KAABOO Announces 2017 Lineup Featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse, And More

first_imgThis morning, San Diego-area festival KAABOO Del Mar announced the lineup for their third annual event set to take place September 15th-17th. The festival will feature headlining performances by Red Hot Chili Peppers, P!NK, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, and Muse, as well as sets by Weezer, Jane’s Addiction, David Guetta, Ice Cube, Alanis Morissette, Jackson Browne, DJ Diesel (aka NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal), Smash Mouth, The Motet, Lawrence and many more!At KAABOO, all guests receive an amenitized experience with access to the HUMOR ME comedy club; an on-site Contemporary Arts Fair in the indoor ARTWORK area, plus a display of outdoor murals and installations, gourmet food tastings, spa and relaxation reservations, and late night dance parties. GA ticket holders can also upgrade their passes to have access to a stateside pool at the event’s Grandview Stage. VIP passes include additional access to premier stage viewing areas, access to the Thursday pre-party, and more.“I am thrilled with this year’s extraordinary lineup and proud to be building on the success of our last two KAABOO Del Mar events,” says KAABOO founder and CEO Bryan Gordon. “We strive to curate an event that is multi-generational and diverse – something for all of our fans. When you look at this lineup, we have everyone from Alt Rock legends and bucket list icons, to today’s hottest hitmakers and incredible up-and-comers.”In only its third year, KAABOO Del Mar has carved out its name among national and destination music festivals by offering a curated feast for all senses. Conveniently located at the Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds in Southern California, the event features equal parts music, contemporary art, gourmet cuisine, and hilarious comedy.Three-day passes are available now via the event website. See below for a full list of artists scheduled to perform:KAABOO Del Mar Full Lineup:Red Hot Chili PeppersP!NKTom Petty and the HeartbreakersMUSEWeezerJane’s AddictionDavid GuettaIce CubeJason DeruloLogicAlanis MorissetteJackson BrowneAndy GrammerKeshaLiveX AmbassadorsGarbageMilky ChanceT-PainMichael McDonaldThe WallflowersDJ Diesel (Shaquille O’Neal)Machine Gun KellyPepperTimefliesPete YornThe Magpie SaluteSmash MouthThe KnocksDave MasonToad The Wet SprocketLANYEric Burdon and the AnimalsLost KingsLe YouthThe HimThe Tubes feat. Fee WaybillTrevor HallFishboneThe MotetThe ShadowboxersLittle HurricaneSam SparroKap SlapMartin JensenLed Zeppelin 2Emily WarrenLawrenceThe Stone FoxesOne DropSteevieWildDarenotsThe Last InternationaleAges and AgesMoonsville CollectiveArmorsLuna AuraJared & The MillEthan Tucker Solo AcousticThe Steppin StonesTristenCordovasLost BeachMamafestaJosh ArbourZeal LevinKira LingmanTrouble in the WindBarenaked Ladies – AMPLIFY VIP ONLYThe Dan Band – – AMPLIFY VIP ONLYlast_img read more

