Marcelo Burlon has created the Fondazione, a charitable organization which is in collaboration with C2C, the music festival which will be broadcast on dice.fm.
Marcelo Burlon has created the Fondazione, a charitable organization which is in collaboration with C2C, the music festival which will be broadcast on dice.fm.
Marcelo Burlon, the creative brain behind the eponymous Milan-based fashion brand and event organizer for brands like Gucci, Alexander McQueen and Raf Simons, has just launched the Fondazione Marcelo Burlon.
The private, non-profit organization focuses on the protection and support of human, civil and political rights and supports cultural and gender minorities. In addition to all these causes, its focal point is to propose educational initiatives as a solution.
The first intercultural multidisciplinary experience created by the Foundation is a collaboration with C2C Festival.
This interactive and immersive evening was filmed by each guest with a VCR which was handed over by Burlon upon everyone’s arrival. All of the video footage was brought together and mastered into a comprehensive cinematic experience by Weirdcore, the London-based digital audiovisual mastermind and longtime Aphex Twim collaborator.
The most anticipated event is the one to come. September 27e will mark the unveiling of this special film project.
The festival is visible from 27e by anyone who donates, and all donations will go to one of the Foundation’s causes: the transgender shelter, Casa Marcella.
It’s been a year and a half – 18 months and 17 days to be exact – since the CRSSD Festival last opened its doors. But everything changes this weekend.
Local promoters FNGRS CRSSD bring their namesake experience back to Waterfront Park on Saturday and Sunday for two full days of music.
Like so many other live events, the popular biannual electronic music festival died out during the pandemic. However, since California’s COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, the CRSSD has slowly rebuilt its brand – from small one-off events at Belmont Park’s Beach House and Quartyard in the East Village to the big day in August. .
Since its inception in 2015, CRSSD has consistently assembled an impressive and eclectic lineup that spans both generations and genres. This weekend’s iteration is no different. With artists like Zhu, Camelphat, Aluna, Jamie Jones, Carl Craig, Seth Troxler, ANNA, Hot Since 82 and Boys Noize set to perform, it almost seems like the CRSSD never left.
Kaytranada: With a Polaris Music Award and several Juno Awards already to his name, Canadian producer and DJ Kevin Celestin recently won two Grammys for his second album, “Bubba,” including one for Best Dance / Electronic Album. The Haitian-born, Montreal-raised artist has also produced pieces for Anderson .Paak, Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys, Chet Faker and Talib Kweli.
Sasha and John Digweed: The peanut butter and jelly of electronic music, this British DJ duo have spent more time behind the decks – both individually and together – than the average age of most CRSSD attendees. Despite independent success, as well as multiple breakups / reunions, the couple have never officially quit and are joining forces again. Like Carl Craig, his colleague at CRSSD, the duo are a staple in house and techno culture.
Jon Hopkins: The Mercury-nominated Grammy-nominated composer / producer began as a classically trained pianist. His varied career includes producing and touring with Coldplay, playing in the band Imogen Heap, composing soundtracks to Gareth Edwards and Peter Jackson films, and remixing Four Tet, Nosaj Thing and David Lynch. Her sixth studio album, “Music for Psychedelic Therapy”, will be released in November.
Flying Lotus: The Los Angeles-based DJ-producer (aka Steven Ellison) is the great-nephew of Alice Coltrane and founder of the Brainfeeder label. He is a regular music contributor to Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim and has produced artists like Mac Miller, Chance the Rapper, Kendrick Lamar and Danny Brown. Ellison won a Grammy for his production of Thundercat’s 2020 album, “It Is What It Is,”and released his seventh studio album, “Yasuke,” a soundtrack from the Netflix series of the same name which he also produced by management.
Kelly Lee Owens: The Welsh DJ, producer and singer began her career experiencing the healing powers of music at a cancer hospital where she worked as a nursing assistant. She continued to work with artists such as Björk, St. Vincent, Daniel Avery, Jenny Hval and her fellow CRSSD performer Jon Hopkins. Owens has released two full albums, including last year’s “Inner Song”, which features a cover of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes / Arpeggi” and an appearance by John Cale of The Velvet Underground.
The importance of music and art during the pandemic: “Take all the music, movies and art with you. Take the books to your shelf. Take it all off and ask yourself how you would have coped? I know that for me it wouldn’t have been very good. So I see it as a ray of hope that people seem to be enjoying something like music again. It helps us to understand how it transports us in life. And that’s a beautiful thing.
