This 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 ONLY
Sunday morning offered a good visual measuring stick for Ryu’s progress.At one point he, Brandon Beachy and Brandon League were all throwing in the outfield at Dodger Stadium. Beachy, who is 13 months removed from Tommy John surgery, was easily the most advanced. He was playing long toss from left-center field to the left-field foul line, winding up and throwing from a crow hop.On the other end was League, who is still tossing somewhat leisurely from approximately 75 feet. Like Ryu, there is no timetable for League to return from his shoulder problems.In the middle was Ryu, hurling fastballs and changeups and spinning his curve.“There is no pain right now,” he said. When Hyun-Jin Ryu first experienced shoulder inflammation in spring training, it appeared to be a minor injury. He received an injection and was shut down from throwing for three days.When the inflammation and pain didn’t let up, Ryu was shut down for another two weeks. He didn’t start throwing until early April, about two weeks ago, and still hasn’t received permission to throw off a mound.There is no clearly defined timetable for his return. Ryu said he doesn’t even have a target date to be pitching in games again. How about before the All-Star break?“Of course,” he said through an interpreter. “I have to come back before then. I’m confident about that.” Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error But the Dodgers’ need for a fifth starter persists. They don’t need one until Friday in San Diego, but manager Don Mattingly said he is contemplating giving Zack Greinke an extra day’s rest and using his fifth starter on Thursday in San Francisco instead.David Huff made a spot start Tuesday against the Seattle Mariners and was subsequently designated for assignment. Scott Baker, Zach Lee, Joe Wieland and Mike Bolsinger are all candidates to be recalled Thursday.Ryu went 14-7 with a 3.38 earned-run average in 26 starts last season, and the Dodgers might miss him more if they were not riding a seven-game winning streak. Ryu said in spring training that he’d like to pitch at least 200 innings this year, something he hasn’t done in his first two major league seasons. That won’t happen now, and Ryu is in no hurry to rush back.“At this condition, I’m sure I could (throw off a mound) at some point,” Ryu said, “but I haven’t gotten far in the long toss yet so we’re just being cautious.”AlsoYasiel Puig (sore left hamstring) was not in the starting lineup for the fourth time in the last five games, but Mattingly said that Puig was available if needed in case of a double-switch. Puig could return to the starting lineup Tuesday in San Francisco. … Carl Crawford (flu) was not available off the bench after receiving IV treatment Saturday night. … Joc Pederson felt he was safe at third base after apparently eluding a rundown in the second inning. The umpires agreed until they discussed the play and overturned the initial call, ruling that Pederson left the baseline. The play could not be challenged. … Pederson is 1 for 4 in stolen-base attempts this season.