By Virginia Yapp

Editor’s note: This article was originally published February 26, 2014

The Faint, a big part of Omaha’s Saddle Creek scene in the late nineties and early-to-mid 2000s, went on a lengthy hiatus after releasing their fifth full-length album, "Fasciinatiion," in 2008. After reforming and recording "Doom Abuse" with Mike Mogis — due out April 8 via SQE Music — the group will go on tour this spring, swinging through Austin on May 2. Tickets to see the electro-punk act at the Belmont go on sale Friday morning at 10 a.m.

The complete list of shows with tickets set to go on sale Friday morning at 10 a.m.:Albert Hammond Jr. at Stubb’s (March 17)Grupo Fantasma at the Belmont (April 12)Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis at the Belmont (April 19)Phantogram at Stubb’s (April 22)The Faint at the Belmont (May 2)Donavon Frankenreiter at the Belmont (May 17)Stephen Marley at the Mohawk (May 23)Little Hurricane at the Parish (May 24)Xavier Rudd at Emo’s (June 8)Andrew Bird & the Hands of Glory at the Paramount (June 16)Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers at the Long Center (July 29)Ian Anderson at ACL Live (Sept. 26)

Already on sale: In love with Comedy Central’s "Broad City"? Tickets to see your favorite Brooklyn-based twenty-something duo at the Paramount on March 30 are on sale now. The Paramount will also host EELS on May 16, and tickets went on sale earlier this week.

On sale soon: Panic! at the Disco announced another appearance in Austin, hot on the heels of last month’s show at Emo’s — the band will perform at ACL Live on Aug. 20 along with Walk the Moon and Youngblood Hawk. Tickets will go on sale next Friday, March 7.