The Peach Music Festival wowed jam fans with a great initial lineup announcement several months ago, and today the festival has revealed their final lineup for this year’s event. Taking place from August 11-14 at Montage Mountain near Scranton, PA, the headliners for the event remain unchanged: Trey Anastasio Band, Gregg Allman, The String Cheese Incident, and a collaborative Gregg Allman Incident set.The new lineup features some work from Warren Haynes, who will not only bring Gov’t Mule to the festival but will also play a “Wake Up With Warren” solo set to get things rockin’ in the morning. Further additions include Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, Blackberry Smoke, Toots & the Maytals, Railroad Earth, Dark Star Orchestra (2 sets), Twiddle, Cabinet, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Pimps of Joytime, American Babies, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Aqueous, Consider the Source, The Magic Beans, and so many more!Check out the full finalized lineup below, and head to the Peach Fest website for details.
Radio NZ 6 October 2016Family First Comment: Easily solved. No devices in bedroom. Switch off wifi at night.Children as young as nine are so dependent on their cellphones they check them day and night, research in Britain has found.The study into children’s technology usage was the first of its kind in the UK and involved students in both state and private schools.It found that 45 percent of 11- to 18-year-olds admitted checking their social media accounts when they should have been sleeping.The survey of 2750 people from the 11-18 age group found one in 10 admitted checking at least 10 times a night.They said they were happy to risk turning up for school tired and unable to concentrate to look at their night-time notifications.About 68 percent admitted using a mobile at night was affecting their school work, while a quarter admitted to feeling tired during the day because of it.In total, 94 percent of the group were using social media and, of those, about 10 percent said they would feel stressed about missing out if they did not check their device before going to sleep.Of those who checked their phones after going to bed, about 32 percent said their parents were unaware they were doing so.READ MORE: http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/world/315025/sleep-comes-second-for-device-dependent-kids
Plateau United earned a gritty goalless draw away to top position rivals, Lobi Stars to retain the top spot on the log after Match-day 21 games of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) yesterday.In another top draw fixture, River United nicked a 2-1 win against Kano Pillars to move into second place, above Lobi Stars.In Lafia, struggling Nasarawa United stunned cup holders, Enyimba to halt the Aba side’s recent surge that saw them go unbeaten in four games. In Port Harcourt, Konan N’gouan opened scoring for the Pride of Rivers in the 20th minute when he converted from the penalty spot before Emotan Cletus sealed all three points for Rivers United with an 87th minute goal. Rabiu Ali got a consolation for Kano Pillars in the 91st minute.In Uyo, Akwa United missed the chance to close the gap on third placed Lobi Stars, managing to grind out a late goal to draw 1-1 draw with relegation threatened Warri Wolves.Jumbo Wisdom scored the all important goal for Wolves in the 70th minute from the penalty spot while Ndifreke Effiong rescued the points for the Promise Keepers. Akwa United remain fourth on the table while Warri Wolves move up to 16th.Enyimba’s winning streak came to an end yesterday as they lost to relegation threatened Nasarawa United. Enyimba thought they had taken the lead when Dare Olatunji put the ball into the back of the net in the 17th minute but he was judged to be in an offside position.However, it was Nasarawa who took the lead when Chinedu Ohanachom showed some exceptional predatory instincts to score from close range after Haggai Katoh’s low effort hit the bar.Hagai Katoh completed a brilliant performance by scoring the second goal of the match in the 89th minute.Jigawa Golden Stars came from behind to beat Wikki Tourists 2-1 and gave a boost to their determined fight to avoid relegation.Promise Damala gave Wikki Tourists in the second minute but Ibrahim Saleh equalized for Jigawa just after the break. Abdulahi Lala completed the come-back for Jigawa who are still in the relegation zone despite the win.There were also nil all draws in Agege and Akure. Coach Fidelis Ilechukwu returned to his old ground at Age with Heartland to share points with MFM that gave him his coaching stripes in the league.Rangers drew 0-0 also in Akure with Sunshine Stars.MATCHDAY 21Nasarawa 2-0 EnyimbaRivers Utd 2-1 PillarsJigawa 2-1 WikkiAdamawa 2-1 IfeanyiUbahKatsina 1-0 Abia WarriorsAkwa Utd 1-1 WolvesMFM 0-0 HeartlandLobi 0-0 PlateauSunshine 0-0 RangersDakkada 0-0 Kwara UtdShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram