Sound Tribe Sector 9 have announced their annual Colorado run with a return to Red Rocks. The band will perform Walk The Sky two-nights at the legendary Morrison, Colo. venue on July 22 and 23, before closing out their three-day Centennial State excursion at Levitt Pavilion on July 24 in celebration of Day Out Of Time. 

Walk The Sky is the conclusion to Sound Tribe Sector 9’s three-part concept-driven performance which began in 2019 with Push The Sky and continued in 2021 with Sky World. The events pull inspiration from native myths and storytelling to emit a unique and one-of-a-kind experience for concert-goers. 

The final leg of the band’s Colorado jaunt will take them to Levitt Pavilion, where they will host a performance honoring “the end of one year and the beginning of the next on the 13 moon calendar,” known as the Day Out Of Time.

The news of Sound Tribe Sector 9’s return to Colorado follows last Wednesday’s release of “First Rehearsal Jams w/ Alana” which was shared on Transmission, the band’s streaming service on Bandcamp. 

General ticket sales begin Friday, Dec. 3 at 12 p.m. MT., tickets can be purchased here

STS9 Tour Dates 2021 and 2022

Dec. 29 –  The Eastern –  Atlanta, Ga.

Dec. 30 – The Eastern – Atlanta, Ga.

Dec. 31 – The Eastern – Atlanta, Ga.

Jan. 1 – The Eastern – Atlanta, Ga.

Feb. 4-6 – Gem & Jam Festival 2022 – Tucson, Ariz. 

July 22-23 – Walk the Sky – Red Rocks – Morrison, Colo.

July 24 – Day Out of Time – Levitt Pavilion – Denver, Colo.