Note: The particularly important details and music artist names are in bold text. Licensed music track names are in italics. The year is 1973, five years after the events of the Mafia III, and 22 years since Vito Scaletta’s seen or heard from his old friend Joe Barbaro. The canon ending of Mafia III with this Mafia IV story is Vito taking over the city after Lincoln skipped town, however Cassandra and Burke are left alive and loyal to both Vito and Lincoln still. Burke was able to survive his liver cancer by getting a black market liver transplant in Mexico, like he did in his ending, except with Vito running the city. On Vito and Lincoln’s behalf, Burke and Cassandra agree to stay behind in New Bordeaux and keep the city locked down, incase Leo Galante and the Commission try anything. The beginning cutscene is Vito answering his telephone after getting up in the morning in his new penthouse, on the top floor of the New Bordeaux casino he finished that was once Sal Marcano's, and grabbing a cup of coffee. It's Alma with some urgent news. Lincoln Clay came down to the cigar warehouse to visit her after 5 years of silence, and he has big news. Joe is alive in Empire Bay and has been this entire time. However, as punishment for his actions, he's become Leo Galante's personal driver against his will and is forbidden from contacting Vito ever again, or else him and Vito will be killed. Alma then tells Vito to meet Lincoln at the airport to learn more, as he's already there awaiting Vito's arrival. When they're away from anyone who could listen in on their conversation, Lincoln tells Vito he has a friend named John Donovan he's going to introduce him to, hiding in the outskirts of Empire Bay, ready to help Vito and Lincoln with their new mission Vito gets dressed in one of his signature trench coats with a suit and tie, ready to rain down hell on the Vinci crime family and their allies, and finally be reunited with his lifelong friend he previously thought was dead, Joe Barbaro. Here is my idea for the kill list, all related to the Commission in Empire Bay and their allies.
Leo Galante - Top target on the list, Vinci family consigliere who's in with the Commission and the man you thought put Joe in the ground for the past 22 years. Bury this wrinkly old cocksucker.
Johnny Galante - Vinci family capo and younger relative of Leo's mentioned in Cassandra's ending, possibly Leo's cousin even. John Donovan knows that the two are close, and that Johnny's a valuable asset to Leo's organization. Kill him both to hurt Leo's earn and influence, and to hit him straight in the heart by taking away his family and everyone he loves
Michele Galante Jr. - Another Vinci family capo, and Leo Galante’s youngest brother. Killing Leo’s little brother will both take away one of his most reliable allies, and leave him stricken with grief and enraged, and more prone to making mistakes.
Nunzio Galante - Leo’s seasoned older brother by 3 years, and yet another Vinci family capo. He knows enough about smuggling that he worked out an ingenious plan for smuggling military grade weapons into the city. He pays off corrupt officials at Empire Bay International Airport, to allow guns to be loaded inside the walls and floors of planes, unknown to everyone onboard save for the palms the Galantes and Frank Vinci have greased to cooperate and keep quiet. The time has come to put this crafty old bastard in the ground.
Don Frank Vinci - Frank Vinci is the boss of the Vinci crime family, the family Leo's been a consigliere of for decades, and a lifelong friend of his. Kill Frank, and Leo loses more ground than he could ever imagine, and will be forced to deal with both the loss of his boss, and the loss of his lifelong childhood friend.
Don Ennio Salieri - Longtime close friend of both Frank Vinci and Leo Galante, Don of the Salieri crime family, and a third party Frank and Leo call in to crush Vito's uprising, when it becomes too big of an issue for Vinci alone to handle. Salieri was eventually able to grease enough palms while behind bars to have his life sentence overturned, and he got released from prison on good behavior in 1953, after he served 15 years of his sentence. He’s since relocated to his main operations to Empire Bay, having already had connections and men present there while he was in prison, backed by the Commission and the Vinci crime family. He's seasoned, but he’s nothing Mr. Scaletta can't handle. Give this tired old fuck the gangland ending he's had coming.
Isaac - Isaac is the personal assistant to an influential loan shark named Bruno Levine, who handles the money of the Commission, including the Vinci crime family and the Salieri crime family. He does anything from serve his boss coffee, to count incoming and outgoing money for Bruno. Because of his duties, he's aware of Bruno's location at all times. You’ll need to get to Isaac to get information on his boss out of him, and dispose of him afterwards if you want to get to Bruno.
Bruno Levine - Bruno is a Jewish-American loan shark who kicks up all of his earn to both Frank Vinci and Ennio Salieri, and the Commission in Empire Bay. Killing him kills a lot of earn for the Commission, and they loses a valuable asset. In addition to getting rid of him being practical, to add insult to injury, he gave your father that loan. It's about time to put this asshole out of business.
Mr. Chu & Mr. Chu Jr. - This old man has been leading the Empire Bay Triads with an iron fist since before you were even born. The bastard has a son too, who eventually went on to become his underboss. The Empire Bay Triads became a close ally of the Vinci crime family, the Salieri crime family, and the Commission shortly after Vito killed Don Carlo Falcone in 1951, forming a lucrative partnership with the Commission. Mr. Chu and his eldest son are valuable assets for Leo Galante who give him extra reach. Melt their iron fists and show these two pricks just who they fucked with.
Eddie Scarpa - This cocksucker used to be Carlo Falcone's underboss for as long as you could remember. After you whacked Falcone in the fall of 1951, he decided to throw in with Vinci to save his own skin. He took over the smuggling and dock union extortion that fat fuck Derek Pappalardo used to run. You know all too well how to deal with this sorry fuckin' rat.
