Vermont-based jam quartet Twiddle has announced the second installment of Tumble Down, set to go down July 28 and 29, 2017. The two-day music event will return to the beautiful shores of Lake Champlain at Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT. The all-age festival is set to include two full days of music and the outdoors, leaving room for fans to explore the wonderful town of Burlington and everything it has to offer.With four sets from hosts Twiddle, there will also be performances from Fruition, Madaila, Aqueous, Midnight North, Lucid, Strange Machines, Holly Bowling, Teddy Midnight, Navytrain, and The Mangroves all along the water.In addition to the many lakeside performances, Tumble Down collaborates with Burlington’s famed Nectar’s to bring a bevy of late night performances! There will be separately ticketed late night shows with Everyone Orchestra, conducted by Matt Butler, and featuring members of Twiddle, Fruition, Midnight North, and Holly Bowling, as well as a very special Mihali and Friends jam with the Gang of Thieves, Lespecial, Backup Planet, and Pitch Black Brass Band.There will even be a Twiddle-inspired art exhibition led by Phanart. The White Light Foundation, a non-profit organization inspired by the band, will again have a positive presence at 2017’s event, supporting local community causes through fundraising and awareness initiatives.Tickets for two-day passes are available right here. See below for the full announcement!
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea) – Loftus-Cheek surely has to move on loan this summer. Hes spent the past two seasons warming the first team bench for Chelsea, with his appearances limited largely to cup competitions. Plenty believe he has the quality required to compete in the Premier League, but his experience is so limited that its difficult to really assess his ability. He needs regular senior action in the top flight and should be looking to test himself in the 2017/18 campaign. 6 6 6 6 Alex Iwobi (Arsenal) – Iwobi fell out of favour in the final few months of the season, with the 21-year-old struggling to fit into Arsenals new 3-4-2-1 system. Its not been a bad campaign from the winger, but there are certainly improvements to be made before he can cement a place in the Gunners team. Arsene Wenger, should he remain at the club, might be reluctant to send him out on loan, depending on activity in the transfer market. Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea) – Batshuayi was Antonio Contes first signing as Chelsea manager and, fittingly, despite a challenging debut campaign, it was his goal that sealed his first Premier League title on 12 May against West Brom. But while hes scored four goals in his last three games for the Blues, its not certain whether he is a key part of Contes plans. Even if Diego Costa does leave Stamford Bridge in the summer, Chelsea are likely to bring in another centre forward as a direct replacement. Batshuayi might be tempted to look elsewhere. Aleix Garcia (Manchester City) – Garcia is clearly a player admired by Pep Guardiola, but he is some way off being a regular in the Manchester City first team. The 19-year-old has a bright future in the game and would no doubt benefit from regular playing time away from the Etihad. There are a plethora of central midfielders ahead of him in Guardiolas pecking order and, despite still being in his teen years, he appears to have the maturity to enhance his experience. Marcus Rashford (Manchester United) – see the other Premier League players who could move on loan this summer by clicking the arrow above, right – Its difficult to imagine Jose Mourinho would want to send Rashford out on loan, but it wouldnt be a surprise if the player himself is considering his options. While he has had a recent run in the team, his inclusion has been as a result of injury to Zlatan Ibrahimovic. With the possibility of Ibrahimovic extending his stay and new signings arriving, Rashford might return to the bench at the start of next season. He wont be short of options should he decide a temporary spell away is the best option for his career. Loan deals have stirred up much excitement in the market in recent years.Last summer England internationals Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere left their clubs for a temporary spell away, so who might follow a similar path this time around?We’ve taken a look at six of the biggest possible loan moves involving Premier League players ahead of next season. Scroll through the gallery above to check out who features. 6 Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) – Replacing Abraham will be a tough task for Bristol City this summer. The striker scored 23 goals in the Championship in his season with the club and will now return to parent side Chelsea. Despite an excellent campaign with the Robins, however, his future at Stamford Bridge isnt certain. Antonio Conte might not yet consider the 19-year-old ready for his first team, but is unlikely to want to cash in on him just yet. Newcastle and Brighton, who have been promoted to the Premier League, are reportedly battling over a deal. 6