While we wait out the end of winter, fans across the country can take solace in the fact that Phish summer tour is just a few short months away!Included on the iconic Vermont quartet’s extensive 27-date tour are five exciting dates in the Northeast: a two-night run at Hershey, PA’s Giant Center from August 11th-12th and a special three-night run on the beach on New Jersey’s Atlantic City Beach from August 14th-16th.Phish’s 2020 run in Hershey, Pennsylvania will mark the band’s fifth- and sixth-ever shows in “The Sweetest Place on Earth” dating back to their debut at Hersheypark Arena in 1995, the same building in which NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain notched his record-setting 100-point game in 1962. Phish went on to play in Hershey three more times (in 1996, 2000, and 2010, respectively). Hershey, PA is well known for its sweets—and its massive theme park devoted to them—and Phish promises to make Tuesday, August 11th and Wednesday, August 12th even sweeter when the tour rolls into the chocolate-covered city.Following the Hershey run, Phish will head to Atlantic City, New Jersey for an unprecedented three-night stand on the sand on Friday, August 14th, Saturday, August 15th, and Sunday, August 16th. While Phish has played in the beachside city on various occasions in the past, this will mark their first time playing on the beach in A.C. In fact, this will mark the band’s first time playing on any beach in the United States. As such, the Atlantic City run will play out like a “staycation” destination event—all the beach vibes without the lengthy, international travel. Leave your passport at home, grab your sun block and water wings, and enjoy a weekend on the sand with the Phish from Vermont.Adding to the “special” nature of the Atlantic City run, the band is offering special “Foundation Tickets” for the three beachside shows. Foundation Tickets will include early admission, a dedicated viewing area, a Foundation lounge and bar and more. A portion of proceeds from each Foundation Ticket will benefit the band’s WaterWheel Foundation as well as the Atlantic City-based Surfrider Foundation. Full details about the Foundation Ticket for Atlantic City can be found here.Tickets for Phish’s 2020 summer runs in Hershey, PA and Atlantic City, NJ go on sale to the general public on Friday, February 7th. For more information, or to purchase tickets when they are released, head here. For a full list of upcoming Phish tour dates, head to the band’s website.
The Bucks were hit with a hefty fine in response to their general manager’s promise that Giannis Antetokounmpo would be offered a supermax deal next summer.The NBA levied a $50,000 fine on Milwaukee after Jon Horst said Antetokounmpo would be offered a five-year, $250 million deal in the summer of 2020. LaMelo Ball a potential No. 1 overall pick in 2020 draft, NBA exec says Horst publicly discussed the plans for Antetokounmpo’s contract at a fan townhall meeting. That’s a violation of the league’s rules governing the timing of discussing player contracts.”What is the situation with Giannis’ long-term contract?”Jon Horst answers: pic.twitter.com/a6O4uAaoIE— FOX Sports Wisconsin (@fswisconsin) September 13, 2019″Under NBA rules, teams cannot commit to offer a ‘supermax’ extension before the summer following a player’s seventh season in the NBA,” the league said in a statement announcing the fine. Related News Antetokounmpo, who turns 25 in December, will be a free agent in 2021 if he does not sign the contract extension in 2020, which would make him one of the most coveted free agents on the market.Currently, he’s playing on a four-year, $100 million contract that he signed before the 2017-18 season.In 72 games last season, his sixth in the NBA, Antetokounmpo averaged 27.7 points with 12.5 rebound and 5.9 assists, was named the league’s MVP and earned his third All-Star selection. Kevin Durant injury update: GM confirms Nets don’t expect him to play this season Kyle Kuzma injury update: Lakers forward (ankle) could miss start of training camp, report says
One of Guyana’s most versatile disc jockeys will be celebrating his 37th birthday in grand style this Saturday at a party called “Gaza – Tallest Mountain starts from the ground”. The event is billed for East Ruimveldt California Square and it is expected to be off the hook.Also travelling into Guyana for the celebration is Deejay Rico Love of Barbados, Mad Squad out of Jamaica, among two others from the USA and Canada. The event is dubbed one of the “maddest” events to be hosted by the birthday boy.It is expected to be lots of juggling and sound clashes. Music will be provided by Slingerz Family and the event is strictly sponsored by Corona Extra. Admission to the event is absolutely free.The deejay who has made a name for himself in the business has been travelling to various countries representing not only himself, but Guyana.In fact, after his birthday bash, he wings out to St Marteen for a two-day affair called “SXM Will Rise Again” featuring Trinidad’s Chutney Soca artiste “The Hitman” along with other popular deejays from the Caribbean.On November 17, he will be in Canada for another party called “Fever Friday”. The party will also feature Deejay Fire, Cut-De Mayor and DJ Instyle, among others.Then on November 18, he will be featured at another event titled “Bad Bougee”.