I'm thinking Vito and Joe work with Lincoln Clay and John Donovan to split up Empire Bay and distribute territory to three other factions not unlike what Lincoln did with New Bordeaux. This time though, this is a much larger city in a much, much different part of the United States. The empire building mechanics would be a lot smoother, more robust, and streamlined compared to Mafia III. They would work similarly a more modernized version of how the game Scarface: The WorldIs Yours handled it's empire building and management mechanics, minus the whole switching to other characters lower on the ladder to do your bidding. This would be ideal for a story rich organized crime game in my opinion. Here are my ideas for those factions, all close allies of the up and coming Scaletta crime family. The Cuban mob led by Alma Diaz. Vito goes way back with Alma, and she does not hesitate to answer him and Lincoln's calls to save Joe's life and royally fuck both Leo Galante and the Vinci family. Conti crime family, led by Enzo Conti. This Conti crime family formed sometime in late 1968, months after Lincoln helped Enzo flee New Bordeaux and drop off of Sal Marcano's radar. It turns out he fled north to Empire Bay and finally formed his own family, having more than enough years of experience in the underworld to handle the job. Lincoln's tight with him and manages to recruit him to Vito and Joe's cause. The Yakuza, based out of Empire Bay's Japantown. Longtime sworn enemies of the Empire Bay Triads, with bad blood going back decades. They would greatly enjoy seeing Mr. Chu and his son's heads mounted on pikes, along with whacking everyone who's ever supported their organization. You don't know them well, and they're known to be very unpredictable and ruthless. Use these traits to your advantage when taking on the Commission of Empire Bay and their friends. I should mention as expected, this entire 1973 section where you play as Vito is much shorter than Mafia III. Vito's takeover is shown much more quickly over time than Lincoln's, and there's time skips during it, to keep it short and sweet, and to show onscreen only what's important. There is also no option for your underbosses to betray you, as to reduce confusion and keep the story consistently the same each playthrough, like the first two Mafia games. However, unlike Mafia III, after all of these tasks are completed and every single assassination target on Vito’s kill list is dealt with, the game does not end. In fact, it's not even anywhere near close to being over yet. Vito's 1973 section was merely the beginning act. It was really a lead up to an entirely new Mafia story, centering around a newcomer to the American mob. Fast forward two years following Vito’s rampage that led to him taking over Empire Bay and the Commission, in the year 1975 him and Joe now rule Empire Bay, with Vito as the Don of the Scaletta Crime Family, and Joe working as his loyal underboss. You play the rest of the game as a young up and coming soldato named Louis in his 20’s, who’s a rising star in Vito’s organization. Do right by Mr. Scaletta and Mr. Barbaro, understand kid? My basic idea for the character and his backstory is that he's a young Italian-Canadian mobster from Toronto, Ontario, or whatever Mafia's equivalent of it could be called. Let's call him Louis DeAngelo. (No relation to Tommy Angelo) His family hails from Tuscany in Italy and moved to Toronto, Ontario in 1939, shortly after World War II broke out in Europe. Louis DeAngelo was born in July 1952 in Toronto, and was raised in Toronto's Little Italy. Louis fled south to Empire Bay when the feds started cracking down on his old family and put his boss in prison, and he ended up finding a new home with the Scaletta crime family. The first few missions playing as Louis DeAngelo involve shooting your away out of an arrest by a Toronto Police Service SWAT team in Toronto in December 1974, seeing the rest of the members of your old crime family either get arrested or shot in front of you as you make your escape. You spend the next two missions fleeing Ontario through Quebec and upstate New York, before finally arriving in Empire Bay in early 1975, late January to be exact. Winter is in full force with snow everywhere, Louis' arrival to Empire Bay for the first time in his life mirroring Vito's return to Empire Bay in 1945 30 years earlier, except under far different much more dire circumstances. Louis' older brother and his father, both capos in his old crime family in Toronto, are shown to be arrested by the TPS SWAT team in his first mission, the same one that attempted to gun him down when he resisted arrested. Louis knows someone had to have ratted out his old crime family, and he wants to find out who someday. The thing is though, he doesn't just want to kill them. He wants to get out of them why they did it before he kills them. More than anything else, he just wants to find out why his crime family was betrayed and served up to the feds on a silver platter, having most of his biological family sent to prison in the process. He’s out to uncover the mystery of why his family fell apart, and he’s more than willing to help people like Don Vito Scaletta and his underboss Joe Barbaro to eventually get the answers he seeks. I came up with the idea for this character because I figured that playing as a fugitive from the law made sense for the mob life, and I'm surprised we haven't had a fugitive protagonist in the Mafia series yet. In the 1975 chapters while playing as Louis, the Watergate scandal, President Richard Nixon’s resignation, and the official end to the Vietnam War are both discussed on the in-game radio during news segments. In the last 1979 chapter, the beginning of the Soviet-Afghan War is also the subject of a news segment on the radio. The story eventually transitions into the 1980's as years pass, with the scenery, cars, and music changing accordingly, and historical events of the time discussed in the game. By the time the game ends, it's 1992, and significant historical events from the past few years at the time that are covered on the radio in-game include anything from the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Gulf War, the collapse of the Soviet Union, to the 1992 L.A. riots. The rise of the internet and home computers are briefly touched upon during news segments on the in-game radio during the early 1990's section of the story, but not greatly delved into given their relative infancy in that time period. During this entire 1975-1992 stretch of the story, Vito is no longer playable, and Don Scaletta takes a backseat in the story as a main supporting character, similar to Don Salieri throughout Mafia: Definitive Edition. You now play as the Italian-Canadian Scaletta family soldato Louis DeAngelo, who is later promoted to being a capo in 1985. However, unlike Don Salieri, Don Scaletta has much more integrity, and has more genuine loyalty for his men and his associates. If you've beaten Mafia 1 or Mafia: Definitive Edition, you'll know this is something Salieri lacked in the end. The game will include a number of hit music from the 70’s that played on the radio back then, such as Bobby Womack’s Across 110th Street and Tony Christie’s (Is This the Way to) Amarillo, The Grateful Dead's Casey Jones and at least a few songs by the then new American rock band Cheap Trick, as well as popular songs from the 1960’s people still listened to at the time, such as Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs’ Wooly Bully, King Crimson’s 21st Century Schizoid Man,Zager and Evans' In the Year 2525, The Zombies' Time of the Season, and Nancy Sinatra’s These Boots Are Made for Walkin'. When you progress through the game, especially after you switch to playing as Louis DeAngelo for the rest of the story, years change, and the music changes. Different songs start playing on the radio, such as Sylvester's You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real),Randy Crawford's Street Life, and The Village People's Y.M.C.A., Cheryl Lynn's Got to Be Real, Gloria Gaynor's I Will Survive, and the Bee Gees' Stayin' Alive start playing in the 1979 portion of the game. After you've completed the 1975 section of the game, Foghat's Slow Ride starts playing on the radio. Starting in the 1977 section of the game, Cheap Trick's I Want You to Want Me and Heart's Barracuda start playing on the radio. In the 1980's portion of the game, Thomas Dolby's songs Hyperactive! and She Blinded Me with Science, in addition to Night Ranger's Sister Christian also start playing on the radio. If Hangar 13 can afford the licenses, I also think a few Michael Jackson and Madonna songs should definitely be on the radio during the 1980's portion of the story, given the immense popularity and regular radio airtime those two had in that decade. If this ended up being possible, I imagine that Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal, Beat It, Bad, and Billie Jean being on the radio in the 80's sections would be a must, Smooth Criminal especially because of how well it suits the series. Madonna's Lucky Star, Burning Up, Like a Virgin, and Borderline would also be perfect for the 80's portion of the game to me. Also mentioned by NPCs and civilians in the game are topical events of the time period, such as the release of the groundbreaking 1973 horror film The Exorcist at the end of Vito's playable portion of