Back to live shows: “It’s so special to be back. Obviously, this has been incredibly difficult for so many people. But we also had the time and space to think about things like ‘what do I really want’, ‘who am I’ and ‘what makes me really happy? It allowed us to re-evaluate our work and our lives. It gives people time to think. And now I just think everyone is so happy to be together again, listening to music and dancing. It was magic. It’s a two-way street between artists and people who listen to music. We need each other. There is no separation. And I’m so grateful to be a part of it again.
When: Doors open on Saturday and Sunday noon
Or: Waterfront Park, 1600 Pacific Coast Highway, downtown
Align: Zhu, Camelphat, Aluna, Jamie Jones, Carl Craig, Seth Troxler, ANNA, Hot Since 82 and Boys Noize
COVID Protocol: The CRSSD follows state COVID-19 guidelines, encouraging masks and social distancing.
THe imagined from Taos, singer-songwriter Max Gomez, the Red River Folk Festival is an annual 4-day event held in the resort town of Red River, New Mexico.
Carefully curated by Gomez, the festival features both emerging artists and national tours, and is organized in partnership with the Miners Market Artisan Crafts Fair, drawing thousands of visitors to this charming venue every year.
Past headliners include Dave Alvin, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Shawn Mullins, James McMurtry, Michael Martin Murphey, The Secret Sisters, Jim Lauderdale, Max Gomez, Steve Poltz, Joe Purdy, Chuck Prophet and others. This year will not disappoint either.
Tempo has remained in contact with Gomez throughout the pandemic and continues to showcase all of his creative output, including the live broadcasts he has consistently broadcast throughout this troubled time.
We reunited with him again recently to hear about the Red River Folk Festival.
You’ve been busy during the pandemic broadcasting live concerts, but now you’re heading back to Rivière Rouge for a real festival, God willing! Tell us what to expect.
It will be another great festival! You can always expect great lineup, great weather and fresh mountain air at the Red River Folk Festival. It is a beautiful place to enjoy good music. You have to see the places to believe them.
Will COVID protocols be in place – how do event organizers plan to handle things this year?
I’m happy to share that this year the festival will be 100 percent outdoors. The Motherlode Saloon, which has hosted most of our evening concerts in the past, we have transformed it into an open-air hall. We’re going to have a large wedding-style tent in front of the living room with spaced seats and heat lamps etc. This changes a lot from previous years, but we are really happy to host a safer event. The other sites will be outside in the sun with plenty of room to stretch out. Regarding COVID, we are confident that we will handle the event in the safest way possible.
Can you tell us a bit about the programming?
We have Michael Martin Murphey, Bill Hearne, Chris Arellano. Some of the new New Mexicans, Joe Purdy and Esther Rose. Joe has been someone I have admired for many years. I just found out about Esther and we are delighted to have her with her group. Mary Gauthier is going to perform and I think she will be hosting a songwriting workshop. He is a very inspiring person and a great artist. Did I mention Junior Brown? He will play with his group and I will be in the foreground. My dad used Junior’s records in the car growing up. It will be great to see him in a small setting like this. Leslie Stevens is a series of sneak attacks. She is really a great artist at the level of the best. It is an honor to welcome all the musicians of Red River. Most are close friends and it is an annual party that we have so that we can all see each other and share stories and songs. The artists I mentioned here are part of our programming. Visit our website for the full program and schedule.
I imagine you wrote a storm – can we expect a new recording soon?
I work on a song whenever I get the chance! In fact, I just released a new recording of an old blues song, “Key to the Highway”. But I plan to start a new album of original songs in the fall.
Would you like to add anything else?
Yes! Our little festival in Red River has a fairly small capacity and we’re almost sold out as is, so don’t wait to grab a ticket if you’re planning on coming. We will be refueling soon. But don’t forget that our afternoon shows in the park (12 p.m. to 5 p.m.) have a larger capacity and cost only $ 10 to enter. Even less for children. We would love to see you there.
Courtesy Photo The 7th Annual Thunder Bay Folk Festival is taking place this weekend at the Alpena Tractor and Steam Engine Club Fairgrounds on French Road. Above, a photo from a previous festival.
ALPENA – You don’t need to play an instrument or sing along to enjoy the music this weekend.
The 7th Annual Thunder Bay Folk Festival begins today (for camping registration) and runs through Sunday at the Alpena Antique Tractor Showgrounds at 6850 French Road, Alpena.
The festival will feature live music from at least 18 musicians, as well as workshops, children’s activities, live demonstrations, craft and food vendors, rustic camping, and more.
