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Summer Camp Announces Initial 2018 Lineup

first_imgSummer Camp Music Festival has become a beloved staple of the summer festival circuit. Taking place at the end of May over Memorial Day weekend, each year, the festival taps one of the strongest lineups of the summer. In 2018, the festival will return to Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Illinois, across May 25th through 27th. Yesterday, Summer Camp Music Festival teased a few artists on its 2018 lineup—namely Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, Everyone Orchestra, and festival staples moe. and Umphrey’s McGee—in a silly video. Today, the festival announced the rest of its first round of artists.Watch This Pro-Shot Video Of Spafford Tearing Up “Mind’s Unchained” At Summer CampIn addition to three days of moe. and Umphrey’s McGee, the festival confirmed that Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band will make their debut at Summer Camp with two sets. Other artists topping the bill include Diplo, STS9, Tipper, RL Grime, Greensky Bluegrass, and Action Bronson. Summer Camp 2018 will also see performances by Beats Antique, Cherub, EOTO, JJ Grey & Mofro, Keller Williams, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Leftover Salmon, Lettuce, Spafford, Yonder Mountain String Band, Aqueous, and more.Exclusive Videos From moe. And Twiddle’s Summer Camp Secret Set [Watch]Check out the full lineup for yourself below, and head over to the festival’s website for more information. Early Bird 3-Day GA Tickets are currently on sale online here or by phone at 1-800-514-ETIX. There will be a limited number of tickets available at this price, and once they sell out, the ticket price may go up without notice.2018 Summer Camp Music Festival Lineup3 days of moe.3 days of Umphrey’s McGee2 sets of Phil Lesh and Terrapin Family BandDiploSTS9TipperRL GrimeGreensky BluegrassAction BronsonBeats AntiqueCherubEOTOEveryone OrchestraJJ Grey & MofroKeller WilliamsKyle Hollingsworth BandLeftover SalmonLettuceMijaOOKAY LIVESOJASpaffordYonder Mountain String BandZomboyAqueousBig SomethingCon BrioThe Funk HuntersHorseshoes & Hand GrenadesKuuroLawrenceThe Main SqueezeMarvel YearsParkerSoDownSteady FlowSun StereoTyler ChildersAnomalieJohn CraigieMad ZachMaddy O’NealMungionNoizuOrgan FreemanZeshan BZoogmalast_img read more

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Explore Iloilo province, too, Dinagyang tourists urged

first_imgIn northern Iloilo alone which is madeup of the municipalities of Barotac Viejo, Ajuy, Sara, Concepcion, San Rafael,Batad, Balasan, Carles, Estancia, Lemery, and San Dionisio, there are lots ofislands to explore. Among the more popular islands are the following: * Agho Island – This eight-hectareisland is one of the few uninhabited islands in Concepcion with extensivecreamy-white sand beach and sprawling coral garden perfect for swimming andsnorkeling. ILOILO – Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr.urged tourists who witnessed yesterday’s Dinagyang Festival highlight in IloiloCity to also explore Iloilo province. * Bulabog Puti-an National Park inDingle and San Enrique – designated as National Park in June 14, 1961. It has arainforest trail with 33 caves, although only six are recommended forexploration. The trail will lead one to its most prominent cave, the Maestranza(Spanish for garrison) where an amazing heritage experience awaits everyvisitor. Maestranza is famous for its coral rock with Spanish inscriptionbelieved to have been written by a guerilla during the Spanish-American War. * Mapols Farm in Barangay Bagacay,Pototan – a recycled-themed farm with creation areas and a café. It has picnictables and bamboo cottages and a farm house available for renting. It alsocaters to group overnight camping. * Calabazas Island – This is a 20-minuteride by motorized from Culasi Port in Ajuy town. The island is more commonlyreferred by the townsfolk as Parola because it is home to the ruins of an 1884lighthouse, the second oldest in the country. Stroll along the coral rubbleswhere visitors can go swimming and snorkeling * Jade Energetic Paradise andAdventure in Barangay Cabayogan, Badiangan – a family-friendly inland resortwith accommodation and amenities, food and beverages and fun and adventureactivities for everyone * Bulubadiangan Island – known for itsbeautiful panoramic view with the longest sandbar in all of the islands inConcepcion. It is one of the most-visited and photographed island beaches inthe province. It offers amenities for those who would want to stay overnight. Central Iloilo, on the other hand,boasts of eco-agricultural and eco-tourism destinations. Among these are thefollowing: * Mariit Wildlife Conservation Park inBarangay Jayubo, Lambunao – a facility for wildlife conservation, habitatpreservation and environmental protection of the endemic Tariktik hornbill,Panay spotted deer, Visayan warty pig and cloud rat * Damires Hills Tierra Verde inBarangay Damires, Janiuay – a 40-hectare inland resort where visitors can beone with nature and so some physical activities. They offer accommodation withvenues for any kind of party. * Ephrathah Farms in Barangay Sariri,Badiangan – a 14-hectare sprawling inland resort and farmland with charmingaccommodations and a popular venue for functions and events with family-run andadventure activities Visitors need to climb a steep rockywall that serves as the lagoon’s fortress. An easier and short climb from wherethe motorized boat docks alongside its wall is done only during high tide. Thelagoon’s rocky borders offer visitors one-of-a kind formations. * Tangke in Barangay Gabi, GigantesSur, Carles – a hidden saltwater lagoon formed by a surrounding wall of granitemonolithic cliffs. Northern, central and southern Iloilohave points of interest that the Provincial Tourism Office is promoting, hesaid. * Buacari – located 21 kilometers awayfrom the town proper of Leon, it covers 500 hectares of forestland with terrainranging from hilly to mountainous. The Bucari campsite which is the heart ofthe Bucari Eco-Tourism area has an elevation of 773 meters above sea levelwhile the Mansiga Viewing Deck, also found in the campsite, is 863 meters abodethe sea level. Its subtropical highland climate makes it the “Summer Capital ofIloilo.” Bucari offers a plethora of activitiesthat include camping, trekking, mountain biking, rock climbing, horsebackriding and swimming in its falls one of which is the famous Imoy Falls, locatedin Barangay Camandag./PNlast_img read more

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Rep VanderWall to represent Michigan on Great Lakes leadership committee

first_img Categories: VanderWall News 23Oct Rep. VanderWall to represent Michigan on Great Lakes leadership committee State Rep. Curt VanderWall has been selected to serve as Michigan’s representative on the executive committee of the Great Lakes Legislative Caucus (GLLC).The GLLC is a nonpartisan group of lawmakers from the U.S. and Canada that focuses on issues and policy concerning the Great Lakes. All eight states and two Canadian provinces in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence basin are represented on the executive committee.“The health of the Great Lakes ecosystem is incredibly important to our way of life here in northern Michigan,” VanderWall said. “It is a privilege to be selected for this leadership role. I’m looking forward to sharing ideas with legislators from throughout the Great Lakes region, and working as a group to better address pollution, invasive species and habitat preservation.”VanderWall and the other GLLC leaders will direct the caucus’s activities over the next two years. The policy agenda will focus important issues such as water consumption, aquatic invasive species, toxic substances, nutrient pollution and coastal communities.Residents who have questions or concerns regarding the Great Lakes are welcome to call Rep. VanderWall’s office at (517) 373-0825 or email [email protected]###last_img read more

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Telecom Slovenije has added two new channels to it

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Multiscreen TV specialist QuickPlay Media has chos

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Toshibas new line of Ultra High Definition 4K TVs

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Amazon may be looking to scale back its à la carte

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International broadcaster RTL Groups annual gener

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