Wanee Festival Confirms Jam-Packed Lineup For 2017 Event

first_imgAfter accidentally leaking their lineup last week, Wanee Festival has formally revealed their initial roster of 2017 performing artists. As previously reported, Wanee will see headlining sets from Bob Weir (2 days), Widespread Panic, Trey Anastasio Band, Gov’t Mule and Dark Star Orchestra (2 sets). The festival will run from April 20th through the 22nd, at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.The full lineup includes Dr. John & The Nite Trippers, JJ Grey & Mofro, Les Brers, Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band, Blackberry Smoke, Leftover Salmon (music of Neil Young), Matisyahu, The Greyboy Allstars, Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass, Papadosio, Turkuaz, Pink Talking Fu (music of David Bowie & Prince), DJ Logic, Kung Fu, Pink Talking Fish, Bobby Lee Rodgers Trio, Devon Allman Band, Marcus King Band, Yeti Trio and Brothers & Sisters.There will also be a festival pre-party on April 19th, hosted by Butch Trucks & The Freight Train Band. You can see all of this info in the poster below, or on the festival’s official website.last_img read more

Beautiful and breezy property in Bridgeman Downs

first_imgThe home at 174 Bangalow St, Bridgeman Downs.This area also flows through to the paved patio overlooking the backyard.The downstairs floor plan includes the parents’ bedroom and ensuite, so there’s privacy away from the kid’s bedrooms on the second level. There’s an extra informal upstairs lounge room too, which allowed the family to spread out even further. The home at 174 Bangalow St, Bridgeman Downs.Mario Napoli and wife Mary decided 174 Bangalow St, Bridgeman Downs was the perfect spot to raise kids and eventually welcome grandchildren.The couple chose a site perched on top of a hill so the breezes were constant throughout the year making it an ideal position to enjoy Brisbane summers.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019Mr Napoli then built a home to fulfil the tick-list elements the family desired in their next nest. The home at 174 Bangalow St, Bridgeman Downs.The two-level house has been beautifully finished. Not only does it feature high quality fixtures and fittings throughout, the home includes design elements to help set it apart, such as stepped cornices, elevated ceilings and ornate stair banisters.On the lower level, formal living rooms lead through to the open plan kitchen and family space which the couple say became the hub of the home. The home at 174 Bangalow St, Bridgeman Downs.IF spacious contemporary living tops your checklist, there’s little doubt you’ll be drawn to Bridgeman Downs and its impressive range of properties.Throw in a chance to buy a home constructed by a builder for his own family, and you’ll soon realise you’re onto a winner. The home at 174 Bangalow St, Bridgeman Downs.The owners were green thumbs, with a lovingly maintained yard that includes a very cool circular paved path to the rear framing a featured palm. There’s also a vegetable patch for any budding suburban farmers.The home has already garnered a lot of interest among those keen to acquire a big, bold, beautiful dwelling on its sizeable plot.last_img read more

Syracuse fails to take set, loses to Pittsburgh

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Pittsburgh handed Syracuse its third straight loss in a tightly contested, three-set match.After losing to Louisville on Friday, the Orange (8-15, 1-10 Atlantic Coast) scored more than 20 points in all three sets versus Pittsburgh (19-4, 7-3) but failed to notch a set victory in Fitzgerald Field House on Saturday afternoon. SU struggled offensively, as only outside hitter Silvi Uattara recorded double-digit kills. SU didn’t lead in the match until the first point in the third.The Panthers steadily racked up points in the beginning of the first set, allowing SU to hold serve only twice while jumping out to a 15-9 lead. The Orange proved resilient, winning 10 out of the next 15 points to make the score 20-19.A Pitt kill was followed by two Panther attack errors, tying the set at 21. However, two Pitt kills combined with two Uattara attack errors to give Pittsburgh the set, 25-21.The second set showed much of the same, as Pitt rallied to a 20-12 lead. Again, the Orange was able to make a comeback attempt, winning seven of the next nine.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter Pitt got to set point, SU pulled within one on a Monika Salkute block. On the next point, setter Gosia Wlaszczuk made a ball-handling error, giving Pitt the set, 25-23.SU got its first lead of the match in the third set, winning the first point. The Orange promptly gave up the lead, but never let the Panthers lead by more than five.Facing set point, 24-21, SU won four straight points on Pitt attack errors to take a 25-24 lead. Two Pitt kills preceded a Stacey Smith attack error that gave Pittsburgh the set, 27-25, and the match, 3-0.Compiled by staff writer Jack Rose, [email protected] Comments Published on November 2, 2014 at 7:14 pmlast_img read more