“Everyone is looking forward to it,” said Bonnie Bartz, president of the Thunder Bay Folk Society, which runs the festival.
She said the musicians were excited to perform and the craft vendors were also excited to be able to participate in the festival.
Performers include Peacemeal String Band, Mercier, Seth Bernard, Chris Crown & The Get Down Band, The Hackwells, Ferdinand The Bull, Citrus Orange, The Mark Lavengood Band, Sean Miller, Kimberly Megoran, Ian McConnell, Love St. Live, Kevin Ballmer, Tina Honeker, Joel Choate Sr., Lee Kitzman, Russ Franzen and Wild Rose, of which Bartz is the lead singer.
Most of the artists are from Michigan, but Ferdinand The Bull is from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
“A lot of the people who come are musicians themselves,” Bartz noted. “There are a lot of games sitting around the campsite, there is also some scrambling, which is part of the fun.”
Open mic times will be offered, along with jam sessions and a drum kiva (drum circle) in the woods after dark, which is mesmerizing, Bartz said.
“Back in the woods we’ll have a bonfire, and usually starting around nightfall, Paul Conger will be back in the lead,” Bartz said. “Anyone, you can bring a drum, or Paul is going to bring a bunch of drums, you just drummer. It’s a bit hypnotic. This is very fun.”
Bartz expects around 400 people to attend the event, around 300 fewer than in 2019, but she is happy the festival can take place this year after being canceled during the pandemic in 2020.
“I think some people might be a little hesitant,” Bartz said, as the COVID-19 pandemic is still dragging on. “It’s kind of a mix of people who are very anxious to go out and other people who are still a little nervous.”
She noted that the event takes place mostly outdoors and that the main stage is located in a barn with wide doors to the outside and open air circulation.
The event is fun for all ages, she added.
“The Optimist Club will be there to organize activities for the children,” Bartz said. “And the Alpena Boys & Girls Club will be there.”
Twister Joe will be on hand to make balloons and hats for the kids, she said, courtesy of the Alpena Optimist Club.
She added that the health department will be there, offering vaccinations and COVID-19 tests for those who are interested.
Doors open at 8 a.m. on Fridays and performances start at 1 p.m. and go until midnight. Then they reopen at 8 a.m. on Saturday, which is the day with the most performances, until midnight.
An all weekend pass costs $ 50 at the door, or $ 15 for Friday and $ 35 for Saturday. Young people aged 15 and under enter for free. Discounted tickets are available today only at Joel’s Guitar Shop. You can enter for $ 15 after 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Volunteers are always needed and come in for free if they work four hours.
Rustic camping costs $ 20 per night on a first come, first served basis.
For more information, including a full program and artist biographies, visit thunderbayfolkfest.org.
Bartz is keeping his fingers crossed for the good weather.
“People say, ‘Why do you have it so late in the year? “But the weather is unpredictable all year round,” she noted. “And we have a big community bonfire, so if it’s cold, people have a place to go to warm up.”
MILWAUKEE – About half as many people attended Summerfest this year compared to 2019, as the already postponed music festival struggled under the weight of the persistent COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to contain the spread of the virus among festival-goers, staff and artists.
The festival released this year’s attendance figures on Wednesday. Organizers said 409,386 fans attended the 9-day festival. This is compared to the 718,144 people who attended the 2019 release.
Another declining figure this year is the number of musicians playing at the festival. Organizers said just over 800 musicians performed. That is compared to over 2,000 performers in 2019. The last Summerfest lasted two days longer than this year’s version. Summerfest took place in spurts this year between September 2 and 18.
The organizers saw this year’s render as a test that few other festivals could put together.
“As one of the few national music festivals to take place this year, Summerfest has made it an unforgettable September by fulfilling its mission of providing a world-class outdoor music experience at a low price for its fans.” , organizer of Summerfest, Milwaukee World Festival. announced in the press release on Wednesday.
“Considering several important factors impacting the festival, including the move to September, the emergence of the Delta variant, the addition of new entry protocols, the loss of public transport and the rainy weekend. On Labor Day, Summerfest attendance was lower than in previous years, totaling 409,386 fans over the nine-day race, ”said the organizer.
First published in the September 18 print issue of the Glendale News Press.
