Spread The Word Announces Family Band With Members Of SCI, Sunsquabi, Break Science, More

first_imgReturning to Denver, CO for the sixth straight year, Spread The Word Music Festival has just revealed another exciting component of the upcoming 2018 event. Taking place from May 11th through the 13th at the Fox Street Compound, the festival will see a headlining performance from the Jeff Austin Band (former leader of Yonder Mountain String Band), A-Mac & The Height (2 shows), and Spread The Word Family Band. Today, the festival revealed that the Spread The Word Family Band will feature Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident), Kevin Donohue (Sunsquabi), Josh Fairman (Sunsquabi), Borahm Lee (Break Science, Pretty Lights Live Band), Clark Smith (Dynohunter), Ashley Niven (Tiger Party), Megan Letts (Mama Magnolia), and Will Trask (Great American Taxi).The full billing includes Magic Beans, Tatanka, Skydyed, Eminence Ensemble, Grant Farm, Great American Taxi, Evanoff, Cycles, Tnertle, Lucid Vision, Whitewater Ramble, Dead Floyd, Rastasaurus, The Sweet Lillies. Aaron Bordas, Spectacle, Mikey Thunder, Trufeelz, Homepage Spaceship, Caribou Mountain Collective, The Orcastra (The Orcastrator Live Band), Avenhart, Emma Mayes & The Hip, Dog City Disco, Cosmic Mesa, and Morsel, as well as a late-night Everyone Orchestra set conducted by Matt Butler at Cervantes. Check out the full lineup below, and head to the festival’s official website for more information.last_img read more

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400 kilos of ‘ice’ seized in Australia

first_imgA search of an air cargo consignmentthat arrived at a Sydney freight depot from the US on Oct. 15 found 768 bottlesof sriracha chili sauce, “with presumptive testing returning a positiveindicator for methylamphetamine (ice),” New South Wales state police said. SYDNEY – Four men were arrested forsmuggling 400 kilograms of crystal meth, “or ice” worth an estimated A$300million ($210 million) concealed in bottles of sriracha hot chili sauce fromthe United States (US), Australian police said on Thursday. Seized bottles of sriracha hot chilli sauce, which were later found to conceal “crystal meth or ice,” are seen in Sydney, Australia on Oct. 15. MANDATORY CREDIT NEW SOUTH WALES POLICE FORCE/HANDOUT VIA REUTERS Police arrested a 36-year-old man onSunday and made two more arrests on Monday at the car park of a hotel inSydney’s central business district. A fourth man was arrested on Thursdaymorning. Ice, or crystal methamphetamine, isone of the most potent varieties of amphetamine drug. The name “ice” becamepopular due to its white little “crystals” and glass-like appearance.(Reuters)last_img read more

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