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first_imgPurple Hatter’s Ball has released the daily schedule for their 9th annual event at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. Going down June 17-19 weekend, PHB will utilize four stages in the park, including the famed Amphitheater Stage, surrounded by live oak trees and Spanish moss, a Beach Stage located along the wild black water Suwannee River, and a Campground Stage, which will morph into the Silent Disco late night, keeping the party going until the wee hours of the morning.Closing out each night on the Amphitheatre Stage will be headlining sets from Papadosio on Friday, The Polish Ambassador followed by The Floozies on Saturday, and Melvin Seals and JGB on Sunday. Each night will bring a spectacular close to a fun-filled day of music, yoga, arts, and community.The Thursday Pre-Party, featuring a closing late-night set from Sunsquabi, will take place in the Spirit of Suwannee Music Hall right after the Action Day with The Polish Ambassador, where PHB attendees are invited to unite in action with their choice of community-building, and environment-sustaining activities, suited with tangibly regenerative projects that will make SOSMP a better place for everyone. Participants of the Action Day are invited to attend the Thursday Night Pre-Party for free. More information about the projects can be found here; and you can sign up here!The full schedule can be found on the festival’s website and in the graphics below:The Yoga & Art Village Program will offer 25 fun, informative, healthy living activities and classes that will include: Kirtan Morningstar; BoomYoga Spiritual Warrior with Joaquin Antonio; Sound Healing Meditation; West African Drumming with Luke Quaranta; Live Music Vinyasa Flow; Creative Expressions Drawing; AcroYoga; Contact Hooping and many more. Make the most out of your weekend of music and be sure to make your way over to the Yoga & Arts Village for some life-changing experiences. The full schedule can be found on the festival’s website.Buy your tickets today and get excited with this video:More information and tickets can be found on the festival’s website. As always, Purple Hatter’s Ball benefits The Rachel Morningstar Foundation (a non-profit 501c3 organization) in honor of longtime SOSMP friend and music festival lover Rachel Morningstar Hoffman, who lost her life in a tragic turn of events when she was arrested, strong-armed into a role as a confidential informant to the police, and ultimately murdered at the hands of drug dealers. You can learn more about the horrific story of her loss in this interview with her mother, Mama Margie, who will lead an emotional ceremony celebrating her daughter’s memory.last_img read more

first_imgVernon, IN—The current closure on S.R. 7 in Jennings County will move north on or after Wednesday, October 16, weather permitting, as crews begin work on the fourth and final box culvert between Vernon and the Jefferson County line.The road will close 5.71 miles north of the county line on Wednesday, just south of the S.R. 3/S.R. 7 junction near Vernon for box culvert maintenance and repair. The road will reopen at the previous culvert location, where crews have been working since mid-September.The official state detour for the closure is S.R. 3 to S.R. 256. Motorists are encouraged to plan ahead and use caution near the work zone. The project is currently expected to be completed by October 31, 2019. All work is weather dependent.last_img read more

first_imghighlights Sri Lanka will play New Zealand in first league game. Lasith Malinga will play his fourth World Cup. Dinesh Chandimal wasn’t selected for this year’s World Cup.  For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. “It can never harm to get wickets. It was nice to be successful in the IPL again and it makes you confident but the conditions are so different here and so is the format. I know I’ve got the skills to take wickets and gives me confidence,” he said. Talking about Sri Lanka’s squad, the veteran bowler said the youngsters in the side are eager to prove themselves at the upcoming World Cup in the absence of big names.”In previous years perhaps we had bigger names but these guys are very talented and they are looking forward to proving themselves and making people notice them.”We have the best 15 players in Sri Lanka right now and we have a mix of more experienced players and some exciting young players, who just can’t wait to get started,” said Malinga. Meanwhile opener Dimuth Karunaratne backed the changed format which sees all 10 teams play each other in a round robin phase with the top four sides qualifying for the semi-finals.”We know it’s going to be challenging but we’re looking forward to it. The new format where you play everyone is great but it means you can’t get lucky. To win this World Cup you need to beat all the best and be consistent ? that is how it should be,” said Karunaratne. London: Seasoned campaigner Lasith Malinga is aiming for another hat-trick in the upcoming World Cup having taken four wickets in four balls against South Africa in the 2007 edition of the quadrennial event. “Why can’t I get another hat-trick, I will be trying and that would be special,” Malinga was quoted as saying by the ICC media.Sri Lankan speedster, who needs just one more ODI wicket to topple compatriot Sanath Jayasuriya and move into the all-time top 10 list, said he enjoys playing in the England because of the testing conditions it offers.”One of the things I like about playing in England is you have to adapt to every condition. It could be really hot or quite cold and that is a real test of your skill as a bowler,” said Malinga. The 35-year-old was a vital cog in the IPL franchise Mumbai Indians bowling unit, claiming 16 wickets to help his side win a record fourth title in the T20 cash-rich league. His performance against Chennai Super Kings in the the final underlined his status as one of the world’s best death bowlers.last_img read more