the game. Other music of the 1980's segment when playing as Louis DeAngelo for the remainder of the game includes hits of the era such as Joe Jackson's Steppin' Out, The Buggles' Video Killed The Radio Star, Corey Hart's Sunglasses at Night,Laura Branigan's Self Control and Gloria, The Weather Girls' It's Raining Men, A-ha’s Take On Me, Men at Work's Down Under, Kim Wilde's Kids in America, The Gap Band's You Dropped a Bomb on Me, Culture Club’s Karma Chameleon, Twisted Sister's I Wanna Rock and We're Not Gonna Take It, Bon Jovi's Wanted Dead or Alive and Bad Medicine, Loverboy's Working for the Weekend, Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) and That's the Way (I Like It), Tiffany’s I Think We’re Alone Now, Daryl Hall & John Oates' Maneater, Aneka's Japanese Boy, Mötley Crüe's Dr. Feelgood, Girls, Girls, Girls and Kickstart My Heart, Billy Joel's We Didn't Start the Fire, Huey Lewis And The News' Hip To Be Square, Bill Medley's (I've Had) The Time of My Life, The Police's Every Breath You Take, Whodini's Magic's Wand, Tears For Fears' Everybody Wants To Rule The World, Rockwell's Somebody's Watching Me, Regina's Baby Love, Nena's 99 Red Balloons, Earth, Wind, and Fire's Let's Groove and September, Billy Idol's Eyes Without a Face and White Wedding, Rick James’ Give It To Me Baby, Wham!'s Everything She Wants, George Michael's Careless Whisper, Toto's Hold the Line and Africa, Blondie's Heart of Glass and Atomic, and Mai Tai's History. Note that not every single year and moment of the 17 year 1975-1992 section playing as Louis DeAngelo is playable or chronicled. My idea is it would be handled similarly to how the time skips in Mafia 1/Mafia: Definitive Edition were handled. Time skips of two or more years, or in this case, even longer such as 4 years sometimes, the game skipping from 1979 to 1983. This is to keep the game and story length ideal, and not risk it getting boring or repetitive, or going on for too long. Repetition was a big problem in Mafia III even if I still thought it was a superb game, so I think it'd be best to learn from that for the next big entry. The games story will skip ahead and show onscreen only what's significant, similar to the first Mafia game and it's remake, as well as certain aspects of Mafia II. Louis starts his section as a 22 year old fugitive soldato who got picked up by another crew south of the Canadian border, and in the epilogue of the game in 1992, is promoted to the consigliere of the Scaletta crime family at the age of 40, being set to take over the family once Vito and Joe become too old to run the day to day on a regular basis. The years chronicled in the main gameplay segments are as follows: 1973 1975 1977 1979 1983 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 Much more of the rural areas and countryside outside of Empire Bay are included than what was available in Mafia II. The way rural environments are handled for this hypothetical Mafia IV is akin to how Mafia: Definitive Edition and Mafia III handled their rural environments outside the main cities, except much larger in scale, given the increased power of the current new consoles such as the PS5 and Xbox Series X. This region is based off of upstate New York and the surrounding areas across multiple states in the Northeastern US, and includes forests, fields, mountains, rivers, lakes, beaches, and small towns. Also included are other cities and towns, based off of other large cities in New York like Syracuse, Buffalo, and Rochester, where other story missions, business activities, and side missions take place, along with smaller notable places like Ithaca, Binghamton, and Utica. The entire states of New Jersey, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Delaware, Maryland, and Ohio are also included, including places based off of all of their major cities and most of their notable towns in between. Large portions of Pennsylvania are included as well, including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Scranton. Large portions of the eastern half of the Canadian province of Ontario are included as well, including cities based off of Toronto, Ottawa, and Niagara Falls. There's even a small portion of Quebec included, including Montreal and the surrounding countryside of the province outside that city, including a few small towns in southern Quebec. The player must pass a quick border patrol check when crossing the US-Canada border in a car or other ground vehicle. Wildlife is present in the game, mostly to add to the background, scenery, and immersion in rural environments on the map. These are all animals native to the Northeastern US, ranging from white tailed deer, coyotes, bobcats, Canada lynxes, rabbits, hares, groundhogs, gophers, beavers, raccoons, opossums, bats, chipmunks, red and gray squirrels, mice, and rats to more formidable and potentially dangerous animals that may sometimes attack the player, such as grey wolves, black bears, mountain lions, and moose. These last four animals are known to spawn in the mountainous regions, especially in New York, Ohio, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Ontario, including the rural regions based off of the Catskills and the Adirondack mountains. Dogs are present in the cities, towns, and settlements where humans live and keep them as pets, being walked and sometimes found in people's yards. Some are used as guard dogs by enemies and are aggressive towards the player on sight. Domestic cats are also present in the background of residential areas, and both Louis and Vito own them as pets throughout the game in their safe houses, as well as other onscreen characters we see the homes of throughout the game. Aircraft make their first usable appearance in the Mafia series too, from airplanes to helicopters. Vito cannot use planes or helicopters in his playable 1973 portion of the game, as he does not know how to pilot, being a paratrooper in World War II who never actually flew any of the planes himself. Aircraft are unlocked to use when Louis DeAngelo gets his pilot’s certificate offscreen in 1977, and at the end of a chapter set that year, Louis has to fly Vito in a helicopter to a penthouse in Downtown Empire Bay acting as a family safe house, equipped with a helipad. Louis frequently serves as a personal driver and pilot for both Vito and Joe afterwards, having done a lot in his time serving the family to earn their trust and respect. Melee weapons also make a return from Mafia: Definitive Edition, with even more variety this time. In their respective sections of the game, Vito and Louis may use anything from baseball bats, pipes, shovels, brass knuckles, golf clubs, police batons, switchblades, kitchen knives, bowie knives, ice picks, 2x4s, claw hammers, crowbars, tire irons, chain links, machetes, meat cleavers, pickaxes, hatchets, sledgehammers, to fire axes. This amount of melee weapons is so no matter what environment the player finds themselves in during a mission or any other game activity, there is usually a weapon of some sort nearby. If the player has obtained piano wire, you may also strangle an enemy to death with it from behind as a stealth kill, this being a classic assassination method infamous for being used by the Italian Mafia. Rope can also be found and used for similar strangulation stealth kills, appearing in the gameplay environments where piano wire can’t be found. There is a wide variety of new guns and explosives to use in this concept for Mafia IV, going with the new weapons of the time the game takes place that criminals quickly got their hands on. This includes the SPAS-12 combat shotgun, the Beretta 92 pistol, the AK-74 assault rifle, the mini uzi, the MAC-10 submachine gun, both suppressed and unsuppressed variants, the Beretta 92 pistol, the Taurus raging bull revolver, Glock handguns, the TEC-9 machine pistol, illegally modified to be full auto, the Ruger Mini-14 full auto variant, and even Vietnam war era flamethrowers, which I think is only natural given that as of Mafia III, we already have RPGs and grenade launchers. Late in the game from the 1989 section and onwards, the Benelli M3 combat shotgun becomes available. The Milkor MGL grenade launcher becomes available beginning in the 1983 portion of the game. Attached grenade launchers are also available for the AK-47, AK-74, and M16 assault rifles. Free ride makes a return in Mafia IV, with the player having the options to change the weather, time period, and an option to play as Louis, Vito, Joe, or Lincoln. Naturally, a multitude of new free ride missions are available as well. I previously posted a much earlier and less detailed draft of this on the old Mafia3 subreddit 3 years ago back in 2017 as an idea for a hypothetical Mafia 3 expansion where you play as Vito, but have since updated and revamped it to a possible Mafia IV plot, and fixed any plot holes I noticed and made it much more fleshed out and in depth, and focus on more than just Vito in the end. You may view my original here if you so desire, to compare. https://www.reddit.com/Mafia3/comments/6sldhp/spoiler_mafia_iii_vito_dlc_basic_plot_idea/ Feel free to give me constructive criticism on this, as I encourage this discourse and believe it is integral to growing and improving, to build upon or improve these ideas I've come up with, or say whether or not you think something like this should happen in the future. Thank you for reading!
