This year, String Cheese Incident will return yet again for three magical nights at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. String Cheese Incident is slated to perform for July 21th, 22th, and 23rd, with special guests Jyemo Club, Analog Son, and Grant Farm, respectively. However, in keeping with tradition, Cheese’s keys player Kyle Hollingsworth will throw his annual charity beer festival and concert, Kyle’s Brew Fest, on Thursday, July 20th, to get fans primed and ready for the Red Rocks run that starts the next day.The String Cheese Incident Announces Red Rocks Run, Festival Appearances & MoreKyle’s Brew Fest will serve as the official pre-party for String Cheese’s three-night Red Rocks run, with the proceeds benefitting Conscious Alliance. The festival will go down at Great Divide Brewing Company in Denver’s RiNo district, and is setting itself up to be quite the party. In addition to performances by Kyle Hollingsworth Band, a bunch of special friends are slated to make appearances. Plus, we certainly have no qualms about the 60 craft beers from over 30 breweries that will represented at the event, in addition to the collaboration brews between Kyle and a handful of breweries. For the first time ever, Kyle’s Brew Fest will also feature food pairings, so you can get properly nourished ahead of String Cheese’s Red Rocks run.Certainly, this is not a bad way to kick off your Red Rocks run with String Cheese Incident—especially when considering that it’s for a noble cause. Tickets for the event go on-sale Thursday, May 11th, at 10 a.m. (MST) here, with a limited number of early-bird general-admission and VIP tickets available. VIP tickets include early entry, a tasting and a private brewery tour with Kyle Hollingsworth himself, a signed Red Rocks poster, and a bunch of other goodies.[Cover photo courtesy of Ojeda Photography]
Photo: The RCMP have released this photo in connection with the robberyFort St. John RCMP are searching for a suspect after a robbery at the Munchies Convenience Store.The robbery occurred on Saturday at around 5:45 a.m.- Advertisement -Police say a male entered the store and demanded money from an employee. The suspect threatened the employee with a tire iron and made off with approximately $500 in cash.The suspect is described as being between 5’11’’ and 6’3’’ in height. At the time of the incident, he was wearing jeans and a black t-shirt with white letters.. He also wore bluish running shoes, white gloves and a toque, along with a purple and black cloth over his face.Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Fort St. John RCMP detachment at 250-787-8100 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.