Jamtronica trio SunSquabi has announced their first batch of headlining tour dates for the coming year with 12 shows scheduled throughout the first few weeks of 2019. The Denver-based outfit’s Friday announcement follows the previous news that they would also be climbing aboard the Norwegian Jade as part of Jam Cruise 17 in late January.The winter tour will begin with a concert in front of their hometown fans with Too Many Zooz and The Hip Abduction at The Fillmore in Denver, Colorado on January 26th. The band will then make stops at venues throughout the western U.S. including Neurolux in Boise, ID (1/30); Neumos in Seattle, WA (1/31); Wonder Ballroom in Portland, OR (2/2); Wow Hall in the jam-friendly city of Eugene, OR (2/6); Crystal Bay in Reno, NV (2/7); Atrium in Santa Cruz, CA (2/9); Winston’s in San Diego, CA (2/15); and The Morrocan in Los Angeles, CA (2/16), just to name a few. SunSquabi will conclude their winter 2019 run with an appearance a M3F Fest in Phoenix, Arizona on March 2nd, which also includes sets from Umphrey’s McGee, Lettuce, and Twiddle.The winter tour will also mark the first run of shows following the release of SunSquabi’s forthcoming studio album, Instinct, which arrives on January 11th. The band previously released and debuted three new songs from Instinct including “Caterpillar”, “Chrysalis”, and “Night Moth”, as part of their pre-album ‘Metamorphosis’ Series. With fans having already been introduced to some of the new material in a live setting, they’ll be just as happy to head to the merch table to buy the new album by the time SunSquabi hit the road in January.SunSquabi toured pretty extensively throughout the fall months of 2018, which included some shows opening up for Umphrey’s and STS9. They also performed down at Suwannee Hulaween in Live Oak, FL back in late October.Tickets for the SunSquabi’s headlining shows on the upcoming tour are on sale now via the tour page on the band’s website. $1 from each ticket sold on the upcoming tour will be donated by the band to the Can’d Aid Foundation.SunSquabi Winter 2019 Tour DatesJan. 15 – Miami, FL – Jam CruiseJan. 26 – Denver, CO – FillmoreJan. 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 FestView All 2019 Tour Dates
Yeerongpilly Green’s Green House apartments. MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS: STAR PUPPET AGRO MAKES A MOVE Inside Yeerongpilly Green’s Park House apartments. Park House and Garden House feature 35 and 56 high quality and spacious apartments and penthouses respectively, along with only 10 luxury residences available in Green Terraces. All of the architecturally designed homes carry a distinctively Queensland aesthetic with prices ranging from $450,000 to $1.32 million.“Park House, Garden House and Green Terraces are the first new residential buildings to be developed in this pocket of Yeerongpilly for almost a decade, and they are the very start of what will become southern Brisbane’s newest urban village and entertainment hub with a cultural focus on all things music and art,” he said. Yeerongpilly Green’s Green Terrace apartments. Photo: Supplied.The first stage of apartments and terrace homes in a new “micro neighbourhood’’ have been released in one of Brisbane’s newest riverside projects.Launching today, Yeerongpilly Green’s urban village has a shopping and dining hub, parklands and the largest office park within 5km of the CBD.Developer Consolidated Properties Group and partner CVS Lane Capital Partners have taken the wraps off the $850 million Yeerongpilly Green development and released the first stage of apartments and terrace homes across a collection of three boutique buildings in the community. Consolidated Properties Group executive chairman Don O’Rorke said the first three boutique buildings in Yeerongpilly Green were designed to appeal to buyers who were “lifestyle conscious’’.“The appeal of Yeerongpilly Green is that it is a ‘micro neighbourhood’ – residents will be able to walk to the supermarket, specialty shops and restaurants in the retail village, walk or ride along the riverfront or relax in the park and even walk to work, with a major commercial building only a two-minute walk away,” Mr O’Rorke said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago“There has been a lot of discussion around the 20 minute neighbourhood concept, and that’s because now more than ever, people are choosing their new home based on where they work, where their kids go to school and where they like to shop and dine”. Yeerongpilly Green’s Park House apartments. WHERE TO BUY AFFORDABLE LAND EFFICIENT ENEGRY USE IN HOMES Yeerongpilly Green’s Green Terrace apartments.Yeerongpilly Green will be home to 1200 dwellings, surrounded by retail and commercial amenities and 1.8 ha of green space and parklands, which are already complete and will host an array of community events.”While there are only a limited number of residences available, there is something for everyone in Park House and Garden House, which comprise a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses,” Mr O’Rorke said.“A resident-only oasis sits at the centre of the buildings, featuring a pool and lounge area while nearby is an outdoor kitchen and dining hub complete with relaxation spaces.”The Green Terraces, comprise 10 three-bedroom residences, each featuring timber flooring, a chef’s kitchen with Miele appliances and stone benchtops and splashbacks, high ceilings, secure double car garage spaces plus a private landscaped front and rear courtyard.Construction of all three buildings is expected to start early next year.