York Region Joins Modified Stage 2 starting October 19th at 12:01AM
All below restrictions will apply to York Region as well.
Effective Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., these targeted measures are being implemented in Ottawa, Peel, and Toronto as a result of their higher than average rates of transmission. Measures under a modified Stage 2 include:
Reducing limits for all social gatherings and organized public events to a maximum of 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors where physical distancing can be maintained. The two limits may not be combined for an indoor-outdoor event;
Prohibiting indoor food and drink service in restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments, including nightclubs and food court areas in malls;
Indoor gyms and fitness centres (i.e., exercise classes and weight and exercise rooms);
Casinos, bingo halls and other gaming establishments;
Performing arts centres and venues;
Spectator areas in racing venues;
Interactive exhibits or exhibits with high risk of personal contact in museums, galleries, zoos, science centres, landmarks, etc.;
Prohibiting personal care services where face coverings must be removed for the service (e.g. makeup application, beard trimming)
Prohibiting personal care services where face coverings must be removed for the service (e.g. makeup application, beard trimming);
Reducing the capacity limits for:
Tour and guide services to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors
Real estate open houses to 10 people indoors, where physical distancing can be maintained.
In-person teaching and instruction (e.g. cooking class) to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, with exemptions for schools, child care centres, universities, colleges of applied arts and technology, private career colleges, the Ontario Police College, etc.
Meeting and event spaces to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors, and
Limiting team sports to training sessions (no games or scrimmages).
Schools, child care centres, and places of worship will remain open in these communities and must continue to follow the public health measures in place. Before-school and after-school programs will also be exempt from these new restrictions. Given the extraordinary costs associated with these functions, wedding receptions scheduled for this weekend may proceed under existing public health rules. Effective Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., updated public health measures will apply to wedding receptions, including new gathering limits of 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors at event spaces. The government is also urging you to only celebrate Thanksgiving with people in your household.
How Ontario's COVID responses affected the case trend
I am interested in the effectiveness of the provincial government's health measures during the second wave. So I summarized the measures and the subsequent case count during the second wave in Ottawa, Peel, York and Toronto: Timeline of the second wave responses
Ontario government announced four week hold on further lifting of restrictions
Province-wide restrictions were introduced on operating hours for bars and restaurants, restricting the sale of alcohol to an 11 pm last call, and the closure of the establishment at midnight. All strip clubs were ordered fully closed
Peel, Ottawa, and Toronto implements capacity limits on bars, event facilities, gyms. Province-wide mandate on the wearing of face masks when social distancing is not possible, would take effect on October 3
Peel, Ottawa, and Toronto rolled back to Modified Stage 2
Social gatherings and organized public events: max 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors
Prohibiting indoors food and drink service in restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments, including nightclubs and food court areas in malls
Closing of gyms, casino, cinemas, performing arts centres and venues, museum, galleries, zoos... etc.
Prohibiting personal care services where face coverings must be removed for the service (e.g. makeup application, beard trimming);
Reducing the capacity limits to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors for services such as tour and guide services, in person teaching such as cooking class (exemption: school, universities... etc.)
Parties, social gatherings, wedding receptions limited to 10 people indoors, 25 outdoors
Public events limited to 50 people indoors, 100 outdoors
Religious services and ceremonies limited to 30% indoors capacity and 100 people outdoors.
Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments
Maximum 50 indoors;
max four people seated together
Require patron contact information
Close from 10 pm to 5 am; liquor served only between 9 am to 9 pm
Sports facilities and gym limited to 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors, 2 meter physical distancing unless in a sport, maximum 90 minutes, require reservation
Retail 2 meter distance and face covering required.
Personal care allowed except for those requiring removal of face coverings. Idiotic services such as Oxygen bars, sensory deprivation pods closed but not soon enough.
Organized public events and social gatherings limited to 5 people indoors, 25 outdoors
Religious services and ceremonies limited to 30% indoor capacity and 100 people outdoors.
Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments
Maximum 10 indoors;
Sports facilities and gym limited to 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors, 2 meter physical distancing unless in a sport, maximum 90 minutes, require reservation
Retail 2 meter distance and face covering required.
Casinos, bingo halls ... etc. limited to 10 people indoors, 25 outdoors
No indoor organized public events and social gatherings except with members of the same household or with individuals who live alone.
outdoors organized public events and social gatherings limited to 10 people outdoors
Religious services and ceremonies limited to 10 people indoors capacity and 10 people outdoors.
Restaurants, bars and other food and drink establishments: no indoor or outdoor service.
Indoor sports facilities and gym are closed
Outdoor recreational amenities (e.g. ice rinks, ski hills) open with restrictions.
Community centres and multi purpose facilities (e.g. YMCA) allowed to be open for permitted activities (e.g. child care services, day camps... etc.)
Non essential retail allows curbside pick up only.
Essential retail such as supermarkets, hardware stores, liquor stores, pharmacies 50% capacity limit.
Some indoor retail such as motor vehicles, garden centers are allowed by appointment only.
Outdoor markets permitted with restrictions.
Mall are allowed access to business allowed to open.
