Regardless of your musical preferences, most everyone is familiar with Coachella. The annual event has become a mainstay in the festival circuit, attracting so many fans that they added a second weekend back in 2012, and haven’t looked back since. In fact, according to a new report, they’re looking forward at a third Coachella event to be held in the fall.According to the Phoenix Desert Sun, Coachella promoters Goldenvoice have an agreement with the city of Indio, CA to hold up to five events there, annually. Between the two Coachella weekends and Stagecoach Country Music Festival, there’s still room for two more events on the calendar. Those two events could be the fall counterparts to Coachella and Stagecoach, if all goes to plan.The report says that “significant progress” has been made on the additional events, with the city eager to expand its reputation as “The City of Festivals.” According to Indio mayor Glenn Miller, “It brings a different group into the community that wouldn’t be here in the summer heat, so it brings in money, business and jobs to the city.”Considering the estimated $1.4 million that each festival brings to the town, it seems quite reasonable to believe that more Coachellas are coming to Indio soon. Not to mention the Panorama Festival event that Goldenvoice is bringing to New York, NY. Good festival tidings are ahead.This year’s Coachella boasts a lineup with Guns N Roses, LCD Soundsystem and Calvin Harris at the top.[Via The Desert Sun]
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13 York St, Morningside.A young family are now the proud owners of a two-level home at Morningside after buying it for $920,000.McGrath Bulimba – Balmoral selling agent Paul Shelton said the property at 13 York St sold on June 7. He said the buyers were a couple from the Teneriffe-Newstead area.“They saw value in this side of town and really wanted a home with character features,” Mr Shelton said.He said the couple were planning on initially moving in and then, down the track, would add their special touches to make the home their own. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 202013 York St, Morningside.The Queenslander is on a 506sq m north-facing block, close to cafes and shops.There is an undercover patio for the children to play.Mr Shelton said family homes were big in the Morningside area. “In this street there have been three to four sales in the last month,” he said.“There’s always families wanting to move in. 13 York St, Morningside.“I think the value you get here compared to other suburbs is quite good.”Mr Shelton said a lot of people could easily access Bulimba and not get stuck in a traffic bottleneck.
“Look, I [may] have to go out and learn somewhere else and become a manager. But the dream, the ultimate dream, is to come back and be the manager of Manchester United. From what I’ve been through, I’m going for the highest level.” While the issue of institutional racism has been thrust into the public consciousness in recent weeks, with critics pointing out just four of England’s 92 clubs are managed by a black man, Fortune wants to be given a role because of his qualities and not because of his race. “I want to be given the job because of my ability,” said the 43-year-old Fortune. “I want to always be judged because of my character and what I can bring to the team, not because of the colour of my skin. “When you look at the game, you see a lot of black players but why are there not many black managers? I don’t know what the reason is. I think if I go too deep into that it will block my way of thinking. read also:Legends’ Charity Match: Kanu lauds Petrolex, other sponsors for successful event “I like to think I am going to work as hard as I can, get all my qualifications, prepare myself and not let that barrier stop me. And if there is a system put in place, great, but regardless of that I’m going to go and work anyway.” Manchester United recently returned to action with a 1-1 draw against Tottenham and next face Sheffield United in the Premier League on Wednesday. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Manchester United player, Quinton Fortune, has set his sights on one day becoming the manager at Old Trafford. Loading… A utility player in his playing days, the ex-South Africa international moved to the Red Devils in 1999 and spent the next seven years at the club, playing 76 times and scoring five goals in the Premier League. After hanging up his boots after a career that started in Tottenham’s youth system before making a move to Mallorca and Atletico Madrid, he has earned his coaching badges but does not have any experience as a first-team manager. Undeterred, the 43-year-old wants the top job at Old Trafford one day as he identified his main ambition. “I thought about that question yesterday for some reason and my first thought was to become the manager of Manchester United,” he told the Manchester United podcast. “That’s my dream. Of course, I’m starting now with the Under-23s and I’m learning a lot and I want to learn as much as possible because management changes so much in the game today.Advertisement
RINCON FC stormed to a 6-1 win against Jungle Boys in their opener of the 2019 Atkinson Brothers Five-A-Side Floodlight Football competition, on Saturday night at the Kumaka Recreational Ground in Santa Rosa, Region One.Six games were played after the teams (Seniors, the U-15s, the U-17s and the Females), participated in a march-past.Rincon FC were very active in their clash, creating chances and firing a barrage of shots from all angles, and although the Jungle Boys’ keeper made a few good saves, the Rincon footballers were able to dominate.Issac Williams and Vishnu Williams fired in two goals each, while there were one each for Lester Fredericks and Ronald Henry.Ronaldo LaRose scored the lone consolation strike for Jungle Boys.The event, which had a fair amount of spectators, kicked off with the Atkinson Brothers Football Club defeating the Mighty Warriors 2-0 in an U-15 clash after Xavi Atkinson struck a double.Eric Campbell (left) and Evander Daniels (two goals) scored for Rising Sons in their 3-0 win.In game two, the Rising Sons, led by two goals from Evander Daniels and one from Eric Campbell, were able to ease past the Mighty Warriors 3-0 in an U-17 clash. In the other U-17 clash, the ABFC defeated Rising Sons 2-0.In the lone female game of the evening, national women’s footballer, Annalisa Vincent, was on target to hand the ABFC a 1-0 win against All Star Blazers.Vincent, who scored three goals in the 2018 final for the defending champions, Silver Sand Football Club, opted to play with the ABFC side this year after the seven-time champion club failed to field a team.Along with Vincent, goalie Tiffany Chapelle also joined the ABFC side for this year’s four-team female battle.Meanwhile, in the penultimate game of the night, Young Guns defeated Universal Jaguars 2-1.The ninth edition of the games will culminate on Boxing Day after nightly action this week. Christmas day will be an off day.