Tenacious D Announces 2019 Fall Tour Dates

first_imgTenacious D has announced a new batch of 2019 fall tour dates. The comedic rock titans, fronted by Jack Black and Kyle Gass, will hit the Southwest and Pacific Coast throughout the month of October.Black and Gass will open up their October run of shows with a performance in New Orleans, LA on the 15th, followed by stops in Houston, TX (10/16); Austin, TX (10/17); Dallas, TX (10/19); Oklahoma City, OK (10/20); Tulsa, OK (10/21); Phoenix, AZ (10/23); San Francisco, CA (10/25); Reno, NV (10/26); Santa Barbara, CA (10/27); and a tour-closing performance in Los Angeles, CA on October 29th.The tour will feature nightly support from Wynchester, the country outfit fronted by Kyle Gass Band vocalist Mike Bray and Tenacious D electric guitarist John Konesky.Related: Tenacious D Crashes Kimmel With A Burrito Cannon To Hype New Animated Series, ‘Post-Apocalypto’ [Watch]The 2019 Post-Apocalypto Tour comes in continuing support of Tenacious D’s 2018 album/animated web series, Post-Apocalypto. You can watch the full Post-Apocalypto “movie”—featuring cartoon J-Bles and KG navigating a post-apocalyptic world—below:Tenacious D – Post-Apocalypto – Full Movie[Video: Tenacious D]Tickets for Tenacious D’s October run, minus the Austin performance, go on sale this Friday, May 3rd at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets for the Austin show go on sale next Friday, May 10th at 10 a.m. (CST).Fans can head to Tenacious D’s website for more information.last_img read more

Uruguay Makes Decisive Move towards Marihuana Legalization

first_img Uruguay made a significant move towards the legalization of marihuana on July 31, after Congress passed a bill that might turn Uruguay, pending Senate approval, into the first country to assume control of the whole production and sale process of cannabis worldwide. Currently, marihuana consumption is punishable in Uruguay, but it is commercialized. The bill passed with 50 out of 96 votes, after nearly 14 hours of debate, with only the support of the leftist governing party, Frente Amplio (FA), which also holds the majority at the Senate. “It is the first step,” Martín Collazo told AFP, spokesman for “Responsible Regulation”, an organization that has promoted the project through public campaigns. “We are convinced that the model will work, and it will be beneficial for the population.” The bill launched in June 2012 with a series of measures to combat the increase of violence, and anticipates the State to take control and regulate its import, planting, cultivation, harvest, production, acquisition, storage, commercialization and distribution of cannabis and its derivatives. After users are registered, they could buy up to 40 grams of cannabis per month in pharmacies, although cultivation at home and at membership clubs might also be possible. center_img A recent survey by Cifra showed that 63% of the population does not support the controversial project, promoted by José Mujica’s government, showing their apprehension about it. The National Board of Narcotics (JND) estimates that about 22 tons of marihuana are commercialized in the country annually, which means an illegal business turning over between 30 to 40 million dollars. By Dialogo August 02, 2013 The ballot was welcomed with a round of applause by over 100 supporters of the cannabis legalization who witnessed the session. last_img read more