So I combed through the list looking at tour schedules for everybody and marking down when they were playing in the greater Bay Area and what their other tour dates were around OSL. All of that is listed below, but doesn't include musical artists that were suggested by other users but were not playing any of the other tracked festivals. While the official prediction game is over, feel free to make further predictions in this thread, armed with the tour knowledge listed. Possibilities: Headliners: Adele (no upcoming dates, rumored that she'll never tour again) Billy Joel (no dates between August 8th in Denver and August 26th in Baltimore) Bjork (no dates after May 6th-June 1st multimedia show residency in NY) Bruce Springsteen (no upcoming dates and stated on Twitter that there would be no 2019 tour) Cher (no dates between May 30th in Vancouver and August 21st in Vegas that is part of her Vegas residency) Childish Gambino (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Coldplay (no upcoming dates) Daft Punk (no upcoming dates) Depeche Mode (no dates after March 29th in Spain) Diana Ross (no dates after July 22nd in Colorado, has Vegas residency in June) Drake (no dates after April 26th in the Netherlands, no U.S. dates) Eagles (no dates after July 8th in Ireland, no U.S. dates) Eminem (no upcoming dates) Eric Clapton (no dates after June 10th in Germany, no U.S. dates) Foo Fighters (no dates between June 29th in Sweden and August 13th in Hungary) Frank Ocean (no upcoming dates) Green Day (no upcoming dates) Guns N Roses (no upcoming dates) Gwen Stefani (only Vegas residency dates with break between July 26th and October 11th) Jay-Z (no dates other than Woodstock 50 weekend after OSL) Kanye West (no upcoming dates) Kendrick Lamar (no dates after April 7th in Chile, no U.S. dates) Kids See Ghosts (no upcoming dates, but tour rumored) Lady Gaga (only Vegas residency dates with break between June 15th and October 17th) Madonna (no upcoming dates) Maroon 5 (no dates between June 11th in France and August 31st in Curacao, no U.S. dates) Miley Cyrus (no dates between June 30th in UK and August 16th at Woodstock 50) Missy Elliott (no dates after July 5th in New Orleans) Nicki Minaj (no dates after June 21st in L.A.) Pearl Jam (no dates between July 6th in UK and September 28th in Dana Point, CA) Phish (no dates between July 14th in Wisconsin and August 30th in Colorado) Red Hot Chili Peppers (no dates before August 16th in Japan) Robert Plant (no dates after July 2nd in Norway, no U.S dates) Rod Stewart (no dates between July 13th in UK and Vegas residency beginning September 18th) Roger Waters (no upcoming shows) Sting (no dates between August 1st in France and August 23rd in Illinois) The Strokes (no dates between July 21st in France and September 27th in Dana Point, CA) Tool (no dates after July 2nd in Portugal) Travis Scott (no dates after July 13th in Switzerland) Twenty One Pilots (no dates between July 21st in France and August 13th in Hungary) U2 (no upcoming shows and Bono said cryptic message at last 2018 show that they were "going away now") 7 Tracked Festivals: King Princess (plays Fillmore April 22, no dates listed past July 28th in Detroit) 4 Tracked Festivals: Chelsea Cutler (plays Fillmore March 22, no dates listed past April 3rd) Clairo (plays Pitchfork in Chicago July 21st then Reading UK festival August 23rd) Denzel Curry (plays Bill Graham Civic opening for Billie Eilish on May 29th, plays Seattle on July 19th then August 16th in Netherlands) Easy Life (no dates after August 3rd in UK) Playboi Carti (no dates after June 1st in NY) Sheck Wes (playing in Montreal on August 9th or 10th) 3 Tracked Festivals 070 Shake (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) The Band Camino (plays July 14th in Kentucky then September 7th in Tennessee) Bazzi (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Bob Moses (plays July 13th in Portugal then August 17th in Utah) Brockhampton (plays July 14th in Netherlands then August 17th in Japan) Caamp (no dates after August 2nd in Portland) Dennis Lloyd (plays Great American Music Hall on April 11th, no dates after June 30th in Switzerland) Gucci Mane (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Hippo Campus (no dates after August 2nd in Iowa) Hop Along (plays The Independent on April 18-19, no dates after July 12 in Kentucky) Hozier (no dates after April 14th in Spokane) Kacey Musgraves (plays August 2nd in Iowa then August 24th in Paso Robles, CA) Ravyn Lenae (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Shame (plays The New Parish in Oakland on April 23rd, no dates after July 14th in Finland) Taylor Bennett (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Two Feet (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Unknown Mortal Orchestra (plays the Greek Theatre on April 19th, no dates past July 26th in Japan) Walk the Moon (no dates past June 23rd in Delaware) 2 Tracked Festivals: Alison Wonderland (plays July 21st in Paris then August 15th in Austria) Blood Orange (no dates after June 3rd in Maryland) Calpurnia (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky Castlecomer (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Cautious Clay (no dates after June 15th in Norway) Crooked Colours (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Diplo (plays August 1st in Minnesota then August 23rd in Netherlands) Ella Mai (plays The Fox in Oakland on April 23rd, no dates after May 22nd in Tennessee) Evan Giia (no dates after July 19th in Washington) Flora Cash (plays August Hall in SF on May 22nd as opening act, no dates after June 21st in Michigan) Flipp Dinero (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Gesaffelstein (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Gorgon City (plays the Regency Ballroom on April 17th, no dates after July 27th in UK) Gunna (plays the Fillmore on April 7th as opening act, no dates after July 15th in Croatia The Interrupters (plays the Regency Ballroom on March 14th, no dates after June 30th in Spain) J.I.D. (no shows after July 28th in Michigan) Jpegmafia (plays the Warfield on March 28th as opening act, no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Judah and the Lion (plays July 26th in Germany, August 10th in Missouri, and August 13th in Colorado) Khalid (plays July 6th in Canada then September 7th in Germany) Kid Cudi (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Kygo (no dates after July 9th in Canada) Lauren Daigle (plays July 31st in Michigan then August 10th in Portland and August 11th in Vancouver) Let's Eat Grandma (plays the Chapel on April 18th, plays August 8th in Italy then August 29th in UK) Lil Mosey (no dates after May 24th in Vegas) Lil Wayne (no dates after June 21st in Los Angeles) The Lumineers (play July 29th in Denmark then September 21st in New Jersey) Mansionair (no dates after June 27th in MIchigan) Medasin (play July 19 in Washington then September 12th in Colorado) Mura Masa (play June 9th in UK then August 22nd in UK) Nghtmre (no dates after July 21st in Germany) Nora en Pure (no dates after July 14th in Germany) The Nude Party (play the Great American Music Hall on April 25th, no dates after May 10th in UK) The Record Company (play the Ace of Spades in Sacramento on June 5th, play July 14th in Massachusetts then August 17th in Montana) Ric Wilson (no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Ripe (play July 14th in Massachusetts then September 21st in New Jersey) Rubblebucket (play the Cornerstone in Berkeley on March 28th, no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Sales (no dates after April 27 at August Hall in SF) Shaed (play March 15th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after June 29th in Denver) Snakehips (no dates after July 14th in NY) Soccer Mommy (plays the Great American Music Hall on April 17th and 18th and Bill Graham Civic as opener on October 1st, play July 21st in Chicago then September 25th in Canada) Still Woozy (play the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 21st in Washington) Sunflower Bean (play July 26-28 in UK then August 11th in Toronto) Tank and the Bangas (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Tobi Lou (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Tyla Yaweh (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Tyler the Creator (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) U.S. Girls (no dates after July 14th in Canada) Wallows (play the Fillmore on April 26th and 27th, no dates after July 28th in Detroit) Yellow Days (play July 27th in Michigan then August 14-17 in Portugal) Zhu (play Shambhala Music Fest in British Columbia same weekend as OSL) 1 Tracked Festival: 10K.Caash (no dates after May 12 in Florida) 12th Planet (play March 16th at Regency Ballroom, no dates after March 30th in Arizona) 21 Savage (no dates after May 4th in Kansas) 3lau (play March 15th at Pure Nightclub in Sunnyvale, no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) 4B (play March 30th at Bill Graham Civic as opener, no dates after July 21st in Germany) 88Glam (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (play April 4th at The Fillmore, no dates after April 11th in Massachusetts) Aaron Aye (no dates after May 31st in NY) Adia