DOH-6: No studies show ‘tuob’ effective against coronavirus

first_imgPULMONES. PIA Steam inhalation may also increase secretion in the nose and could then possibly spread viruses through sneezing and coughing, she added. “Tuob” is the practice of steam inhalation where an individual covers his/her head with a towel or large piece of cloth to inhale steam from a small basin with hot water which can be infused with salt, lemon, ginger, or other ingredients. According to Pulmones, such therapy may pose more harmful effects and danger to individuals. It may also lead to accidents. “It could even cause burns,” Pulmones said. DOH-CHD 6 Local Health Support Division chief Dr. Ma. Sophia Pulmones said there are no studies providing evidences that inhalation of steam is effective against the virus. “There is no scientific evidence that it can eliminate SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19,” she said. ILOILO City – The Department of Health-Center for Health Development in Western Visayas (DOH-CHD 6) has warned the public against the use of “tuob” or steam inhalation to eliminate SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease (COVID-19). According to DOH, there are studies from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization that dismiss steam therapy as a cure for COVID-19. (With a report from PIA/PN)last_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_img May 14, 2020 Associated Press The announcement comes on the same day that Thomas was revealed as making the cover of the “PGA Tour 2K21” video game.PGA officials raved about the 2017 event and strongly hinted at the time they’d like to see the PGA Championship return to Charlotte due to strong attendance numbers.Brooks Koepka (KEHP’-kuh) is the two-time defending champion after winning last May at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale, New York. This year’s PGA Championship was rescheduled for Aug. 3-9 at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco because of the coronavirus pandemic.F1-DRIVER CHANGESSainz Jr. joining Ferrari and Ricciardo is going to McLaren Update on the latest sports Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSKLPGA Championship underwayUNDATED (AP) — Golf has joined baseball and soccer as sports in South Korea that are back in action. ROME (AP) — The president of the World Baseball Softball Confederation is making one final pitch to Major League Baseball to send its top stars to the Tokyo Olympics.Riccardo Fraccari sees the one-year postponement of the games as a new opportunity for MLB. He tells The Associated Press that because of the damages from the coronavirus “baseball needs the Olympics now more than ever to boost the sport’s globalization, expansion and mass appeal.”MLB and its players’ association have so far only agreed to allow players not on 26-man active rosters or injured lists to take part in Olympic qualifying. The only MLB players permitted to play in the Premier12 tournament last year were those not on 40-man rosters. Not surprisingly considering the rules, the United States finished fourth and failed at its first chance to qualify for the Olympics.Besides Japan, which qualifies as the host nation, only three other teams have secured places in the baseball tournament. Israel was the surprise winner of the Africa/Europe qualifying event, while South Korea and Mexico earned spots during the Premier12. The last two nations in the six-team tournament will come from the Americas tournament and a final qualifying event in Taiwan.Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Mexico and the United States qualified for the softball tournament.center_img — The German Football League has relaxed its stance on finishing the season by June 30, when some players’ contracts expire. Games could continue into July if the alternative is leaving the season unfinished at the end of June, it said in a statement. Some games could be moved to neutral venues if they can’t be played at the original stadium because of infection risks locally. The league delayed a decision on how to decide final standings if the season can’t be finished.— The Italian soccer federation has set up a pool of inspectors to check that teams comply with new health protocols and government decrees issued during the coronavirus pandemic. Serie A teams were permitted to resume individual training on May 4 while full team training can restart Monday. Lazio has reportedly already been training in groups of three players. The federation says inspectors will verify that practices are held according to the rules. The league said on Wednesday that it hopes to resume playing games on June 13 but the government has not approved a restart yet.— The three leading women’s pole vaulters get their turn to compete on Saturday in the second edition of the Ultimate Garden Clash. Katerina Stefanidi of Greece, Katie Nageotte (nah-JAHT’) of the United States and Alysha Newman of Canada will participate in the event but won’t be competing in their backyards because they don’t have the equipment at home. They will instead be at nearby training facilities. The winner will be the vaulter who clears the bar at 4 meters the most times in 30 minutes. The top men’s pole vaulters competed in the Ultimate Garden Clash at their homes earlier this month.TOKYO-MLBExtra innings: Baseball head pitches Olympics to MLB, again PGA CHAMPIONSHIP-CHARLOTTEPGA Championship returns to Charlotte’s Quail Hollow in 2025PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — The PGA Championship will return to Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, in May 2025.In its announcement Thursday the PGA of America did not release the exact dates of the tournament.Quail Hollow hosted the PGA Championship in 2017, when a 24-year-old Justin Thomas defeated Francesco Molinari, Louis Oosthuizen (WUHST’-hy-zehn) and Patrick Reed by two shots to claim his first major championship. PARIS (AP) — Carlos Sainz Jr. will drive for Formula One team Ferrari next season and Daniel Ricciardo will replace the Spaniard at McLaren.The 25-year-old Sainz Jr. will join Ferrari on a two-year deal starting next year. The Italian team made the announcement Thursday, shortly after McLaren announced Ricciardo’s arrival from Renault.Sainz Jr., the son of two-time world rally champion Carlos Sainz, will replace Sebastian Vettel. The four-time F1 champion is leaving Ferrari at the end of his contract.The first 10 races of the F1 season have either been postponed or canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 The women’s KLPGA Championship started Thursday with Bae Seon-woo, Kim Char-young2 and Hyun Se-lin tied at the top of the leaderboard at 5-under 67. Three more players were a shot behind. The tournament is being played without fans and with players using hand sanitizers and following social-distancing rules.Caddies wore masks on the course and players were allowed to play without them. Defending champion Choi Hye-jin was two strokes back after a 69.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— A Turkish soccer club says eight people have tested positive for the coronavirus and training has been suspended. The club, Besiktas, says its president and a player were among those who tested positive. Turkish teams have resumed limited training sessions following the federation’s decision to restart matches in empty stadiums on June 12.— Germany’s Bundesliga (BOON’-dehsh-lee-guh) soccer clubs will be allowed to use five substitutions per game when the season resumes on Saturday. The clubs in the top two German divisions have decided to accept the rule change allowed last week by the International Football Association Board. The change is meant to reduce the workload on players as the leagues pack their schedules to complete the season. Teams can make substitutions only at three breaks in the game and the league recommends making only two substitutions at once.last_img read more

