 13-moon calendar.
“In 2019, we tapped into the epic nature of Red Rocks to help us Push the Sky - a call to come together to face the big challenges of our day and to simply keep pushing in our daily lives,” Hunter Brown of STS9 said. “This year we enter Sky World, that place where we revel in our connection with the stars and together manifest the world we want to make."
Just two months into 2020, STS9 has already played a historic set of shows, just wrapping a four-day takeover at Belly Up Aspen.
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