Canyon Jam continues tonight with sets from Spafford, Aqueous, Organ Freeman, Cycles, Jus’ Sayin’. The show is just about sold out, so get on those last few tickets here!Here are tonight’s set times:4pm – Doors6pm – 640pm Jus Sayin7pm – 8pm – Cycles830 – 930pm – Organ Freeman10 pm – 11:30pm – Aqueous12am – 2am – Spafford The first-ever Canyon Jam at the iconic Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO kicked off last night in fine fashion with The Main Squeeze, Mungion, and Moves at Midnight. Local, Denver-based act Moves at Midnight got the inaugural event started with a jam-heavy, soul-driven set that impressed everybody in attendance. Chicago’s Mungion played an inspired set, despite a major setback that came last week when all of their gear was stolen while in Detroit. The group has some serious chops, with lead guitarist/vocalist Justin Reckamp absolutely slaying the axe that he borrowed from the Squeeze’s Max Newman. Patient, groove-filled jams are proving why eyes need to be locked in on these guys in the near future.Mungion Has Van, Trailer, Gear, Lights, And All Stolen Ahead Of First-Ever Headlining TourThe Main Squeeze has become one of the more polished acts in the jam scene over the last few years. With easily some of the best vocals and frontman swag, Corey Frye is essentially the Freddie Mercury of the jam/funk scene. Ben “Smiley” Silverstein remains funky on the keys, while the rhythm section of Reuben Gingrich (drums) and Rob Walker (bass) hold it down. Newman delivered a TKO on guitar, showcasing an inner metal guitar god that brought out some fervent energy from the crowd. A highlight of the set came when the group did a killer mashup of Tears for Fears‘ “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” and Nas feat. Lauryn Hill‘s “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That).” Check out these videos from last night’s performers below:
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Advertisement Mauricio Pochettino has been hopeful that Spurs would play at their new stadium before the end of the campaign (Getty Images)Should Spurs indeed be back at White Hart Lane for April, their first game will either be against Brighton, managed by former Tottenham player Chris Hughton on Sunday, April 7 or the following weekend against Huddersfield Town on Saturday, April 13.That would depend on whether or not Brighton successfully overcome Championship side Millwall in the FA Cup quarter-final on March 17. Should the Seagulls win that game, their semi-final would be scheduled for either April 7 or April 8 meaning their match with Spurs would have to be moved.As well as Brighton and Huddersfield, Spurs also have to play West Ham at home on April 27 and Everton on the final day of the season on May 15. There is another home game with Crystal Palace to be played too after that was rescheduled following their own progress in the FA Cup.Spurs will be hoping to play Champions League football at their new stadium as well depending on whether or not they can avoid a capitulation against Borussia Dortmund in the last-16. They hold a 3-0 advantage from the first leg ahead of the return tie in Germany on Tuesday.Before Spurs’ game against Leicester City last month, Mauricio Pochettino said: ‘My wish is to play at the new stadium before the end of the season.‘We’ll see what happens. My gut feeling is that it’s going to be tough but my wish, my hope and my dream is to finish this season playing in the new stadium.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Comment Tottenham are hoping to move into their new ground in April (Getty Images)Tottenham Hotspur are hopeful that Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Arsenal in the north London derby will be their final home game at Wembley this season as they seek to move into their new stadium in April, according to the Evening Standard.Spurs had originally hoped to be in place at their new 62,062 all-seater capacity for the Premier League game against Liverpool in September, however, issues with the safety systems in place inside the stadium has resulted in numerous delays.There is a growing sense of optimism within the club, though, that their long wait to move in will be at an end next month, which would mean Spurs fulfilling their final five home games of the season at their new stadium, as well as potentially a Champions League quarter-final.AdvertisementAdvertisementSpurs still have to stage two test events at the stadium before they can host a match there but they plan to do so before the end of this month with Spurs not scheduled to have any home games until the start of April. There is also an upcoming international break which gives Spurs time to do the tests.ADVERTISEMENT Tottenham hopeful of completing new stadium move ahead of season run-in in April Metro Sport ReporterMonday 4 Mar 2019 11:45 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link