Local Britney Spears fans gained’t want to tour all the way to Las Vegas to see the pop famous person carry out — she’ll be at Maryland’s MGM National Harbor in July.
Spears announced Tuesday that she’s bringing her “Piece of Me” tour to venues throughout North America and Europe. The excursion will kick off with shows on the Prince George’s County online casino on July 12-thirteen.
Tickets, which range from $136.37 to $454.45, will pass on sale thru Ticketmaster on Saturday.
Other U.S. Tour stops consist of Bethlehem, Pa.; Atlantic City, N.J.; and New York City.
Below is a listing of other recently announced concert events coming to the Baltimore area. Tickets are on sale via Ticketmaster, Live Nation, Ticketfly except otherwise stated:
White Ford Bronco on March 2 at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
The Mantras on March 17 at Metro Gallery; on sale now.
Luke Pell on March 18 at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
Sweet Crude on March 31 at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
Robyn Hitchcock on April five at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
Billy Price Band on April eight at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
Circa Survive on April 22 at Rams Head Live; on sale Friday.
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Modest Mouse on April 30 at The Anthem; on sale Feb. 2.
The Temptations and the Four Tops on May four at the Theater at MGM National Harbor. On sale Friday.
Tech N9NE on May 30 at The Fillmore Silver Spring; on sale now.
Event InfoCloseTop Dawg Entertainment: The Championship Tour on June 1 at Jiffy Lube Live; on sale Friday.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony on June sixteen at The Fillmore Silver Spring; on sale Friday.
The devastation of the Nation Tour on June 21 at Baltimore Soundstage; on sale now.
Southern Culture On The Side on June 21 at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
The Quebe Sisters on July 26 at Rams Head On Stage; on sale now.
Phish on Aug. 11-12 at Merriweather Post Pavilion; on sale now.
The Channel Islands have the factors of a notable national park: exquisite surroundings, plentiful natural world and wildflowers, fascinating historical websites, and a sea voyage besides. Thanks to that magnificent scenery and plants and fauna, this national park is also a National Marine Sanctuary. And because you need to take a ship or aircraft experience to go to those islands, enjoying the park’s attributes is plenty extra of a journey than a normal national park goes to.
A bonus of that restricted get entry is that overcrowding does not exist here. Visitation in 2012 turned into the most effective about 250,000 humans. That identical yr, Yosemite had four million traffic, approximately sixteen times as many. Besides being a National Park and a National Marine Sanctuary, it’s also a part of the International Man and the Biosphere Program. Channel Islands National Park includes five islands, four islands that form a series: San Miguel, Santa Rosa, Santa Cruz, and Anacapa; and one separated from the others, Santa Barbara. The mainland of California and the 4 Channel Islands form the Santa Barbara Channel. Strange as it may appear, the island referred to as “Santa Barbara” isn’t part of the Channel that bears that name.
Your starting point must be the park’s traveler center, which is on the mainland inside Ventura’s town. You’ll find presentations, an indoor tide pool, maps, books, and a simulated caliche (Kah leechee) ghost forest (greater approximately than later). The telescope on a pinnacle of the construction permits you to get closer to observe the islands on a clear day.
Island Packers Company, the park concessionaire, adjoins park headquarters in Ventura Harbor. As its call implies, Island Packers is a clothing store of percent trips, but their beasts of burden are boats. The publications for Island Packers are natural world professionals. If they capture the sight of a blue whale or a pod of Pacific white-sided dolphins or a cluster of gulls circling and swarming even as crossing the Channel, the skipper will steer in the direction of them to get a more in-depth look. You’re possible to see harbor seals, California sea lions, and brown pelicans around the islands themselves.
At fourteen miles from Ventura, Anacapa is the nearest to the mainland. Anacapa is the smallest of the islands and comprises 3 islets, East, Middle, and West Anacapa, the most important of the 3. West Anacapa, blanketed as a Research Natural Area, is the sector’s primary breeding area for the previously endangered Brown Pelican. Today the pelican has recovered so nicely it changed into eliminated from the endangered species list in 2009. Anacapa is also the largest breeding area for the Western Gull.
The crew takes you around Arch Rock, Anacapa’s iconic landmark, to view a hauling-out area famous with harbor seals. Then they circle again to the landing cove on the east stop of East Anacapa. The guides take passengers to the touchdown vicinity six at a time in skiffs, in which they disembark directly onto a ladder on the pier. A stairway constructed into the facet of a cliff leads 157 steps up to the island’s plateau. A huge crane hauls up elements for the rangers who stay here.
Once on Anacapa, you may hike a 1-mile loop path to circle the island. Western gulls and harbor seals are the most commonly seen animals. During the breeding season, you could see nesting gulls right as much as the trail. The trail winds via stands of massive coreopsis, or tree sunflower. This four-foot-tall sunflower-with-a-tree-trunk grows on all of the islands and blooms in the spring. On the western cease of the islet, the aptly named Inspiration Point provides commanding views of the peaks of West Anacapa and Santa Cruz Island.
The Bureau of Lighthouses, which later have become the Coast Guard, has operated a lighthouse on East Anacapa due to 1932. It was the closing completely positioned lighthouse built on the West Coast. The stays of some of the shipwrecks, basically from earlier than the construction of the lighthouse, and afterward, lie scattered approximately Anacapa and the alternative Channel Islands. Remains of the sunken Winfield Scott and different wrecks may be explored through SCUBA divers.
You can camp on Anacapa Island, but similarly to your tenting gear, you’ll have to carry all the water you’ll need, as nicely. The early lighthouse residents had a concrete water catchment basin to funnel rainfall right into a cistern to supplement their water supply. Still, the gulls regarded to love landing here so much that the human beings hardly ever used the water is captured. You can see this catchment on the island’s southeastern part, now not far from the campground.
The ride to the mainland is often against the winning wind and modern-day, making for a rougher experience. According to some medical research, those vulnerable to sea-sickness take alongside Dramamine or ginger, which can be greater effective.
Not together with Santa Barbara Island, which is ready fifty-four miles southeast of Ventura, the Channel Islands may be like the Santa Monica Mountain variety with a shoreline. The geologic forces that created the Santa Monica Range had been at paintings here, as well. In the geologic past, those islands have been joined into one huge island, called Santarosae. With the general warming of the Earth after the Ice Age, the rising sea separated them. The rocky beaches offer a company basis for the kelp, which in flip bureaucracy a basis for the invertebrates, fish, birds, and marine mammals.