STS9 will return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in July 2022 for the Walk the Sky conclusion of the band’s concert trilogy. The livetronica pioneers will perform at the iconic Morrison, CO venue on July 22nd and 23rd before wrapping the weekend at Levitt Pavilion in Denver on the 24th.

Sound Tribe’s concert trilogy began in 2019 with Push the Sky and—after a pandemic-induced year off—continued in 2021 with Sky World. According to a press release, Walk The Sky  “pulls inspiration from native myth and storytelling to deliver a show that is uniquely STS9.” After two nights at Red Rocks, the band will travel to Levitt Pavilion for a special afternoon celebrating The Day Out Of Time. The holiday is celebrated by over 90 countries worldwide and marks the day between the end of one year and the beginning of another on the 13-month moon calendar.

“We were so grateful to be back in Colorado,” the band said of its 2021 return to Denver which drew over 35,000 fans across three nights. “We grew a lot over the year we’d been off the road and couldn’t wait to share our new sound.”

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Pre-sale tickets for all three nights of the STS9 Walk the Sky concerts in Colorado are available now to subscribers of the group’s Bandcamp Transmissions” service. Tickets—including two and three-day packages—will go on sale to the general public on Friday at 12 p.m. MT. STS9 will ring in the new year with a four-night run at The Eastern in Atlanta, GA December 29th–January 1st billed as East Of The Sun. For tickets and a full list of tour dates click here.