DelFest has finalized their 2016 lineup and has revealed its late night schedule, and as per usual, it includes some of the most talented string bands in the scene today. Late night festivities will get underway on Thursday, May 26 with performances from the Infamous Stringdusters featuring Nicki Bluhm and Portland’s finest, Fruition. Heading into the weekend, Yonder Mountain String Band and Horseshoes & Hand Grenades are slated to perform late Friday night, with Greensky Bluegrass and Cabinet spearheading Saturday’s late night spot.To cap it all off, Sunday night will include late night sets from Americana five-piece The HillBenders and the Travelin’ McCourys playing a Sunday Sendoff show with long time friend and collaborator Keller Williams. Late night tickets must be purchased separately from your DelFest tickets. Visit the festival’s website here for more details.Check out the complete 2016 DelFest lineup below:
2/39 Peerless Avenue, Mermaid Beach.A three-bedroom Mermaid Beach villa on the Coast’s priciest suburb has sold for $975,000.Andrew Ramsey from Black Label Property helped sealed the deal for the 100sq m home at 2/39 Peerless Ave.More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North7 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago“It has been refurbished with a timeless classic style and open spaces,” Ramsey said. “It is a beautifully presented home ready for the new buyers to move straight in.Positioned 100 steps from the front door to the beach, the property features stylish silky oak floor boards in the downstairs living areas and 3m high ceilings.The property comes with a back yard patio with a protected awning for outdoor entertaining.2/39 Peerless Avenue, Mermaid Beach
PERRIS, Calif. – When it comes to families in racing one must look no farther than the IMCA Modifieds when they return to Perris Auto Speedway this Saturday night, June 3.Four of the top five places in the championship standings are occupied by fathers and their racing children and all are expected to be in action Saturday, when spectator gates open at 5 p.m. and the first race will be at 7 p.m.Billy Wormsbecker is the IMCA point leader heading into round four at Perris. However, if he feels some families may stick together and gang up on him, it is perfectly understandable.Mike Kirby, who has two wins in the first three races, trails Wormsbecker by five points. Trailing Kirby by two points is defending track champion Chuck Becker. Becker’s son Brandon, a San Bernardino County sheriff, is currently fourth. Kirby’s daughter Brenda, a college student who turned 21 two weeks ago, is fifth.“When you watch these kids race, it is clear the apple did not fall far from the tree,” Perris Auto Speedway promoter Don Kazarian said. “They are just like their championship winning dads – good racers who are very determined and very safe drivers as well. It has been fun watching them develop as drivers. On top of everything else, they are extremely nice.”Leader Wormsbecker and fifth place Brenda Kirby are only separated by 16 points. Thus far, Wormsbecker has parlayed second, fifth and sixth finishes into the point lead going into Saturday’s race.Adult tickets for Saturday’s show are $15. Active military with proper ID and teens with their school ID and kids ages 6-12 get in for $5. Children ages five and under are free. Parking on the fairgrounds is $8.