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Jacob Collier Plots 2022 North American Tour

Jacob Collier has announced a North American tour that will kick off in spring 2022.

The Djesse World Tour will open with a European leg in February, with the North American run beginning April 2nd at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, Oregon. The trek will wrap May 21st at the Newport Music Hall in Columbus, Ohio, before Collier returns to the U.K. for a string of shows there.

Tickets will go on sale via Collier’s website on March 26th at 10 a.m. local time. Last September, Collier partnered with the ticketing tech platform, Lyte, which allowed fans to gain

Visitation up and down at North Dakota’s top tourist spot

BISMARCK, N.D. – Visitation to North Dakota’s No. 1 tourist attraction fell last year, but it wasn’t all because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park saw about 558,000 visitors in 2020, the fewest since 2013. Visitation fell 20% from 2019, but some months last year spiked substantially over the previous year — including December, which saw a 173% jump. Visitation is measured in an algorithm counting people who stop in visitor centres combined with an average of people in vehicles.

Park Superintendent Wendy Ross sees “so many variables, especially this past year.”

“I don’t put much stock in

North Country tourist attractions seek looser restrictions for spring, summer

Tourist attractions in the North Country that were hit hard financially last year because of the coronavirus are hoping some changes can be made so they can provide more jobs and help the local economy.



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A representative for 17 White Mountain attractions told the governor’s Economic Reopening Task Force on Friday that last season was the worst they have had since World War II because of COVID-19 restrictions placed on those businesses.

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“Our employment numbers dropped to their lowest in years, down 30 to 50%, and

Visitation up and down at North Dakota’s top tourist spot

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Visitation to North Dakota’s No. 1 tourist attraction fell last year, but it wasn’t all because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park saw about 558,000 visitors in 2020, the fewest since 2013. Visitation fell 20% from 2019, but some months last year spiked substantially over the previous year — including December, which saw a 173% jump. Visitation is measured in an algorithm counting people who stop in visitor centers combined with an average of people in vehicles.

Park Superintendent Wendy Ross sees “so many variables, especially this past year.”

“I don’t put

2020 NORTH AMERICAN CAMPING REPORT: Including Updates

2020 NORTH AMERICAN CAMPING REPORT

The annual North American Camping Report is an industry-leading research initiative that shares insights on the behaviors and attitudes of North American campers. The sixth iteration of the report – the 2020 edition – provides a detailed look at 2019 camping behaviors and trends across North America. The Report was developed prior to the Coronavirus pandemic and thus 2020 camping forecasts have been removed. For insights on how COVID-19 has impacted camping activity in 2020, please refer to the Special Report: North American Camping & Effects of COVID-19 (May-2020 & Fall 2020) listed below. To