The Main Squeeze And Organ Freeman Set To Hit New York City In December

first_imgOn December 8th, New York City will be treated to a fantastic pair of funky performances, as fan-favorite five-piece The Main Squeeze make their way to The Bowery Ballroom along with rising LA trio Organ Freeman. The double-bill will undoubtedly make for a good time, bringing together the funk and soul from all different directions.Since forming at Indiana University in 2010, The Main Squeeze has captivated audiences, playing to sold out clubs around the country. They have become regulars on the festival circuit, playing at events like Catskill Chill, High Sierra, Summer Camp, and more. Check out The Main Squeeze performing “In A Funk” live at Audiotree:Los Angeles natives Organ Freeman are poised to blow up. With tight musicianship, onstage charisma, and an undoubtedly badass band name, these three talented artists demand your attention–and it’s only a matter of time until everyone you know will be talking about them. Get to know Organ Freeman with this studio performance of “We’re On Our Way”:You can get tickets for the performance here.last_img read more

Mali Lošinj received recognition for responsible tourism management

first_img/ / / Lošinj Tourist Board made an “Insurance Policy” for guests in the case Thus, the Mali Lošinj Tourist Board received recognition for the protocol that it devised in cooperation with the City of Mali Lošinj, the Epidemiological Service and other stakeholders in the destination in case of suspicion of COVID-19 infection. / / / DALIBOR CVITKOVIĆ, TZ MALI LOŠINJ: WE ARE MUCH SMARTER AND READY FOR THE CHALLENGES OF TOURISM IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS As we have written, the plan envisages a kind of “Insurance policy”, That is, monetary compensation for the damage to the tenants of private accommodation and the costs of self-isolation of the guest, quick coordination of the authorities in case of suspicion of infection, as well as safe return to the home country.” Photo: Lošinj Tourist Board And how they are preparing for next year on Mali Lošinj, find out in a recent interview with Dalibor Cvitković, below in the attachment. In addition to the above, the award was given for the unique FERRY FREE action in which everyone participated – from large tourist organizations to small renters. All guests who stayed on the island of Lošinj for more than 7 nights in commercial accommodation in September received a reduction in the final accommodation bill in the value of the return ferry ticket. / / / Mali Lošinj Tourist Board co-finances return tickets for the ferry – FERRY FREEcenter_img “The Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj is recognized as a driver of change that leads to making tourism more sustainable by taking responsibility for reducing the negative and increasing the positive effects of tourism”Concludes Cvitković. This year, due to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, the award ceremony was held online and the fair itself took place from 9 to 11.11 November. maintained virtually, for the first time in 40 years. Encouraged by the situation, the judges decided to commend the companies and destinations taking responsibility and address the global COVID-19 challenge and highlight the companies and destinations that have taken responsibility and addressed the many challenges of this pandemic. “Responsible tourism is what we do together in a destination to achieve a goal. The term “sustainable” is too often used only in an abstract sense. Sustainability is ambition, and responsibility requires us to show what we do to make tourism better and to be more transparent in what we achieve, together”Dalibor Cvitković, director of the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj, pointed out The Responsible Tourism Partnership has been awarding the WTM Responsible Tourism Awards for years as part of the World Tourism Fair in London. Among the prominent ones this year was the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj for responding to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 virus.  Cover photo author: Sandro Puncetlast_img read more