Korean ska front runners, SkaSucks are gearing up for their first U.S. tour next month, and we’ve got all the information for you.
SkaSucks have been around since 2005, becoming the biggest name in the Korean ska movement through hard work and dedication to their genre. They’re the creators of New Generation of Ska, a yearly showcase of local and international ska bands, further cementing their place in the world of ska music.
Next month they embark on their 12 date tour with stops in Oregon, Washington and California.
|July 6th||San Francisco, CA||Hemlock Tavern|
|July 7th||Berkely, CA||924 Gilman Street|
|July 8th||Sacramento, CA||Café Colonial|
|July 9th||Medford, OR||Johnny B’s|
|July 10th||Salem, OR||The Space|
|July 11th||Portland, OR||Black Water Bar|
|July 12th||Olympia, WA||The HQ|
|July 13th||Tacoma, WA||The Bomb Shelter|
|July 14th||Seattle, WA||The Kraken|
|July 15th||Corvallis, OR||Interzone Café|
|July 16th||Bend, OR||The Capital|
|July 17th||Los Angeles, CA||Redwood Bar & Grill|
We’ll have additional coverage soon including a review of their new split EP with Jeff Rosenstock & an event review of their L.A. show at the Redwood Bar & Grill.
You can follow tour updates and find information for stops in your city on their official Facebook page.