Last week, STS9 announced that the group would be returning to the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado in September for a special string of shows in celebration of their 20th anniversary. While STS9’s annual pilgrimage to Red Rocks for two nights each September has always been a highlight of fan’s year, this year, Tribe will be hitting Red Rocks for three nights across September 8th, 9th, and 10th, and each night has something special in store.On Friday, the group will play the entirety of Artifact, their 2005 release that was recorded across 2001 through 2004. The first night of the run will also see performances by Nightmares on Wax, El Ten Eleven, and Moon Boots. Saturday night, SUB-ID and Richard Devine will serve as support before Tribe puts on a more standard performance, though the performance is likely to be anything but standard. To close out their Red Rocks run on Sunday, STS9 will play a special “Axe The Cables” acoustic set to end their celebratory weekend. Troyboi, LTJ Bukem featuring Armanni Reign, and Soul Clap will kick off this last show.Tickets for the special show go on pre-sale tomorrow on Wednesday, April 19th, with 3-day and single tickets available to the general public here on Friday.[Photo courtesy of Aaron Bradley]
Sanctuary Cove homeowner John Edwards and his Partner Donna Anna in his custom built car showroom house. Picture Mike BatterhamIT looks like a luxury car dealership but this showroom is actually part of John Edwards’ Hope Island house.The mastermind behind international board games business, Jedko, designed his house in a week, spent three months tweaking the design and then built it in a year. “Most homes only come with two car spaces which is a bit of a problem when you’re a car enthusiast,” the retired artist said.“They are a work of art so I figure why hide them away.” Mr Edwards has his blue Porsche and black Ferrari on display in his custom-designed showroom in the living room. Trophies fill the cabinets and photos of Mr Edwards in his prime racing Porches in the 1980s line the walls. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North9 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe showroom opens to a courtyard and leads to the main garage through large bi-fold doors. The courtyard was designed with a long drain down the middle so Mr Edwards could reverse his cars out to wash them. “I drive them all at least twice a week,” he said.“I have always been in love with cars. I was once in the Melbourne Porsche racing club too but I designed the house so I could live here forever. The showroom can still be easily be transformed into an alfresco with a pool.”His wife, former model Donna Anna, said the couple shared a love for Porsches and it would be hard parting with the cars when the pair relocate to their Versace penthouse this year.“We are selling three of the five cars but it has been really difficult choosing which ones to let go of,” Ms Anna said.Tucked away in the gated Sanctuary Cove estate, 2264 Banksia Drive is on the market at $2.495 million. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom house also features a wine storage room and backs onto a golf course. John and Marie Manning from Manning Real Estate is marketing the property along with Island Realty’s Sarah Filippini.