The String Cheese Incident brought their wares out to the ExploreAsheville.com Arena, playing the North Carolina venue for the second time in as many days. After a great first show with some fun covers and big time jams, SCI kept the energy up for a show that featured mostly originals. Opening with “Can’t Wait Another Day,” some highlights included a “Song In My Head > Come As You Are” and a great “Bam! > On The Road” to close out the first set.The jams continued in set two with a great “Colliding” opener, before bringing out “Search > Drums > Black and White > Colorado Bluebird Sky.” What a run! “Sirens” and “Just One Story” closed out the set in style, and “BollyMunster” finished up this great, great performance.Check out the full setlist below!Setlist: The String Cheese Incident at ExploreAsheville.com Arena, Asheville, NCSet 1: Can’t Wait Another Day, Song In My Head> Come As You Are, Down a River, White Freightliner Blues, Joyful Sound, Bam!> On The RoadSet 2: Colliding, Search> Drums> Black and White> Colorado Bluebird Sky, 45th of November, Sirens> Just One StoryEncore: BollyMunsterSetlist credit: abusfullofnuns
This Tallebudgera Valley property sold last week for $2.45 million. The Gold Coast’s million-dollar suburbs have seen strong property growth in the past year.REIQ Gold Coast zone chairman Andrew Henderson believed these suburbs, and those surrounding them, would continue to perform well given their location and amenities.While they were older suburbs, he said they were being reinvigorated.“Those areas are going through stages of renewal,” he said.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago“It obviously then entices people to build new houses, which helps that property growth.”This year’s top sale was recorded at Mermaid Beach when billionaire Clive Palmer splashed $12 million on a Hedges Ave mansion. The $12 million sale of this Hedges Ave mansion marked the highest sale this year.Plenty of local buyers are on the market for their dream home but there are also many interstate and overseas buyers showing more interest in the city following the success of the Commonwealth Games in April, which has helped boost exposure of the region.Property experts believed the city was in for a bumper selling season following the market’s success in the past year.So where should house hunters be looking? The Bulletin has put together a glossy magazine, Sold On Gold Coast, as a guide for buyers.It features expert advice on selling, buying and investing as well as the latest property data from every suburb on the Gold Coast.It explores a range of suburbs and locales featuring luxurious beachfront homes to premier waterfront estates and hinterland properties with breathtaking views. Pick up a copy of your Gold Coast Bulletin today to get a copy. Pick up a copy of the Sold On Gold Coast magazine inThe Bulletin today.THE Gold Coast property market may be starting to flatten after years of growth but many million-dollar suburbs are bucking the trend.Latest CoreLogic data shows Tallebudgera Valley has seen the highest house value growth with the median price jumping 32 per cent in the past year to $1.09 million.Mermaid Beach was second with the median price increasing 8.5 per cent to $1,567,500 followed closely by Bundall at 5.9 per cent.