Check out the full tour schedule below, and head here for more information.Perpetual Groove Fall Tour8/19 Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA8/20 Southern Brewers Festival – Chattanooga, TN9/16 Lucas Theatre for the Arts – Savannah, GA9/17 Lucas Theatre – Savannah, GA9/22 Lincoln Theatre – Raleigh, NC9/23 Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD9/24 The National – Richmond, VA9/25 Catskill Chill Music Festival9/28 Woodlands Tavern – Columbus, OH9/29 Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH9/30 Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN10/1 Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC10/22 New Mountain Asheville/Outdoor Stage – Asheville, NC10/24 George’s Majestic Lounge – Fayetteville, AR10/26 The Fox Theatre – Boulder, CO10/27 Aggie Theatre – Ft Collins, CO10/28 Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom – Denver, CO10/29 Cervante’s Masterpiece – Denver, CO10/31 Parish Austin – Austin, TX11/2 House of Blues Houston – Houston, TX11/3 House of Blues Dallas – Dallas, TX11/4 The Howlin Wolf New Orleans – New Orleans, LA11/5 Vinyl Music Hall – Pensacola, FL12/1 Crowbar – Tampa, FL12/2 culture room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL12/3 Culture Room – Ft. Lauderdale, FL12/29 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA12/30 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA12/31 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA Perpetual Groove has finally announced their first major tour in years! The band went on hiatus for a number of years, and have been playing limited night runs since their return in 2015. Now, the group has plans to hit spots across the nation for a 29-date fall tour, running from August 19th through December 31st.The tour features stops throughout the Southeast, before heading north for the Catskill Chill Music Festival in September. The group also has a number of dates set for Colorado, before wrapping back around and celebrating Halloween in Austin, TX. They’ll return to the Southeast and finish up the year at Terminal West in Austin, TX.
Tweet 10 Views no discussions Share LocalNews Meeting between WAWU and Roseau City Council officials reported a success by: – August 25, 2011 Sharing is caring! Share Share Secretary-Treasurer of WAWU, Kertist Augustus.An official of the Waterfront and Allied Workers Union has reported that a meeting held with officials of the Roseau City Council regarding issues affecting sanitation workers there as successful.The employees protested for two hours two weeks ago for what they said was the council’s failure to address salary issues, medical visits and uniform allowances.WAWU’s Secretary Treasurer Kertist Augustus says the Council officials are looking forward to the resolution of the matter.“We met with a four member delegation from the Roseau City Council and the position is that we have to follow up in relation to two of the issues which is the payment in relations to the uniform and the scheduling of the medical visits. We had to do this because what were supplied to us is just the overall figures indicating that 46 workers were paid uniform allowances in the fiscal year of 2000/2009. It must be understood that our collective agreement runs from January to December,” he said.He said the other issues relating to the scheduling of vacation must be looked at again.“The information that was conveyed was wrong and the management apologized for doing that. We have to revisit this matter,” he said.Dominica Vibes News
StumbleUpon Share Submit Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 Related Articles Andrew McCarron – SBCSBC’s new fortnightly ‘Betting on Sports webinar series’ opens on Wednesday 10 July 2019 (15:00 GMT) with Rare Breed – Betting on Politics, which will see an expert panel assessing how to price what many consider betting’s last authentic trading market.In a world of the Brexit, Trump and Scott Morrison shocks, politics presents bookmakers with very different challenges to the increasingly automated sports betting markets. The Betting on Sports webinar panel will share their insights into political betting to give you an idea of how to approach those challenges. The specially selected panel comprises:Sarbjit Bakhshi – Head of Politics, Smarkets Matt Shaddick – Head of Ladbrokes Politics Steve Donoughue – Owner/CEO of GamblingConsultant.co.uk Click here to register for Rare Breed – Betting on Politics, 15:00 GMT 10 July 2019. Among the issues to be discussed are how to price such an unpredictable sector, what have bookmakers learned from the seismic upsets of recent years, and can betting markets still be relied upon as relevant political indicators, judging the public’s changing attitudes?Furthermore, how do bookmakers gauge and value political information against a reactive world influenced by gossip, rumour and scandal? Matt Shaddick – Ladbrokes PoliticsMatt Shaddick, Head of Ladbrokes Politics, said: “Political betting has been an important market over the last decade for the Ladbrokes brand and has been reaching a bigger and bigger audience, especially since the 2016 earthquakes of Brexit and Trump. “We are confidently predicting that the 2020 US Presidential Election will be the biggest non-sports betting market of all time and one which will almost certainly divide public opinion like no other.”SBC Managing Director Andrew McCarron, who will moderate the discussion, added: “Politics is an excellent proposition to kick-off our new Betting on Sports webinar series. “In this programme, we will seek to deliver a deep dive on the unique intricacies of running betting markets and businesses, so stay tuned for some great content.” The Betting on Sports Webinar series is designed to provide operators, regulators, affiliates and payment companies with regular updates about the key issues and opportunities facing the sector, with input from experts across the industry. Register below for ‘Rare Breed – Betting on Politics’ – 15:00 GMT July 10th 2019. _______________________Betting on Sports 2019 (17-20 September – Olympia, London) Share Smarkets gains green light to enter Swedish market July 28, 2020 Bakhshi and Shaddick launch ‘Art of the Possible’ podcast tracking US 2020 developments August 10, 2020