STS9, Lettuce, Greensky Bluegrass, And More To Play 2018 Gem & Jam

first_imgGem & Jam will return to Pima County Fairgrounds in Tucson, AZ for a second straight year on January 25 – 28, 2018. The eclectic music festival has announced its first round of headliners, including: two nights of STS9, two nights of Lettuce; Greensky Bluegrass; Railroad Earth; Emancipator and [Br]eaking [Bi]scuits, which features members of the Disco Biscuits and Break Science.Additional artists new to the lineup include: Thriftworks; Masego; Random Rab; Michal Menert; Flamingosis; John Kadlecik’s Fellowship of the Wing; Govinda; Jade Cicada; Maddy O’Neal; Saqi; Ill Esha; Charlesthefirst; Modern Measure; Bass Physics; Marvel Years; Zoogma; Blunt Force; Safis Lab; Flying Skulls; Skydyed; Kyma; Adam Joel; Electric Feel; Smokovich; Endoplasmic; The Bennu; Neon Prophet Band; Jahmontee; SuDs; M/Q; Truth Cartel and GonzoFuZe.Located on 640 acres and just 20 miles south of downtown Tucson, the Pima County Fairgrounds is surrounded by nature and resides in a desert environment, creating an expansive setting perfect for Gem & Jam. The multi-stage music and arts festival will be offering increased capacity and camping options, including: onsite RV camping with hookups, boutique camping, car camping and walk-in camping. Additionally, Gem & Jam will be expanding on its experience with world-class visuals, unique stage designs, artist galleries, live paintings, experiential installations, daytime workshops, gem and mineral vendors and much more. Head to the festival website for all of the details.More artists to be announced soon, see the initial lineup below:last_img read more

Video! See Sierra Boggess & Tyne Daly Sing from It Shoulda Been You

first_img“Perfect” View Comments Sierra Boggess Star Files Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 9, 2015 It Shoulda Been You The new musical comedy It Shoulda Been You explores the hilarity and hijinx over a 24-hour period before a big wedding. In these two songs by composer Barbara Anselmi from a press event for the show, you’ll meet two onstage pair-ups: siblings Sierra Boggess and Lisa Howard, and mother-of-the-bride Tyne Daly and mother-of-the-groom Harriet Harris. Also featured is Tony nominee Montego Glover as one of Boggess’ maids of honor. Related Shows “Nice”last_img

Palace lauds Gazini Ganados for giving ‘pride, glory’ to PH

first_imgMiss Universe Philippines 2019 Gazini Ganados ended her journey in the Miss Universe pageant on Monday, December 9 in the Top 20. The finals was held in Atlanta, Georgia. MISS UNIVERSE ORGANIZATION “The Palacelauds Miss Philippines Gazini Ganados for representing our country well in theMiss Universe pageant in Atlanta, Georgia, USA,” Panelo said. “Ms. Ganados hasgiven pride and glory to the Filipino nation by showcasing the unique beautyand talent of the Filipina.” PresidentialSpokesperson Salvador Panelo lauded Ganados “for representing the country wellin the Miss Universe pageant. MANILA –Malacañang commended the efforts of Miss Universe Philippines GaziniGanados for representing the country in the annual beauty pageant. The 23-year-oldbeauty queen from Talisay, Cebu placed in the Top 20, failing to secure aback-to-back win with 2018 Miss Universe Catriona Gray.  “Her experiencein joining the prestigious beauty pageant should add further to her developmentas a beauty queen,” he said. “We wish her all the best in her futureendeavors.” South Africa’sZozibini Tunzi won the 2019 Miss Universe making her the second South Africanto win the tiara in the last three years./PNlast_img read more

Rangers’ Playoff Status Guaranteed with Win against Insurance

first_imgNPFL…NPFL….NPFL…Duro IkhazuagbeRangers International FC became the first team to book a place in the Super Six Playoff of the abridged 2018/19 Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) season yesterday with a 1-0 defeat of Bendel Insurance in Enugu. Felix Ogbuke (centre) celebrating his goal against with team mate,. Wednesday Felix Ogbuike’s 85th goal was all the Flying Antelopes needed to pick maximum points at their famous Cathedral in the Coal City.With 37 points from 20 games now, Rangers are certain to finish Group A as leaders going into the playoff with two matches left.However, Insurance’s capitulation with just five minutes left of play yesterday certainly was not what Monday Odigie and his crew expected as they battle to remain in the topflight of Nigeria’s club football.After picking three points at home in Benin from Katsina United in the rescheduled game and two more valuable away points against Kwara United and Niger Tornadoes, they had hoped for at least one point from the clash with Rangers yesterday.Now, the heat is back on the Edo Arsenal’s faithfuls again as the 34 points from 20 games they currently have standing seventh cannot guarantee them safety. Miracles from their remaining two games will decide the fate of Insurance who returned from the wilderness after 11 years in the second tier league.Elsewhere, Ismaila Sarki’s second minute goal in Minna condemned MFM FC to yet another defeat that has made their top-three finish more difficult.The Olukoya Boys remain in No 4 but are likely to be pegged further back when all the Match-day 20 fixtures are concluded today.In Group B, a penalty converted in six minutes of added time by Samson Obi completed Abia Warriors’ fight-back to grab maximum points after falling to a second minute goal by visiting El-Kanemi Warriors’ Sulley Mohammed.Atilola Tunde Salami had cancelled the home side’s early deficit in the 39th minute.The Maiduguri side may lose their third position when the remaining fixtures of the group are played today.MATCH-DAY 20Tornadoes 1-0 MFMRangers 1-0 InsuranceA’Warriors 2-1 El-KanemiTODAY @4pmRemo Stars v EnyimbaKatsina Utd v SunshineWikki v Kwara UtdRivers Utd v Lobi StarsNasarawa v GombeYobe Stars v K’PillarsIfeanyi Ubah v HeartlandGo Round v Plateau UtdDelta Force v Akwa UtdShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more