Glendale’s two craft breweries won two California Craft Brewers Cup gold medals in August. Brewyard Beer took first place among amber hybrids with its iconic Jewel City lager, while Paperback Brewing took top honors for American-style India Pale Ales with Tucked In By Strangers. The contest, held in Sacramento, had 60 categories in total. This latest award represents the fifth honor for Jewel City, a California Common lager that blends malty flavors of caramel and earthy hops and with a deeper amber color that sets it apart from other lagers. Beer ultimately prompted Brewyard to create a full line of California Common beers, which use lager yeast but are brewed at beer fermentation temperatures and were launched during the Gold Rush.
“Jewel City is our mascot because that’s the big motivator for this great beer experience we’re having here,” said Kirk Nishikawa, co-founder of Brewyard. “It was a great experience for us because we were fighting this wave of ‘anti-lagerism’ when we opened six years ago, so we had to find a way to market it without calling it a lager. . In addition to this award, Jewel City – whose label pays homage to the Verdugo Mountains – won a silver medal at the 2019 Los Angeles International Commercial Beer Competition; a bronze medal and a gold medal at the California State Trade Fair Commercial Beer Competitions in 2018 and 2017, respectively; and a silver medal at the 2017 San Diego International Commercial Beer Competition. The gold medal for Tucked In By Strangers, a West Coast IPA brewed entirely with 100% mosaic hops, represents the very first prize for Paperback, launched in summer 2020. IPA, one of many offered by the brewer, includes a blend of floral, tropical and fruity notes and is designed to be less bitter and more palatable for those who are put off by a strong hop flavor. “We’re pretty happy,” said Paperback co-founder Chris Cesnek. “We couldn’t be more excited, especially with an IPA. When you enter this category you don’t expect to win because there are so many varieties listed. It’s a dream come true, and I hope there will be many more to come. In another nod to his art, Paperback’s latest West Coast IPA, Straight Out of Quarantine !, is being touted today as the official beer of the Los Angeles Beer Festival.
Thirty miles southeast of Austin on the Colorado River is the charming country town of Bastrop and the site of a four-day music festival starting Thursday. The Bastrop Music Festival will present more than 40 shows in 10 downtown venues, and attendees will hear a range of genres throughout the weekend, including blues, country, soul, folk and Latin. . Wristbands, a full schedule of shows, and details of free-to-the-public shows are all available here. Thursday-Sunday, 809 Main Street, Bastrop
Prost all weekend at Easy Tiger’s Oktoberfest
All three Easy Tiger locations have a full weekend of beer drinking, pretzel drinking and live music planned as part of their Oktoberfest activities, and we only have one word to describe our excitement: Prost ! You’ll want to make sure you dust off the old leather pants before the stein-lifting contests run by St. Elmo Brewing, Austin Beerworks, and Real Ale Brewing. The East location hosts Dogtoberfest on Saturday and the Oktoberfest edition of Twin City Trivia will close the weekend at Easy Tiger South. To view the full calendar of events for each location, click here. Wednesday-Sunday, (North) 6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd., Ste. 1100; (South) 3508 S. Lamar Blvd., Ste 200; (East) 1501 E. 7th St.
Catch a Comic Book (or 100) at the Moontower Comedy Festival
Celebrating the 10th year of the four-day comedy frenzy, the Moontower Comedy Festival returns Wednesday with more than 100 comedians at 10 locations in Austin until its finale on Saturday night. The midnight shows at the Paramount Theater will return with Bob The Drag Queen, winner of RuPaul Drag Race, and other headliners include Dave Attell, Leanne Morgan and Your Mom’s House, which will be a live podcast recording. For the full schedule and badge options, visit here. Wednesday-Saturday, several locations
Sip spirits at the grand opening of the Fierce Whiskers Distillery
To prove that great American whiskey can come from a truly unexpected place, the Fierce Whiskers Distillery finally opens near McKinney Falls State Park on Saturday. The distillery has been under construction since 2015, and whiskey novices and connoisseurs alike can come see the tasting room and sample the brand’s Texas Tight Cut. A new food truck, Char, and Austin Oyster Co. will provide bites and there will be live music from Jake Harrell and the Nick Swift Band. Register for the free event here to receive the event’s programming and participate in the Barrel Club members’ draw for $ 1,000. Saturday, 5333 Fleming Court
Welcome Fall to Barton Hill Farms
Hello, first day of fall! The annual Barton Hill Farms Fall Festival returns this weekend with a “Hey Elon!” X-space themed corn maze, squared pumpkins and picking sunflowers and zinnias. Plenty of other family-friendly activities are on-site – a hiking trail, archery, and farm animals, to name a few – and drinks from the beer garden (frozen sangria, do you mind? ) Will wait for the parents. Buy your tickets in advance here. Saturday and Sunday, 1115 FM 969, Bastrop