Victoria (no dates between May 26th in Massachusetts and September 21st in Tennessee) Agoria (play Dreambeach Festival in Spain August 7th to 11th, but unclear what day he may be playing on) All Them Witches (no dates after June 22nd in Switzerland) Amber Mark (no dates after July 19th in Chicago) Ame (no dates after July 21st in Spain) Andrew McMahon (play March 21st at Fox in Oakland, no dates after June 22 in Delaware) Anna Lunoe (no shows after July 19th in Indonesia) Anoushka Shankar (no shows after June 14th in Tennessee) Aphex Twin (no shows between April 21st at Coachella and August 25th in Paris) Arkells (play March 27th at Cornerstone in Berkeley, no dates after July 27th in UK) The Artisanals (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Asian Doll (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Awolnation (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) BabyG (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Baby Goth (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Bakar (no dates after May 4th in UK) Bassnectar (no dates after July 20th in Pennsylvania) Bblasian (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) Beach Fossils (no dates after May 3rd in Arizona) Beach House (playing Bellwether Festival in Ohio on August 9th or 10th) Beau Young Prince (play March 22nd at The Warfield as opener, no dates after March 23rd in Hollywood) Bebe Rexha (no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Bendigo Fletcher (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Big Baby Scumbag (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Big Red Machine (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) Big Wild (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Blaatina (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Blac Youngsta (no dates after May 24th in Maryland) BlackPink (no dates between May 28th in Spain and August 16th in Japan) Blond:ish (no dates after July 7th in Belgium) Bloodpop (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Blueface (play March 19th at Warfield as Opener and June 28th at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, no dates after that) Boa (no dates after April 20th in Indiana) Bombino (play March 27th at the Independent, no dates after June 23rd at San Luis Obispo) Bones (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Boy Pablo (no dates between July 10th in Norway and August 12th in France) Brianna Perry (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Bruno Mali (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Bryce Vine (no dates after 19th in Alabama) Buddy (play March 23rd at Harlow's in Sacramento, no dates after July 13th in UK) Bumpin Uglies (play April 27th at Bottom of the Hill in SF, play Freakstomp Festival in Ohio same weekend as OSL, but not sure which day) Burna Boy (play April 17th at Slim's, no dates after August 4th in Portugal) Calypso Rose (no dates after July 13th in Slovakia) CamelPhat (no dates between July 5th in Croatia and August 22nd in UK) Car Seat Headrest (no dates between July 3rd in Nebraska and August 11th in L.A. as opener) Carly Johnson (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Caroline Rose (no dates between August 9th in Ohio and August 15th in Colorado) Catfish and the Bottlemen (play March 23rd at Fox in Oakland, no dates between August 3rd in Ireland and August 12th in Hungary) Charli XCX (no dates between July 21st in Chicago and August 22nd in UK) Charlotte Gainsbourg (play April 15th at The Regency, no dates after July 26th in France) Cherry Glazerr (no dates after July 14th in Tennessee) Chief Keef (no dates after May 8th in North Carolina) Chief Pound (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Chon (no dates after May 4th in Georgia) Chris Lake (no dates after May 17th in North Carolina) CID (no dates after August 3rd in Calgary, Canada) Cirez D (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) City Girls (play March 19th at the Warfield as opener, no dates after July 14th in NY) City Morgue (no dates after May 10th in Miami) CloZee (no dates between August 3rd in Colorado and August 13th in Italy) Coca Vango (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Coi Leray (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Cola Boyy (play April 18th at Rickshaw Stop in SF between Coachella weekends, no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Comethazine (no dates between May 11th in Miami and August 23rd in UK) Craig Brown Band (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) CVBZ (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) D Savage (no dates after May 12th in Miami) DaniLeigh (no dates after July 14th in NY) Danny Towers (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Dashboard Confessional (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Dave P (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Deafheaven (play March 16th at UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates between June 14th in Tennessee and August 17th in Vegas) Deal Casino (play March 25th at Cornerstone in Berkeley, no dates after May 31st in NY) Death Cab for Cutie (no dates between July 27th in Japan and August 11th in L.A.) Deep Dish (no dates after May 25th in Greece) Dessa (play May 24th at Bottlerock, no dates after June 1st in Vegas) Deva Mahal (no dates between June 22nd in NY and August 25th in Virginia) Dillon Francis (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) DJ Mel (no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) DMX (play April 21st at UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates after July 27th in Long Beach) Dombresky (play March 22nd at 1015 Folsom in SF, no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Donna Missal (play March 26th at The Independent in SF, no dates after June 13th in Tennessee) The Doozers (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) Dorfex Bos (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Dr. Fresch (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Dragondeer (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Ducky (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Dusky (play April 13th at The Great Northern in SF, no dates after June 25th in Albania) dvsn (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Ekali (no dates between July 20th in Pennsylvania and September 12th in Colorado) Elley Duhe (no dates after May 26th at Bottlerock) Emily King (no dates after May 5th in NY) Emo Nite (play March 30th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after July 26th in NY) Eprom (no dates after July 18th in Montreal) Eric Biddines (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Erin Rae (no dates between July 14th in Kentucky and September 27th in SoCal) Evan Giia (no dates after July 19th in Washington) Faye Webster (play April 5th at Cafe du Nord in SF, no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Fendi P (no dates after May 12th in Miami) First Aid Kit (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) FKJ (play April 10th-11th at The Warfield, no dates between July 12th in UK and August 16th in UK) Freddie Gibbs (play May 5th at Brick & Mortar in SF, no dates after July 21st in Chicago) The Frights (no dates after May 24th at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz) G Herbo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) The Garden (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) GASHI ( no dates after July 9th in Canada) Gat$ (no dates after May 12 in Miami) Gojira (play July 26th at Shoreline as opener), no dates between August 8th in Nebraska and August 11th in Illinois) Goldlink (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Go$h (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Goth Babe (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) Gramatik (no dates between August 3rd in Washington and September 7th in Germany) Grandson (play April 3rd at Slim's, no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Great Good Fine OK (no dates after June 1st in Ohio) Greta Van Fleet (no dates between July 13th in Spain and September 3rd in Australia) Grizfolk (play March 21st at Fox in Oakland as opener, no dates after March 24th in San Diego) Grlwood (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) Grownboitrap (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Guapdad 4000 (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Gucci Gang (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Gus Dapperton (no dates after August 1st in Austria) Guster (no dates after May 26th in Boston) Guy Gerber (no dates after July 13th in UK) Half Alive (no dates between June 21st in Delaware and September 13th in L.A.) Heidi Lawden (no dates after August 3rd in UK) Hekler (no dates after July 9th in Ontario) H.E.R. (no dates after July 13th in UK) Highly Suspect (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) The Him (no dates between May 19th in Alabama and August 17th in Austria) Hippie Sabotage (no dates after June 19th in Colorado) Hot Since 82 (no dates between May 27th in Michigan and August 17th in UK) Hundredth (no dates after June 29th in Netherlands) Hurray For the Riff Raff (no dates after April 27th in New