Today, Colorado-based hydro-funk trio SunSquabi announced their spring 2019 tour dates. This new run of shows marks the third leg of their Instinct Tour and the first stretch to be announced since the release of their newest album, Instinct.Related: Sunsquabi Releases “Biological-Themed Journey Of Evolution” LP, ‘Instinct’ [Listen]Upcoming tour stops will take the band through the midwest and the eastern U.S. with scheduled stops in Boston, Detroit, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and more, with support from Defunk. Scheduled SunSquabi festival stops also include appearances at Bonnaroo, M3F Fest, SweetWater 420 Fest, and Buku.$1 per ticket sold on the tour will go to the Can’d Aid Foundation, which aims to keep music and instruments in the hands of children across America. SunSquabi has partnered with the foundation and hopes to continue to inspire youth across America with instrument donations.You can check out the newly announced dates on the poster or view a full list of SunSquabi’s upcoming shows below. For information on ticketing, head to the band’s website here.SunSquabi Tour DatesJan-30 Boise, ID NeuroluxJan-31 Seattle, WA NeumosFeb-1 Bellingham, WA Wild BuffaloFeb-2 Portland, OR Wonder BallroomFeb-5 Bend, OR Volcanic Theatre PubFeb-6 Eugene, OR Wow HallFeb-7 Reno, NV Crystal BayFeb-8 Berkeley, CA CornerstoneFeb-9 Santa Cruz, CA AtriumFeb-15 San Diego, CA Winston’sFeb-16 Los Angeles, CA The MorrocanMar-2 Phoenix, AZ M3F FestMar-15 Avon, CO AgaveMar-16 Avon, CO AgaveMar-17 Crested Butte, CO Public HouseMar-22 New Orleans, LA BukuMar-27 Iowa City, IA Blue MooseMar-28 Indianapolis, IN MousetrapMar-29 Detroit, MI MajesticMar-30 Cleveland, OH AgoraMar-31 Buffalo, NY Iron WorksApr-3 Boston, MA Brighton Music HallApr-4 Philadelphia, PA FoundryApr-5 Washington, DC Union StageApr-6 Pittsburgh, PA Thunderbird Music HallApr-7 Harrisburg, PA Club XL LiveApr-11 Milwaukee, WI Miramar TheatreApr-12 Minneapolis, MN CaboozeApr-13 Madison, WI Majestic TheatreApr-14 Des Moines, IA Wooly’sApr-20 Atlanta, GA Sweetwater 420May-23-25 Chillicothe, IL Summer CampJun-13 Manchester, TN BonnarooView Tour Dates
New Delhi: Shreyas Iyer-led Delhi Daredevils will lock horns with MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings on Friday at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi.In the last match played at the MCA’s International Stadium in Pune, Chennai Super Kings outshined Delhi Daredevils and won the game by 13 runs.Chennai Super Kings has already qualified for the Play-offs and they are at the number two spot in the Standings while Delhi Daredevils are at the floor of the Points Table with just three wins.On one hand CSK is considered as one of the most consistent team in the Indian Premier League, on the other hand, Delhi Daredevils has struggled in every season of the tournament.Now, the picture of the Play-offs is quite clear and Delhi Daredevils will not be able to make it through the next level this year but it will be interesting to see whether DD manages to clinch win against CSK which will help up building up morale in the coming match against Mumbai Indians.Talking about the batsmen on both sides, Delhi Daredevils has Rishabh Pant, Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw in the squad who have scored on every occasion they come out in the middle while Chennai Super Kings has in-form Shane Watson and Ambati Rayudu who are very crucial for the team.In bowling department, DD has Trent Boult as the leading wicket-taker for the team and Amit Mishra as the most economical bowler in the side while CSK has Deepak Chahar and Dwayne Bravo as a huge asset.Match Predictions – Statistically, in the 17 matches played between the two Chennai Super Kings has won 12 times and Delhi has to settle with just five wins.The favourite pick for today’s match will be Chennai Super Kings because of their consistent performance in the tournament and strong batting line-up. For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.
0Shares0000Riyad Mahrez helped Algeria to an opening 2-0 victory over Kenya © AFP/File / JAVIER SORIANOCAIRO, Egypt, Jun 26 – Senegal coach Aliou Cisse insisted there is no particular plan to counter Algeria star Riyad Mahrez in Thursday’s blockbuster Africa Cup of Nations group clash.Algeria, like highly-fancied Senegal, won their opening game in Group C with captain Mahrez on target in a 2-0 victory over Kenya in Cairo. “There’s no anti-Mahrez plan or similar for (Sofiane) Feghouli or (Yacine) Brahimi, they’re all good players,” said Cisse at Wednesday’s pre-match news conference.“We’re approaching this match trying to care of what we need to do. There’s nothing definitive riding on this match because there’s still another one after that against Kenya.”He added: “It’s an important match, we have three points but we’re not qualified yet. To go far in this competition you need to win as many matches as possible.”Senegal will welcome back Sadio Mane after the Liverpool forward missed the 2-0 defeat of Tanzania due to suspension.Inter Milan’s Keita Balde, who scored the opening goal against the east Africans, could be the player to make way for Mane, demonstrating the wealth of attacking options in the squad.“The return of Sadio Mane can give us a boost. He’s one of our leaders and he’s ready,” said Cisse, who is looking to lead the Teranga Lions to a first continental title.“What does a team need to be African champions? If I had the recipe I think I’d keep it to myself,” said Cisse, captain of the team that finished runners-up in 2002.“You need to be tough mentally and ready to suffer. It’s not easy to play in Africa, you can do well in Europe but not find your bearings here.”“Being favourites in this competition doesn’t mean much, if you look recently at Zambia or Cameroon two years ago for example, they weren’t among the favourites.”Algeria coach Djamel Belmadi rejected any notion his team are overly reliant on Manchester City winger Mahrez, the 2016 African footballer of the year, ahead of a match he views as “important but not decisive”.“This comes from the journalists, even the players they don’t have this feeling. Riyad Mahrez, we know he is very a good player in the team, he’s one of them,” said Belmadi.“I’m sure Mohamed Salah and Mane have the same feeling. This way of thinking comes from the journalists and maybe fans, but not us at all.”0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)