Support Austin Reuse Artists
Shoppers can browse recycled creations from over 40 artists in the community during the Austin Creative Reuse Market Days this weekend. Things like 3D art, refurbished housewares, and recycled clothing and jewelry will all be on display outside in the side lot. Be sure to take a recycled cactus planter to the board table, where buyers can also make their own quilted square to help with a community quilting project. For a full list of participating reuse artists, click here. Saturday and Sunday 2005 Wheless Lane
Support Austin FC
Enjoy a night out at the new Q2 Stadium as Austin FC takes on the LA Galaxy. The game starts on Sunday at 6 p.m. Buy tickets here. Sunday, 10414 Place Mc Kalla
FRIGID New York will present the 10th annual Gotham Storytelling Festival featuring some of New York’s best storytellers including Jamie Brickhouse (Dangerous When Wet; National Storytelling Network Grand Slam winner; 4-time Moth champion), Michele Carlo (There Goes the Neighborhood; Story Collider; PBS ‘Stories from the Stage; MOTH GrandSlam), David Lawson (“Rage Restaurant” sketch on Central comedy; host / curator of Theater des Reines‘s #QueensTheatreAtHome), Uno Osata (A 24 Decade History of Popular Music with Taylor Mac; With you!; exHOTic Other), Shailah Edmonds (Wild Child to Couture Style: The Shailah Edmonds Story), Jackson Sturkey (One Last Love Song with Jackson Sturkey) and Reilly Arena. The festival will take place from November 2 to 14 at the Kraine Theater (85 East 4th Street between 2nd Avenue and Bowery). The performances will also be available live from the house. Tickets ($ 20 in person; $ 15 online) will be available for advance purchase at www.frigid.nyc starting October 7.
Stories in heels: great stories of the glamorous women who changed my life
10 minute story sets from people whose work has been featured by The Moth, The Onion, The New Yorker, Public theater, and more. Hosted by David Lawson.
Written and performed by Reilly Arena
An adaptation of the one woman show by George orwell‘s classic, Animal Farm. With a pair of sticks, I transform into each animal in this show and tell.
A single star
Written and performed by Shailah Edmonds
This hilarious adventure features a small town, a naïve girl, who, despite everything, makes it to the couture catwalks of Paris, which is the highest kingdom of modeling. After having passed blindly from one country to another without direction, and breathtaking experiences, she is happily guided by the men in her life to survive and succeed.
Written and performed by Jackson Sturkey
A work in progress, because Jackson had never believed that the Devil lived in the house at the bottom of the hill. When at the end of the summer of 2018, he was asked if he remembered this teacher from his private Christian high school, he did not. This story reveals the machinations of the institution and how they spent years hiding the devil they know.
Still sick: stories of long Covid
Written and performed by Una Aya Osato and her friends
Join award-winning and critically acclaimed Una Aya Osato and her friends for their first performance of stories sailing through life with Long COVID. In March 2020, New York was the epicenter of the global COVID-19 pandemic. This is when we first got sick. Thousands of New Yorkers like us who have contracted COVID-19 in the past year and a half have not improved. We are the Long-Runners. Come hear our stories about negotiating family, work and life in this new reality, and the community we have formed to get out of it.
Writer Martine Paris attended the BottleRock music festival in California with a compound press pass.
The event has become a mecca for venture capitalists, startup founders and tech executives.
Attendees included executives from Epic Games, Samsung and Warner Brothers Interactive.
See more stories on the Insider business page.
Nestled among the vine-covered hills of Napa Valley in northern California is a music festival that has become a mecca for venture capitalists, startup founders, and tech executives.
Over the Labor Day weekend, BottleRock, with its proximity to San Francisco and Silicon Valley, drew in a crowd of techies who typically flock to Burning Man this time of year – but with canceled events. due to the ongoing pandemic, many have chosen to meet in wine country instead.
“There appear to be a number of factors that have led the industry to converge on BottleRock, largely related to its’ COVID-safer ‘location, decadent food and Guns N’ Roses Slash,” Steve Ross, executive director of business development at Warner Brothers Interactive who attended BottleRock for the first time this year, told Insider.
The producer’s precautions around COVID-19 – with 96% providing proof of vaccination and the rest showing a negative coronavirus test – seem to have paid off. Two weeks after the festival, which saw around 40,000 people per day, was held, no BottleRock-related outbreaks have been reported, Becky Craig, deputy executive director of Napa County, told Insider.