Orleans) HYUKOH (no dates after July 14th in UK) Ibeyi (no dates after July 26th in France) Ice Billion Berg (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Iceage (play April 23rd at the New Parish, no dates after May 7th in Chicago Idris Elba (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) Iglooghost (no dates after May 31st in Spain) Ilovemakonnen (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Indigochildrick (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Israel Nash (no dates between July 13th in Kentucky and August 24th in New Hampshire) J Balvin (no dates between July 23rd in Spain and August 16th in Mexico) Jade Bird (play June 8th at Greek Theater as opener, no dates between August 4th in Iowa and August 23rd in UK) Jade Cicada (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Jaden Smith (no dates after April 28th in Virginia) Jambinai (no dates after June 8th in Portugal) Jan Blomqvist (no dates after July 13th in Germany) Javiera Mena (no dates after May 17th in Spain) Jauz (no dates between August 5th in Toronto and August 10th in Vegas and August 11th in Phoenix) Jaydayoungan (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Jeremy Zucker (no dates between June 1st in Cincinnati and August 22nd in UK) Jesse Royal (no dates after May 26th in Monterey) Jim James (no dates after July 7th in Quincy, CA) Jonas Blue (no dates between July 21st in France and August 24th in UK) Jony J (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Joywave (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Jukebox the Ghost (no dates after June 2nd in Ohio) Justin Jay (no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Kash Doll (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kevin Gates (no dates after July 31st in Virginia) The Kid Laroi (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kid Quill (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Kid Trunks (no dates after May 31st in Belgium) Killumantii (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Killy (no dates after July 11th in Netherlands) Kilo Kish (play March 23rd at Regency Ballroom, no dates after May 26th in Boston) King Henry (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) KirbLaGoop (no dates after May 11th in Miami) The Knocks (no dates after June 29th in Denver) Knower (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Kodak Black (play March 23rd at The Warfield, no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kolsch (no dates between July 14th in Belgium and August 17th in Netherlands) Lancey Foux (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Las Cafeteras (no dates after August 3rd in L.A.) Las Robertas (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Lauren Lane (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Lee Burridge (no dates after June 8th in Netherlands) Leebrian (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Leikeli47 (play April 16th at the New Parish in Oakland, no dates after July 11th in Ottawa) Lettuce (play March 21-24 at SF Jazz Center, play Telluride Jazz Fest in Colorado on August 9th, 10th ,or 11th) Lightskinkeisha (no shows after May 11th in Miami) Lil Baby (play March 18 at Fox in Oakland and March 19 at Warfield, no dates between July 14th in NY and August 22nd in UK) Lil Berete (no dates after May 18th in Montreal) Lil Dicky (no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Lil Duke (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Lil Durk (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Lil Gotit (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Lil Keed (play April 7th at Fillmore as opener, no dates after May 16th in Atlanta) Lil Pump (play April 26th at Warfield, play August 9th or 10th in Montreal) Lil Skies (play April 26th at Warfield, no dates after July 7th in UK) Lil Tjay (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Lil Uzi Vert (no dates between July 20th in Spain and August 22nd in UK) Lil Yachty (no dates after July 6th in Vancouver) Lily Allen (no dates after June 16th in UK) Liquid Stranger (play March 15th at Slim's, no dates after June 13th in Tennessee) Lolo Zouai (play May 14th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after July 14th in NY) The Lonely Island (no dates after June 29th in Minnesota) Los Tucanes de Tijuana (no dates after June 13th in Mexico) Lostboycrow (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Loud Luxury (no dates between August 2nd in Vegas and August 22nd in UK) Lucius (play April 25th at Great American Music Hall and September 21st & 22nd at Greek as opener, no dates between August 4th in Oregon and Greek gigs) Lykke Li (no dates after July 13th in UK) Madeintyo (no dates after July 13 in Germany) Magic City Hippies (play May 25th at Bottlerock, no dates after July 28th in Pennsylvania) Magic Giant (no dates between June 23rd in Delaware and September 26th in Mendocino) The Main Squeeze (no dates after August 3rd in Colorado) Maliibu MItch (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Manu Crooks (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Maren Morris (play March 26th at The Masonic, no dates between August 8th in Canada and August 16th in New Zealand) The Marias (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) Matt Ox (no dates after May 12th in Miami) MAX (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Megan Thee Stallion (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Melii (no dates after May 12th in Miami) MEMBA (no dates after August 4th in Colorado) Members Only (no dates after May 31st in Belgium) Men I Trust (no dates after July 21st in Michigan) Mersiv (no dates after July 18th in Pennsylvania) The Messenger Birds (no dates after July 27th in Detroit) The Messthetics (play April 22nd at The Chapel in SF, no dates after June 26th in Vancouver) Migos (no dates after July 21st in France) Miles Kane (no dates between July 28th in UK and August 30th in Ireland) MKUltra (no dates after June 2nd in NY) MO (no dates after July 21st in UK) Mo Lowda and the Humble (play August 9th, 10th,and 17th in Colorado) Monsieur Perine (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Moon Boots (no dates after June 23rd in Albania) Moon Taxi (no dates between July 20th in Maine and September 7th in Tennessee) Morgxn (no dates after July 27th in Houston) Mr Eazi (play April 21st at the Regency Ballroom, no dates between June 30th in the Netherlands and November 13th in UK) Mt. Joy (play March 30th at the Fillmore, no dates between April 7th in San Diego and September 27th in Dana Point, CA) Mulatto (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Naeem (no dates after May 24th in Boston) Nahko and Medicine for the People (play May 26th in Monterey, no dates between August 6th in Montana and August 25th in Virginia) Naked Giants (play May 24th at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 13th in the Netherlands) NAS (no dates after July 14th in Virginia) Nate Dae (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Nessly (no dates after May 24th in Georgia) Nic Fanciulli (no dates after July 7th in Italy) NIcole Moudaber (play April 6th at The Midway in SF, plays August 9th or 10th in Montreal) Njomza (no dates after May 31st in NY) Nocturnal Sunshine (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Nombe (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Ocho Ojos (no dates after April 21st at Coachella and October 10th at Joshua Tree) Ookay (play August 10th in Vegas, not playing anywhere August 9th or 11th) The Orphan The Poet (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Otown Marco (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Pardison Fontaine (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Parquet Courts (no dates between July 21st in Chicago and August 29th in UK) Party Pupils (play March 28th at 1015 Folsom in SF, no dates after July 6th in Hollywood) Patrice Baumel (play August 9th, 10th, or 11th at We Can Dance festival in Belgium) Peach Pit (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Penny & Sparrow (play June 28th at the Fox Theater in Oakland as opener, no dates between July 14th in Kentucky and September 7th in Tennessee) Perfume (play April 17th at Civic in San Jose, no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Phosphorescent (no dates between June 22nd in Delaware and September 21st in Tennessee) Phresher (no dates after May 10th in Miami) PJ Morton (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) PLS&TY (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) PNB Rock (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Polo and Pan (no dates between June 28th in France and August 24th in France) Polo G (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Princess Nokia (no dates between July 13th in Spain and September 7th in Germany) Pusha T (no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Quando Rondo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Queen Key (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Rackz God (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Rae Sremmurd (no dates after July 19th in Indonesia) Rakeem Miles (no dates after July 22nd in Delaware) Rat Boy (no dates after July 