STS9: Massive Summer Tour

STS9 Summer Tour

STS9
STS9 has announced its MASSIVE SUMMER 2010 TOUR, which kicks off with "An Evening of Acoustic STS9" aka "AXE THE CABLES" at the Blender Theatre at Gramercy in New York City on Wednesday August 11. This evening will kick off a month-plus long tour as the band sets off on an incredible excursion to America's finest cities in various amphitheatres, clubs and theaters along the way.

Over the course of three nights this coming August in the Northeast, the band will be sharing the stage with Lotus, The Album Leaf and more. The weekend includes stops at New York City's Roseland Ballroom (THU 8/12), Boston's Bank America Pavilion (FRI 8/13) and finishing up at Festival Pier at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia, PA (SAT 8/14) along with the tour's opening night at the Blender Theatre in NYC.

STS9 will take on The Windy City for multiple nights with Bassnectar, Big Gigantic and more with performances at The House of Blues, Charter One Pavilion and more.

STS9 will also join forces with The Disco Biscuits for one of the dirty south's biggest weekend of the summer this coming August to perform at the famed Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park in Alpharetta, GA on Saturday, August 28. Along with this event, STS9 will perform at the legendary Tabernacle on Friday, August 27 while the Biscuits close out the weekend with a show of their own on Sunday, August 29 at The Tabernacle. Tickets for SUMMER TOUR are ON-SALE NOW EXCLUSIVELY THRU STS9Store.com.

For more on STS9 and their recent album Ad Explorata, see our recent feature/interview with Zach Velmer and Hunter Brown here.

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[Published on: 4/2/10]

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