On the higher end of costs, BottleRock offers $ 100,000-per-day suites with access to a platinum Soho House-style clubhouse, which serves Michelin-starred bites, rare wines, and the best bubbles one can find. can sip.
But for a fraction of the price, at $ 1,599 per person for a three-day pass, there’s Skydeck, an outdoor canopy lounge with elevated views and wine bars located on the two main stages that some tech executives prefer.
Capcom COO Rob Dyer was there along with a dozen video game colleagues.
“We usually catch up at industry shows, but that hasn’t been possible over the past two years due to the pandemic, so we decided to meet here,” he said. “It was great to see everyone.”
David Stelzer, director of licenses at the creator of “Fortnite”
Epic games , spent a few days in the Marriott Suite, which, for the same price as Skydeck, offered renowned dishes from top chefs, handcrafted cocktails, and comfy seating to watch the main stage in comfort.
“I’ve wanted to come for years but always had another event. This time it worked,” he told Insider.
Perhaps the biggest draw was the myriad of music on display, with over 80 bands spanning the gamut of genres, from the psychedelic soul of the Black Pumas to the disco dance of the Village People. Along with the spectacle of headliners like Foo Fighters, Miley Cyrus and Megan Thee Stallion, exciting new groups like MUNA from Los Angeles, Hoko from New York and White Reaper from Louisville.
“I was very impressed with the artist’s discovery here,” Fernando Vasconez, director of business development at Samsung, told Insider. “We bumped into an amazing DJ last night and had a blast.”
“BottleRock is great because there is something for everyone,” Ben Black, CEO of Akkadian Ventures, an investor in Palantir and Uber, told Insider. “Plus the food is amazing.”
Serial entrepreneur Doug Dalton toured Bob Lee, a sponsor of investment firms SV Angel and SignalFire, and stumbled upon singers Avril Lavigne and Mod Sun behind the scenes. “It’s a real treat to be able to enjoy festivals again,” he told Insider. “I love to see how much the artists and the audience have missed each other.”
I attended the three day festival with a compound press pass. Here is what I found:
The Victor Classic 2021 kicks off next week, with the women’s events on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, followed by the 2-day men’s event on Saturday and Sunday October 2-3.
The classic then ends with the Canadian mixed quartets on Monday, October 4, statutory holiday.
The women’s events, sponsored by South Coast Realty, are sold out, while it is still possible to register for the men’s event, sponsored by Nino’s, and the Canadian mixed quartets.
Victor Harbor Golf Club captain Rod Ellis said the value of the prizes has increased, thanks to sponsors.
“It’s well worth participating. All registrations are done through the MiTournament website and if you need help getting involved, contact Proshop staff or Heather Haselgrove through the club office,” Rod said.
The prize money in 2021 is very attractive and can go up to $ 2,000. “
Rod Heaslip of South Coast Realty has said he supports the event.
“The ladies are full and we are so proud to be a part of Victor Harbor Golf Club’s premier event,” said Rob.
“We are supporting a local community event at one of the best golf courses in the country. The event has so much history because it’s 41st once it has taken place. It’s great to be involved. “
Simon Pitman from Nino loves his golf and is delighted to sponsor the men’s event.
“I have always wanted to be part of this event. It is so prestigious and the course is emblematic of our region. As someone who lives and works in the area, I am so proud to be involved in one way or another with the Victor Harbor Golf Course. Simon said.
The golf club has a number of events on its calendar.
On Sunday October 10, it’s the club’s mixed quartets event, which will be played this year from the first tee from 9 a.m.
Please register your intention to play, as a team, through the MiClub Member Reservation Portal by October 10.
If you have favorite play partners, enter their names in the same row. This is a neat event, playing for the Mixed Foursomes Trophy and the recap of the awards, as well as the recognition of the best gross with the Ewens Trophy.
Please register before Thursday October 7 and pay $ 10 per team at the Proshop. Start times will then be posted on the booking sheet on Friday October 8.
The next day,Monday, October 11, is the coring and sanding of the greens necessary, although unwelcome.
“This twice-a-year procedure ensures the long-term quality of our greens, with the relatively short disadvantage of slow, sandy greens,” said Rod Ellis.
“The process begins with scarifying the greens on Monday and volunteers are needed to rake and remove the grass. Your help, starting at 8:30 am, will be rewarded with a home-made morning tea, a sizzling sausage lunch with refreshments. and the knowledge that you have contributed to the quality of our course and our club.
“Please write your name on the volunteer sheet on the notice board in the club membership lobby.”