The lineup for this year’s Envision Festival is awe inspiring, bringing musicians from genres across the board together for a one of a kind experience. Best summarized in our review from earlier this year, Envision takes place on the pristine shores of Uvita, Costa Rica. From February 23-26, 2017, artists and fans from around the world will gather once more and enjoy this blissful experience.The location certainly is beautiful, but no festival can truly be complete without an all-star lineup. Envision will feature sets from Opiuo, Autograf, Rising Appalachia, Pantyraid, Ott., Papadosio, and Goldfish as headliners, but the party doesn’t stop there. Random Rab, Acid Pauli, Blond:ish, Nicola Cruz, Systema Solar, Govinda, Martyparty, Of Porcelain, Zach Deputy, The Funk Hunters and so many more will be in attendance for Envision 2017.Furthermore, Envision has revealed performance artists, yoga and workshop leaders and more for their annual event, so there’s no reason to miss out. You can find tickets and more information about Envision on their website, and see the full second wave announcement below.
AMES — Iowa State returns to the spot of a breakthrough win in 2017 when they visit ninth ranked Oklahoma. Two years ago the Cyclones stunned the third ranked Sooners 38-31 and would go on to post eight wins in Matt Campbell’s second season as head coach.Quarterback Brock Purdy had three interceptions in the fourth quarter of a loss to Oklahoma State. Campbell expects the sophomore to bounce back with a strong effort.Campbell says the first priority of the bye week was to rest and get healthy.Kickoff in Norman on Saturday is scheduled for 7 o’clock. —- Regional volleyball championship matches== 4A Region 6 last night in Manchester#5 West Delaware 3-0 Charles City (25-12, 25-16, 25-10)== 2A Region 2 tonight at Garner —- #5 Osage (35-6) vs. Emmetsburg (20-11) AMES — Iowa State will be without two freshman when they open the season tonight at home against Mississippi Valley State. Marcedus Leech and Luke Anderson informed coach Steve Prohm they are leaving the team.Prohm says both intend to transfer.Prohm says he wants to see the Cyclones play the right way in the opener.Tipoff at Hilton Coliseum tonight is scheduled for 7 o’clock. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have declined a $7.5 million option on left-hander Martin Pérez and made a $17.8 million qualifying offer to All-Star right-hander Jake Odorizzi. Pérez will receive a $500,000 buyout as part of a contract agreed to last winter that paid him a $3.5 million salary this year. IOWA CITY — Joe Wieskamp led five Iowa players in double figures with 19 points as the Hawkeyes beat Lindsey Wilson College 96-58 in exhibition play last night, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO. After redshirting a year ago CJ Fredrick made his Hawkeye debut with 18 points, including four of five from three point range.The Hawkeyes had 26 assists on 34 baskets.Iowa has their season opener on Friday when they host Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. Tipoff is at 8 o’clock. We’ll join the game in progress after the St. Ansgar-Earlham Class A football quarterfinal round game on AM-1300 KGLO.