Colorado’s ARISE Music Festival Announces 2018 Artist Lineup

first_imgARISE Music Festival has announced the initial lineup for their 6th annual event, set to take place at the picturesque Sunrise Ranch in Loveland, CO on August 3rd – 5th, 2018.ARISE has become Colorado’s fastest growing summer music festival, anchored in the state’s strong live music-loving community. The multi-genre music festival includes 5 stages showcasing a diverse mix of top-notch performers from the worlds of funk, reggae, bluegrass, jam, hip-hop, rock, electronic, folk, conscious roots music, and beyond. This year’s eclectic lineup will feature sets from Slightly Stoopid, Thievery Corporation, Trevor Hall, Pepper, Living Legends, Ott, Quixotic, Everyone Orchestra, The Lil Smokies, Dumpstaphunk, Con Brio, Kitchen Dwellers, Shook Twins, ProbCause, and more. The announcement also iterated that there will be two more major headliners announced in April and May, respectively.All in all, this year’s 6th Annual ARISE Music Festival will feature well over 200 scheduled performances and presentations throughout the weekend. The 2018 edition of ARISE will also be conscious of the local environment: the festival will continue its long-standing commitment to plant one tree for every ticket sold, in addition to maintaining unwavering leave-no-trace ethos. As always, ARISE aims to be a “vehicle for community-building and creating a festival experience which inspires positivity, joy and active engagement in issues of social justice.”Other audience attractions and amenities at ARISE include yoga, workshops, art, film, activism, and a renowned Children’s Village, in addition to all the usual fun, creativity, and community of a three-day camping festival. Head to the festival website for more information.ARISE Music Festival 2018 Initial LineupSlightly StoopidThievery CorporationTrevor HallPepperLiving LegendsOtt.QuixoticEveryone OrchestraThe Lil SmokiesStart Making SenseDumpstaphunkKitchen DwellersCharlestheFirstBass PhysicsAyla NereoCon BrioShook TwinsThe Dustbowl RevivalProbCauseDustin ThomasFriends And FamilyEminence EnsembleBridget Law – Artist At LargeDYNOHUNTERPlantraeThe WooksTubby Love &∙Amber LilyDragondeerEthan TuckerMagna CardaGasoline LollipopsThe Peace PoetsSkydyedRoots of Creation’s Grateful DubOld Salt UnionMikey ThunderDead FloydTrevor GreenJyemo ClubLunar FireXiuhtezcatlSpectacleTIERRO w/ Bridget LawThe BurnedKatie GrayDubSkinMeadow MountainThe JaunteeIntuitBijay Shrestha & Andy SkellengerMegan HamiltonGuerrilla FanfareLey LineIndigenous Sisters of Hip-Hop featuring Lyla June, La Marea and Katrina BenallyFunkStatikTelemetryProximityTotemAndrew SturtzFierce le FeyMountainUsRhythm Sanctuary[Cover photo: Eric Allen Photography/ARISE Facebook]last_img read more

BWF awaiting for ‘more clarity’ before deciding on events in China

first_imgKUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Saturday said that it is waiting for more clarity before taking a call on the remaining tournaments that are scheduled to be held in China.The General Administration of Sport of China on Friday had announced that the country will not host any international sports event planned for this year to arrest the spread of coronavirus. This could have an impact on the year ending World Tour Finals that is scheduled to be held from December 16 to 20 in Guangzhou this year. Apart from this, China Open World Tour Super 1000 event is to be held from September 15-20, in Changzhou and the Fuzhou China Open World Tour Super 750 from November 3 to 8. “The Badminton World Federation (BWF) is aware of the directive announced by the General Administration of Sport of China regarding the restriction of international sports for the rest of 2020,” said badminton’s international governing body in its statement. “BWF is in close contact with its relevant partners including the Chinese Badminton Association (CBA) to get more clarity on the situation and how this affects the BWF Tournament Calendar 2020.” Earlier, the BWF had announced the cancellations of the China Masters and Dutch Open from its revamped calendar for the 2020 season due to the pandemic. IANS ALSO WATCH: VEGETABLE PRICES BURN HOLE IN COMMON MAN’S POCKET IN GUWAHATIlast_img read more