Moving out of their milestone 20th anniversary year, STS9 will continue to embrace their evolutionary path as the band heads to New Orleans for a special pair of shows at the brand-new Fillmore.Hunter Brown, Jeffree Lerner, David Phipps, Zach Velmer, and Alana Rocklin will make their debut at the new venue this weekend, on Friday and Saturday, April 5th and 6th. The group recently made a post that they were in the studio prior to their performances at 2018’s Holidaze and Emerald Cup, which leaves plenty of possibilities on the table for the upcoming run.The Fillmore opened up at Harrah’s Casino New Orleans, LA earlier this year in partnership with Live Nation. The 2,000-capacity venue is the newest addition to Live Nation’s Fillmore brand, which already includes rooms in Denver, CO; Charlotte, NC; Miami, FL; Silver Spring, MD; Detroit, MI; and Philadelphia, PA. Considering its location, The Fillmore at Harrah’s New Orleans showcases local architectural styles, such as wrought iron gates and gas street lanterns, a seemingly perfect setting for the musical juggernauts.Hunter Brown shared his excitement with Live For Live Music on the upcoming run, saying: “We’re thrilled to be back in New Orleans, one of our favorite cities. Can’t wait to hear where the music takes us.”Related: Watch STS9’s Psychedelic Improv Set With Richard Devine At Wave Spell Live [Full Set Video]In addition to the headlining shows, STS9 has tapped an exciting opener for support duties each night. On Friday, April 5th, downtempo, experimental glitch navigator Thriftworks will get things warmed up with his exploratory beats and sonic textures. The following night, Saturday, April 6th, STS9 will be supported by Pnuma Live, marking only the second time the former Pnuma Trio band members are coming together to perform in several years. The group’s first performance went down over STS9’s New Year’s Eve celebration at The Fillmore in Denver.Tickets for STS9’s upcoming two-night New Orleans run are still on sale here, so make sure to grab them before it’s too late!Following their run at The Fillmore, STS9 has scheduled performances in Tulsa, Dallas, Houston, and Austin throughout the month of March. The quintet also has scheduled festival appearances at Summer Camp, Electric Forest, Camp Bisco, and their own Wave Spell Live.For a full list of the band’s upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information, head to STS9’s website.