Weekend Reads Hurricane and Southside: These are the line-ups for 2022
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only a few weeks ago, the organizers had to cancel the Sister Festivals Hurricane and Southside for the year 2021 because of the Corona Pandemic. Now numerous bands and artists have been announced, which should already be there before and instead have already promised performances for 2022.
These bands are included, among other things,
playing numerous sizes such as Kings of Leon, Rise Against, Seed, Deichkind, The Killers, Twenty One Pilots, Contra K (33), The Hives, Antelope Gear, Mando Diao, Juju (28) and Nura (32). The entire list of confirmed acts is available on the websites of theand the . Other artists, including new additions, should also follow.
The organizer is pleased - probably just like the fans - on the coming year: "Can you actually imagine how violent we will go all steeply? So, we at least have such a vague idea ..." are planned Festivals for the 17th to the 19th of June 2022.
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The junior hockey season has been anything but normal, but the U-18 World Championship will once again give fans a chance to watch the top prospects in the world - including a few budding phenoms. © Provided by Hockey News on Sports Illustrated With the consistency of tournaments in North America getting canceled over the past year, it's nice to see an event actually take place. Just days after the women's World Hockey Championship was axed due to COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, the men's Under-18 World Hockey Championship is ready to go in Texas after a one year break.