Fans everywhere are still reeling after the massive undertaking that was Phish‘s 13-night Baker’s Dozen residency at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Throughout the run’s 2+ week span, a smorgasbord of late-night shows all over NYC kept the party going after each Phish performance into the early hours of the morning. With all eyes on the Vermont quartet’s upcoming Colorado run at Dick’s Sporting Goods, the question begs to be asked: Where are the late-nights at?Denver’s Knew Conscious Collective has just announced that on Friday, September 1st, following the first night of the Dick’s run, it will host a Phish after-party billed as DJ Logic + Phriends. Turntable specialist and producer DJ Logic will be joined by bassist Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits), guitarist Eddie Roberts (The New Mastersounds), and keyboardist/programmer Borahm Lee (Break Science) for a special set stretching through the night and into Saturday morning. What this collection of musical masterminds has planned is anybody’s guess, but you can be sure that the night will be full of funky, dance-driven rhythm and beats.The DJ Logic + Phriends Phish after party is a members-only event, so you will need to be a member of Knew Conscious Collective to enter. However, Knew Conscious will be signing up new members at the door, so no need to sweat it if you’re not a member yet. To pre-register for a membership, sign-up online here or send an email to [email protected] and put “MEMBERSHIP” in the subject line. Admission to the show requires attendees to register as a member and give a $25 donation to the Knew Conscious Gallery. Once inside, Knew Conscious features a complimentary open bar with beverages and refreshments from the time doors open at 11:45 pm until the show ends at 4:30 am. This is a 21+ ONLY event.Tickets for the show are now on sale and can be purchase here. For show updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page.– SHOW INFO –Artist/s: DJ Logic + Phriends ft. DJ Logic, Marc Brownstein, Eddie Roberts, and Borahm Lee w/ Support TBADate: Friday – September 1st, 2017Venue: Knew Conscious Gallery (2041 Lawrence Street – Denver, CO)Time: 11:45pm Doors / 4:30am CurfewTickets: $25adv / $25dos (purchase tickets here)
Even the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo on his return from a five-match domestic ban couldn’t break Betis’ resistance as former Real goalkeeper Antonio Adan produced stunning saves from Isco, Toni Kroos and Gareth Bale.And Betis snatched all three points in the 93rd minute when Sanabria powered home a header from Antonio Barragan’s cross.“Last year we won games we didn’t deserve to and now it is the reverse,” said Real coach Zinedine Zidane.“The league is very long, in the end we’ll see how it goes but we need to be calm and we know we will have better days.”It is the first time Betis have won at the Bernabeu since 1998.“It is impossible to win here without suffering,” said Betis boss Quique Setien.“To win against a team like this, your goalie has to have a spectacular game and you have to have luck.”Ronaldo was recalled among three changes to the Madrid side from Sunday’s 3-1 win at Real Sociedad as Zinedine Zidane named his strongest available side.Atletico Madrid’s Yannick Ferreira Carrasco (L) is congratulated by teammate Antoine Griezmann after scoring his team’s second goal during their match against Athletic Club Bilbao in Bilbao on September 20, 2017 © AFP / ANDER GILLENEAHowever, it was the visitors who made the stronger start and should have gone in front when Sanabria’s goalbound effort was cleared off the line by Dani Carvajal.Keylor Navas also produced a stunning save to tip Fabian Ruiz’s rising drive over the bar.At the other end, Adan made a smart stop to deny Isco just before half-time and Betis had to resist an onslaught after the break.Ronaldo blazed wildly over from Bale’s inch-perfect cross before Kroos forced Adan into another finger-tip stop.The former Madrid goalkeeper’s finest moment came in denying Bale in spectacular fashion 15 minutes from time, though, as the Welshman’s backheeled volley was turned onto the post.Betis were the side to finally have the ball in the net as the game entered five minutes of stoppage time, but Sanabria had strayed offside as he turned home Andres Guardado’s shot.However, they broke with purpose once more minutes later and this time Sanabria wasn’t to be denied as he bulleted a header into the far corner from Antonio Barragan’s cross.– Atletico celebrate –Earlier, Atletico Madrid celebrated being awarded the honour of hosting the Champions League final in 2019 with an impressive 2-1 win at Athletic Bilbao to move up to third.The visitors needed to rely on a brilliant penalty save from Jan Oblak to deny Aritz Aduriz just before half-time.Angel Correa opened the scoring 10 minutes into the second-half by finishing off a flowing move involving Antoine Griezmann and Saul Niguez.And Yannick Carrasco secured the three points with an angled finish from another Griezmann through ball 17 minutes from time before Raul Garcia netted a late consolation for the hosts.UEFA awarded their showpiece event for next season to Atletico’s new Wanda Metropolitano earlier in the day.And the feel-good factor around Atletico following their 1-0 victory over Malaga to open their new 68,000 capacity home at the weekend continued with a commanding display in their fifth away trip in six games so far this season.“It is another important step for the club. Hopefully on the field we can match the growth of the club,” said Atletico coach Diego Simeone.“We are making an enormous effort. We have played five games away from home and the response has been positive.”Sevilla moved into second, two points behind Barca, as Jesus Navas scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win over Las Palmas.Alaves remain without a point or even a goal after five games as Luisinho’s winner handed Deportivo la Coruna a 1-0 win for their first victory of the season.Leganes stay in the top half after a 0-0 draw at home to Girona.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Real Madrid’s forward from Cristiano Ronaldo looks downwards during the Spanish league football match against Real Betis at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on September 20, 2017 © AFP / GABRIEL BOUYSMADRID, Spain, Sep 21 – Antonio Sanabria struck deep into stoppage time to hand Real Betis a shock 1-0 win away to Real Madrid on Wednesday as the European champions failed to score for the first time in 74 matches.Defeat leaves Real already seven points adrift of leaders Barcelona just five games into their defence of La Liga having failed to win in all three home games so far this season.