Former At The Drive-In guitarist/vocalist Jim Ward‘s post-hardcore band Sparta will mark the 20th anniversary of their second album “Wiretap Scars” with a tour this year.
The first leg of the tour will feature support from Geoff Rickly, who is known for his work with Thursday and No Devotion, as well as ‘68. ’68 is an American noisy rock duo from Atlanta, Georgia, consisting of guitarist and vocalist Josh Scogin (The Shariot) and drummer Nikko Yamada. The band is known for their energetic and raw live performances, blending elements of punk, blues, and hard rock to create a unique sound, perfect for a live setting.
Tickets for the tour will be available starting on March 17th.
Here is a list of the upcoming tour dates for the band’s shows in May:
May 4th: Nile Half House in Mesa, AZ
May 5th: Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA
May 6th: Music Box in San Diego, CA
May 7th: Roxy in Los Angeles, CA
May 9th: Strummers in Fresno, CA
May 10th: Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, CA
May 11th: Harlow’s in Sacramento, CA
May 13th: Dante’s in Portland, OR
May 14th: Alma in Tacoma, WA
May 15th: 9th St. Parallel in Boise, ID
May 17th: Metro Music Hall in Salt Lake City, UT
May 18th: Bluebird Theatre in Denver, CO
May 19th: Launchpad in Albuquerque, NM