Men’s soccer: Wisconsin breezes past Rutgers in first round of Big Ten Tournament

first_imgThe No. 2 seed University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team (10-5-2, 6-2 Big Ten) hosted the No. 7 seed Rutgers Scarlet Knights (4-13-1, 2-6 Big Ten) in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament Nov. 5. Despite the wet conditions and going down two goals in the first 14 minutes, the Badgers came back to thrash the Scarlet Knights 6–3 in a nine goal thriller.In a post-match interview with UW Athletics, Head Coach John Trask believed the weather heavily influenced the game.“Obviously the weather played a huge part in this match,” Trask said. “Compliments to Rutgers. They scored three goals with the wind at their backs.”Volleyball: Wisconsin falls to No. 14 Michigan in four sets over weekendThe No. 5 University of Wisconsin volleyball team (16-6, 9-5 Big Ten) lost to the No. 14 Michigan Wolverines (19-6, Read…The Badgers went down early in the 11th minute, when Brandon Golden headed in the opener. The Scarlet Knights went on to double their lead three minutes later through Miles Hackett before adding a third by the Big Ten’s leading goal scorer Jordan Hall. The 38th minute score was Hall’s 14th on the season. The Badgers were able to get two goals in that timespan — a 31st minute goal from junior Noah Leibold and another from sophomore Patrick Yim right before halftime in the 44th minute to cut the score to 3–2 at the break.“I thought we did a very good job fighting back in the match to make it 3-2 at halftime,” Trask said. “That was a massive score.”Badgers drop two games against tough North Dakota squadThe Wisconsin Badgers men’s hockey team (4-4-0, 0-0-0 Big Ten) has been off to a great start in the 2018-19 Read…From the start of the second half, the Badgers were able to take full control of the game. Five minutes into the second half, the Badgers equalized when senior captain Isaac Schlenker beat Rafael Pereira at his near post. The Badgers took the lead thanks to a brace from freshman Noah Melick, before sophomore Alex Alfaro tucked in the sixth and final goal in the 83rd minute.“We got a couple set-piece goals I was proud of,” Trask said. “[Melick] comes through again. I was very pleased with our performance.”The win moves the Badgers into the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament, where they will face No. 3 seed Michigan (11-4-2, 4-2-2 Big Ten) in Westfield, Indiana Friday. Wisconsin defeated the Wolverines the last time they matched up in a double overtime thriller Oct. 19. The game kicks off at 2:30 p.m. and can be watched on the Big Ten Network.“Now we move on to Indianapolis, where we’ve had some success in the past,” Trask said. “We’ll take it from there.”last_img read more