Hang With Bruce Hornsby And Some Wild Animals This Weekend At The Home Of LOCKN’

first_imgThis Saturday, April 29, Bruce Hornsby will perform at A Day At The Downs Wine and Wildlife Festival, a unique event taking place at Infinity Downs Farm in Arrington, VA (otherwise known as the home of LOCKN’ Festival). Attendees can spend the day tasting wine from some of Virginia’s top wineries while mingling with endangered species including the Bongo Antelope, Lemurs from Madagascar, the Australian Red Kangaroo, African tortoises, and many many more. Musical entertainment will be provided by Hornsby, Erin Lunsford and Michael Coleman.Tickets are $25 and include a commemorative wine glass, tasting from participating wineries, animal photo-ops, demonstrations and music performances. VIP tickets include a meet & greet with Bruce Hornsby and special shaded tent and VIP bathrooms. Camping is also available. For more information, visit InfinityDowns.com. The event benefits The Wildlife Conservation Center in Nelson County.Enter to win a pair of tickets below!last_img read more

Cricket News No More Biryani For Pakistani Cricketers As New Coach Misbah Changes Diet Plan

first_imgNew Delhi: Pakistan’s new head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq has changed the diet and nutrition plans for players in the domestic tournaments and in the national camp. Misbah has issued standing orders that no heavy diet would be available to the players during the domestic season and in the national camp as players have to attain peak fitness to make the national squad.”No more Biryani or oil rich red meat meals or sweet dishes for the players now,” said a member of a catering company managing the food plan for the players in a match of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.Misbah has issued orders that only barbecue items and pasta with lots of fruits should be on the menu for all teams in the domestic season while the same diet plan would be followed in the national camps.Must Read | Did Pakistani players stay out of hotel before match against India? This is what PCB said”Pakistani players are known to have a fondness for junk food and rich oily dishes when they are not playing for the national team but Misbah has told every player that a log book will be maintained on their fitness and diet plans and anyone found lacking would be shown the door,” a source, aware of the developments, said.Misbah, who played international cricket till the age of 43 and is still active as a player at 45, is seen as a role model for maintaining high fitness standards. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more