Live-band electronica quintet STS9 has announced an extensive fall tour, including a show each at The Masonic and at The Fillmore to end the tour just before Thanksgiving…but there’s a catch.
Anybody that wants to see the Saturday night show at The Masonic on November 19 will be able to, provided it doesn’t sell out before you find your ticket. But if you have intentions of making it to their appearance at The Fillmore the next night, Sunday, November 20, your only option is to purchase a two-day pass. There will be no tickets for The Fillmore sold outside of that two-day pass.
The tour comes on the heels of their latest album, The Universe Inside, released on their own label 1320 Records just last month. It is the first album the band has recorded together since the early 2014 addition of bassist Alana Rocklin following the departure of founding member and bassist David Murphy.
Being the last stop of the tour, the incentives are high to want to attend the Fillmore show, but it isn’t like the band, who formally got their start just over the hill in Santa Cruz, is hard up for attendance. This will be their first performance at The Masonic, but they have performed at The Fillmore on 10 occasions including three two-night stands, a three-night stand for Halloween in 2004, and a four-night run in early 2009. They’ve also played The Warfield one five occasions, and have graced the stage at The Regency Center five times.
November 19, 2016
November 20, 2016