STS9 will ring in the new year with a run of five shows in Atlanta, GA. Billed as 2020 Visions, the year-end run will see the band perform for four nights at local favorite venue, The Tabernacle, on December 27th (with sub-ID), 28th (with ExMag), 29th (with Toubab Krewe), and 31st (with Modern Measure). STS9 will also perform at an as-yet-undisclosed location on December 30th. Details and ticketing information for the December 30th show as part of the STS9 2020 Visions NYE run will be revealed at a later date.Fans can head here now to register for pre-sale tickets to the four announced shows and enter for a chance to win various prizes including a “Season 2020” pass, which includes two tickets to any non-festival STS9 show in 2020. Since the start of 2019, STS9 has been busy on the road playing multiple nightly sets at premier North American venues including LA’s Wiltern, SF’s Warfield, Austin’s ACL Live, Colorado’s Red Rocks, and NY’s Brooklyn Mirage. Between their stacked sold-out plays, they’ve brought their universally acclaimed transcendent performances to the world’s biggest jam & electronic festivals like Electric Forest, Summer Camp, Camp Bisco, and their own four-night event, Wave Spell. Now in its second year running, Wave Spell featured nine momentous sets from STS9, including three EP showcases alongside other notable names on the bill like Mark Farina, The New Deal, Thirftworks, Christian Martin, Random Rab, among others.Related: STS9 Pushes The Sky To The Limit At Explosive Red Rocks Finale [Photos/Video]See below for a full list of STS9’s upcoming tour dates. For more information and ticketing details, head to the band’s website here.STS9 Upcoming Tour DatesOctober 24 – Suwannee Hulaween Festival (Live Oak, FL)October 26 – The Caverns – Pelham, TNOctober 27 – The Caverns – Pelham, TNNovember 22 – Wonderfront Festival – San Diego, CADecember 27 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GADecember 28 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GADecember 29 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GADecember 30 – To Be AnnouncedDecember 31 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GAView Upcoming Tour Dates
Sheyi Ojo’s move from Liverpool to Stade de Reims during the last few days of the Ligue 1 transfer window took people by surprise a bit. While there has been a bit of a swing lately, it’s still rare for a British footballer to try his luck abroad when there’s so much comfort and money in England’s top two tiers.However, the U21 international decided to give it a go, and he’s now on loan with the newly promoted French side, making his debut just before the international break in a 1-0 loss against Montpellier, coming off the bench for 12 minutes.With the signature now sealed and the player theirs for the foreseeable future, Stade de Reims have opened up on how they managed to pull off what they see as a nice little coup, via their president Jean-Pierre Caillot.Embed from Getty ImagesSpeaking to Foot Mercato, he said: “Even if all the lovers of French football know what the club represented in the past, when you’re Liverpool and you’re told Reims are interested in one of your players, you ask yourself if they aren’t crazy people contacting you.“But when you make the people come here a few times, they see the stadium, how you work, the teams, they start to take you seriously and we can get somewhere, sometimes in the last few days of the transfer window.”During his time at Liverpool, Ojo has made 13 appearances for the club, scored a goal and picked up three assists, and has also been sent on loans to Wigan, Wolves and Fulham in the Championship to help with his development.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must-Have. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoDating.comThe Most Handsome Men In Hong Kong On This Dating SiteDating.comUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndo
We’ve all watched movies or read books that depicted some sort of a time machine. A character would enter the time machine and get to experience a bunch of memories from the yesteryears, hoping and praying that they’d be able to fend off the incoming reality and stay in the past for the remainder of time.My memories of the Orioles early in my life have always stayed with me, but they’ve dimmed as I’ve gotten older. I remember my first day of Pre-K, my First Communion, my first day of middle school, my first baseball game as a little leaguer, etc. Fitting right in with those memories are memories of sitting in the left field stands with my mom in the mid 90s when we had to order our tickets at the beginning of the year to make sure we got good seats for the games we wanted to go to.I faintly remember sitting in left field watching B.J. Surhoff and Brady Anderson patrol the outfield as the fans were hanging on every single pitch. I remember when fans really associated with the players on the field, and welcomed them as part of their Baltimore family.But again, as time has passed and losing seasons have amassed, the details of those memories have faded.Until last night, when I entered into my own personal time machine as I walked into Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The ceremony was really special and something that I’ll probably always remember. It was evident from early on that this was going to be a special night. It wasn’t going to be a bunch of fans attending the game simply because they got free tickets or because they wanted to take home a bronze statue to put on E-bay. I knew last night would be different, but to what extent? I wasn’t sure…I started to get an idea of just how different this warm September night would be when Jason Hammel threw his first strike. The crowd erupted. Like, literally erupted. J.J. Hardy made two really nice plays to start the inning as Jason Hammel set down the first two Yankees he faced in his return from the disabled list.Then something really, well, crazy happened. Jason Hammel threw strike two to Robinson Cano. Fans started to stand. More fans got up. And more. And more…Every single person in the stadium was on their feet, urging Jason Hammel to strike out Robinson Cano. There wasn’t anything on the scoreboard urging the fans to stand up. There wasn’t any lame applause sound effect being played over the loud speaker. Rather, it was just a pure moment of baseball joy that engulfed the 46 thousand fans that packed the most beautiful sports stadium in the world. It was pretty special.Even more special was the bottom of the inning. J.J. Hardy singled with one out, as did Nate McLouth. Adam Jones brought Hardy home to give the O’s the 1-0 lead, and then Matt Wieters stepped to the plate.On the first pitch, Wieters, who in 2009 made the most anticipated rookie debut in recent Orioles history, once again penned his name into the Orioles history books as he tomahawked a three run home-run into the left field stands. With one swing, Matt Wieters and the rest of his Orioles teammates announced to the city, and to the world, something that I would have laughed at five months ago.