The Weeknd, Florence + the Machine, and Arcade Fire will headline Life Is Beautiful when the festival returns to downtown Las Vegas from September 21st to 23rd. The gathering will also feature an assortment of muralists, comedians, and speakers as well as the usual appearances by Cirque de Soleil.Other performers on the bill include DJ Snake, Justice, St. Vincent, Gramatik, Miguel, Sylvan Esso, Odesza, Death Cab For Cutire, Wolfmother, First Aid Kit, Jungle, and Cold War Kids, among many others.Last year’s Life Is Beautiful festival brought thousands of people to downtown Las Vegas with sets from Muse, Gorillaz, Blink-182, HAIM, and many more. You can check out our review of the 2017 event, which Josh Martin described as “an experience that was at once enchanting and entrapping, enlightening and forceful, campy and conscientious.”Tickets for the 2018 Life Is Beautiful Festival will sale Thursday, April 26th.
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Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Proctors is not a gamble. I was so excited in November when I bought my tickets to see the Celtic Women at Proctors.A few days prior to the concert, I began receiving emails and phone calls informing me that my tickets were not valid. I called Proctors and spoke to Peter Delocis. Peter informed me that I had been hacked on the internet, mainly because I did not purchase my tickets on the Proctors website.Peter spoke to his manager, and together they ensured that we did get our tickets. I cannot express the joy and gratitude we have experienced as a result of Peter and his manager helping us to follow our dream. Thank you, Proctors.David Fitz SimonsJohnstownMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Cuomo calls for clarity on administering vaccineEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18
The Italian, who will work alongside Alan Curtis at the Liberty Stadium, has an interesting CV. Here, Press Association Sport’s James Cann looks at five things Swans fans should know about their new man. Former Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin has been named Swansea’s new head coach. 3. He failed to win big in Monte Carlo Guidolin has coached outside of Italy only once before in his career. He signed a two-year deal with ambitious Monaco in 2005 but left the principality after a poor 10th-placed finish in his first season. The Venetian was soon back at Palermo, the club he had previously restored to Serie A after a 35-year absence. Under his stewardship, the Sicilians finished fifth in 2007 to reach the UEFA Cup. 4. He is a promotion expert This may be a bitter pill to swallow for Swans fans but it could well taste a lot sweeter in a year’s time. Guidolin forged his career in Italy on masterminding a series of improbable promotions. His unfancied Vicenza side climbed out of Serie B to win the Coppa Italia and qualify for Europe in the late 1990s. He got the best out of Luca Toni as the striker hit 30 goals to fire Palermo into the top flight and when Parma suffered a shock relegation in 2008, Guidolin helped them bounce back immediately. 5. He turned Alexis Sanchez into the player he is today Guidolin cannot claim to have recruited Sanchez himself – the Chilean arrived at the Stadio Friuli two years before him, in 2008 – but he certainly got the best out of the man from Tocopilla. He is credited with transforming Sanchez from a winger into the creative forward who now provides such a formidable goalscoring threat for Arsenal. Sanchez was key to Udinese’s fourth and third-placed finishes in Serie A, which brought about entry to the Champions League’s qualifying rounds. The likes of Jefferson Montero and Andre Ayew – or even Marvin Emnes – could surely benefit from an arm around the shoulder from the knowledgeable Italian. 1. He knows a thing or two about Swansea’s next opponents When Guidolin called time on his four-season stint as Udinese boss in May 2014, he kept working with the club’s owners, the Pozzo family. His brief was to supervise the three teams under the Pozzos’ control – namely Udinese, Granada, and Watford. And when Slavisa Jokanovic left Vicarage Road in the summer, Guidolin was almost asked to step in before the position ultimately went to Quique Sanchez Flores. Furthermore, Odion Ighalo, Allan Nyom, Almen Abdi and Joel Ekstrand worked with him at Udinese. 2. He could have moved to England nine years ago “I would be pleased to have a professional adventure in England.” In October 2007 an out-of-work Guidolin thanked QPR for their interest in him but turned down the chance to replace John Gregory. The Loftus Road job went instead to Luigi De Canio – with then-owner Flavio Briatore determined to bring some Italian flair to the Shepherd’s Bush outfit, who were then struggling in the Championship. Press Association