Renowned producer Bassnectar has revealed plans (well, some plans) for a brand new festival event in Atlantic City, NJ. Following the success of his event in Atlanta last year, Bassnectar has blocked off April 28th and 29th for a two day party featuring performances from ill.Gates, Caspa, Eprm, Nosaj Thing, Ninth Child and The Widdler.Interestingly enough, Bassnectar is keeping the location of the event hidden until “deep o’clock,” according to the announcement. The press release reads: “The theme is ‘creativity’ and we beckon you to join us in co-creating a one-of-a-kind experience – the intention is not to put on a “show” – but to gather from far and wide under one roof: a destination weekend event that is truly a family affair!” According to the artwork, there will not only be performances, but The Haven Sanctuary Space, Interactive Gift Altar, Creativity Zones, Art Participation Areas and more.You can read more about the show here, and see the artwork below.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A grand jury has indicted a Central Islip man on upgraded charges for allegedly killing a 42-year-old man in a Black Friday drunken-driving crash in Commack last year, Suffolk County prosecutors said.Louis Muicela pleaded not guilty Tuesday at Suffolk County court to vehicular homicide, manslaughter, vehicular manslaughter, reckless driving, speeding, driving without a license and other charges. He was initially charged with driving while intoxicated.Authorities said that the 39-year-old suspect was speeding northbound on Commack Road when he blew a red light and struck a westbound Lincoln Town Car at the corner of Jericho Turnpike at 4:15 a.m. Nov. 21.The victim, Karl Njerve, of Port Jefferson Station, who was a driver for a car service, was pronounced dead at the scene.Prosecutors said Muicela had a blood alcohol content of 0.21 percent, more than double the legal limit of 0.08 percent, after the crash.Judge Fernando Camacho bail for Muicela at $250,000 cash or $500,000 bond. He is due back in court April 17.