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After being broken up for five years, Ween reunited with a series of performances at the 1stBANK Center in Broomfield, Colorado. A year and a half later, the beloved band will return to the colorful state and make their return to renowned Morrison, CO venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre!Ween has announced a performance at Red Rocks on July 12th, their first at the famed venue since 2009. Expect lots of excitement when brown meets red! Tickets and more information about the show can be found here. This show marks their sixth-ever performance on the Rocks, but also their first since reuniting. We can’t wait.To get in the mood for the madness to come, be sure to watch Ween’s 2006 Red Rocks performance in the video below.
John Mulaney & Nick Kroll in ‘Oh, Hello on Broadway'(Photo: Joan Marcus) Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 22, 2017 View Comments Oh, Hello on Broadway Oh, Hello has extended its Broadway run once again and will now play through January 22; it had previously been set to shutter on January 15. Nick Kroll and John Mulaney’s half-scripted, half spontaneous Great White Way debut was originally scheduled to run through January 8 at the Lyceum Theatre.Helmed by Alex Timbers, Oh, Hello centers on Gil Faizon (Kroll) and George St. Geegland (Mulaney), two outrageously opinionated, 70-something, native New Yorkers that the pair first began playing on the alternative comedy stages in NYC. Honed for over a decade, the fictional duo garnered a cult following and found their way onto a Comedy Central special, viral videos and late night couches everywhere.Oh, Hello is Gil and George’s “memoir for the stage”—a laugh-a-minute, two-man tour-de-force that’s totally unprecedented. Tina Fey, Seth Rogen, Ben Platt, Alex Brightman and Josh Groban are just a few of the stars Gil and George have welcomed to the stage during the run.As recently announced, the Olivier-winning The Play That Goes Wrong will begin performances at the Lyceum Theatre in March 2017. Related Shows
GT Panthers and Fruta U-20 are the latest two teams to register wins in the 2019 Limacol football tournament following matches on Wednesday evening. In the opening game, Panthers picked up their win through a needling effort by Vincent Thomas in the 13th minute and never looked back.In the other game, Fruta U-20 mauled Buxton Stars 8-1.Lead by Nicholas McArthur in the 35th, 46th and 87th, the U-20 side were all over their East Coast opponents.Ryan Hackette (29th, 49th), Wayne Barker (73rd, 74th) and Dihara Thomas (84th) were names on the score sheet as Jamali Major (63rd) recorded Buxton’s only goal in the game.In the latest standings, Santos U-20 side lead the Group A with three wins from three games and goal difference of 7 while second-place Timehri Panthers have played two games and won one, losing the other for a total of three points and a negative-one goal difference.Black Pearl and Camptown FC have one point with a goal difference of negative-three but the former have one match left while the latter have played all the matches in the round.In the Group B, Fruta U-20 lead the way with nine points after three wins from three games and a goal difference of 14 while second-place of the group belongs to Buxton Stars, who have one win, one draw and one loss for a total of four points and a negative-six goal difference.GFC sit third with three points with one win and two losses from the maximum number of games and a goal difference of -2 while Northern Rangers have a negative-six goal difference and one point from three games with two losses and a draw.Group C has leaders Riddim Squad from two games with six wins and a goal difference of six while second-place GT Panthers have the same number of points from three games (two wins and a loss) and a negative-one goal difference.Beacon have one point and a negative goal difference after one win and one draw from their two games while Pouderoyen have one point from their three games (one win) and a negative-four goal difference.In Group D, Pele lead the way with two wins and a draw on seven points with a goal difference of seven while Mahaica Determinators sit second just one point behind, with two wins and a loss and one goal difference.In third, Dynamics Football Club have four points after one win, one loss and one draw with a negative-one goal difference while Police B end the tournament winless and with a goal difference of negative-seven.Matches continue today with the last of the third-round matches featuring Timehri Panthers playing against Black Pearl from 19:00hrs and Riddim Squad playing Beacon from 21:00hrs.Meanwhile, on Sunday, the first quarter-final will take place and will see Santos U-20 take on Buxton Stars and Pele play GT Panthers.