28th in UK) Razorbumps (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) The Red Clay Strays (no dates after May 17th in Alabama) The Red Pears (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) Rich the Kid (play March 30th at the Warfield, no dates after July 13th in Germany) Richy Samo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Rick Ross (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Rico Nasty (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) Rival Sons (play May 7th at The Fillmore, no dates after August 1st in Norway) RL Grime (no dates after July 19th in Seattle) Rob Markman (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Robb Banks (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Rod Wave (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Rosalia (no dates after July 11th in Spain) Ross From Friends (play April 21st at The Independent in SF, no dates after July 21st in Germany) Ruen Brothers (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Ruston Kelly (no dates between August 4th in Iowa and November 11th in Dominican Replublic) SAINt JHN (no dates between July 13th in Germany and August 22nd in UK) Saweetie (no dates after July 26th in Nebraska) serpentwithfeet (no dates between April 21st at Coachella and August 29th in UK) Shallou (play April 26th at The Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 21st in Seattle) Shlump (play March 16th at the Regency Ballroom, no dates after August 4th in Calgary) Shoreline Mafia (no dates after May 24th in Albuquerque) Sidney Gish (no dates after June 14th in UK) Siena Liggins (no dates after July 27th in Detroit) Sir (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Ski Mask the Slump God (play April 30th at Bill Graham Civic, no dates after July 7th in UK) Slenderbodies (no dates after May 19th in Houston) Smino (play April 9th at the Fillmore and April 14th at the Regency Ballroom, no dates after May 9 in Boston) SNBRN (play March 23rd at August Hall in SF, no dates after June 30 in Michigan) Social House (play May 2nd at SAP Center as opener and May 3rd at Golden One Center as opener, no dates after July 13th in Utah) SoDown (no dates after August 2nd in Washington) Soja (play June 19th at Mountain Winery in Saratoga as opener, no dates after July 21st in North Carolina) Sophie (no dates after June 8th in Portugal) Soulja Boy (no dates after June 25th in Chicago) Soulection (no dates after May 13th in Bakersfield) Space Jam the Pilot (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Space Jesus (play April 5th at the UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates after July 22nd in Montreal) Spaceghostpurrp (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Spazz Cardigan (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) Spencer Ludwig (no dates after June 28th in NY) Splash Zanotti (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Splurge (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Steady Holiday (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) $uicideboy$ (no dates after July 21st in France) Sunsquabi (no dates after August 2nd in Colorado) Suzi Wu (no dates after June 1st in NY) Sweater Beats (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Sylvan Lacue (no dates after May 11th in Miami) SZA (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Tale of Us (play April 19th at 1015 Folsom club in SF, no dates between July 14th in Belgium and August 17th in the Netherlands) Tara Brooks (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Tee Grizzley (no dates after May 12th in Miami) ThouxanbanFauni (play March 29th at the Complex in Oakland, no dates after May 12th in Miami) Thumpasaurus (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Tierra Whack (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Tiny Moving Parts (no dates after June 28th in Michigan) Tokimonsta (no dates after July 18th in UK) Tokyo Jetz (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Tomasa Del Real (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Trampled by Turtles (play August 10th in Washington, not playing August 9th or 11th anywhere) Trippee Redd (no dates after July 13th in Germany) Tund3 (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Turnover (play April 23rd at the Regency Ballroom, no dates after June 1st in Japan) Two Friends (no dates after June 15th in Washington) T.Y. 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At least 77 million millionaires thanks to cannabis
Recreational cannabis is not legal yet, but many Canadians are taking advantage of it to make a fortune. At least 77 of them have accumulated millions of dollars in just a few months thanks to their investments in the industry, according to data compiled by our Investigation Bureau. "I knew the pot was a good investment, but no one in the community thought it would pay so much," says Chuck Rifici, head of the Cannabis Wheaton investment fund and former chief financial officer of the Liberal Party of Canada. (PLC). At 43, the one who is described as the "pot godfather" in Canada sits on a personal fortune that he himself estimates to "more than 100 million", including $ 47.7 million in potato producer shares , according to public financial documents. He owns a Ferrari 458 red and a Tesla S. It all started with a first investment of $ 70 in shares in his company Tweed, a pot producer (now Canopy Growth). "I thought I was rich when I made my first $ 500,000," jokes the Ottawa businessman. Mr. Rifici said today that he continues to work only "for pleasure". "It's a lot less stressful." Big risks On the other side of the Ottawa River in Gatineau, Sébastien St-Louis, 34, has a fortune of $ 15.4 million. His company founded in 2013, Hydropothecary, is valued at $ 660 million on the stock market. The path to get there was not easy. "I almost went broke at least four times. My credit card was used up to $ 30,000. Stories like that of Rifici and Saint-Louis, who have become millionaires before even a single gram of recreational pot is sold legally, are in the dozens of industries. Establishing the list of Millionaire Canadians in the pot helps to make the following observations: The vast majority, 58% (45 out of 77), are from Ontario. Only 4 come from Quebec (5%). Out of 77 millionaires, there are only three women. Wealth is extremely concentrated Speculative bubble ? The stock market value of pot companies exploded last year as a result of Trudeau government announcements on the upcoming legalization in 2018. New Brunswicker Denis Arsenault bought a medical cannabis producer in 2014 for $ 1.7 million. Its acquisition, the company Organigram, is worth half a billion dollars today. "It was like going to the casino when I invested in it, at first," he laughs. Although Canadians are still divided over the legalization of cannabis and the banks are very reluctant to invest in this industry, investors are now jostling to the gates to the point where there is fear of a speculative bubble. According to several experts, the current frenzy is similar to the tech bubble in the late 1990s, because they are extremely volatile. "There are companies that are not in cannabis, just saying that they are interested in the industry and boom, their shares are tripling," says portfolio management analyst Ken Lester, president of Lester Asset Management.
With the collaboration of Marie-Christine Trottier and Andrea Valeria
They roll on gold thanks to their investments in the pot THE GODFATHER OF THE POT PHOTO ANNABELLE BLAIS Chuck Rifici has inherited the nickname "godfather" of the pot industry. And for good reason, this 43-year-old Franco-Ontarian estimates his fortune to more than $ 100 million (including at least $ 47.7 million in shares of pot producers, according to public financial documents). He has two characteristics common to many millionaires in this industry: he is an entrepreneur and he has political connections, particularly with the Liberal Party of Canada (PLC). In 2013, Mr. Rifici co-founded Tweed, now Canopy Growth, Canada's largest pot company. Since 2017, he has been CEO of Cannabis Wheaton, an investment firm in pot companies, including producers or manufacturers of accessories. Wheaton has about fifteen partnerships, a huge spider web. Two ex of the PLC In parallel, the businessman was also CFO of the PLC from 2011 to 2016. "Being treasurer of the PLC, it gives credibility when you meet investors for pot," he says. Wheaton's vice president of external affairs, Sarah Bain, was also vice president of communications for the LPC from 2010 to 2013. Mr. Rifici even believes that the controversy provoked by this situation has helped him to talk about his businesses. "All press is good press," he says. But this has exacerbated tensions between him and his partner Bruce Linton and Rifici left Tweed in 2014 (see other text). He is now investing mainly in accessories such as vape. "I believe the future of this industry will be in these value-added products," he says. It's important to have a distribution and production network, but in a Starbuck coffee, it's not the coffee bean that pays the most, "he says. THE SOCIALIST IN JAGUAR PIERRE-PAUL POULIN PICTURES Wearing a three-piece suit and cell phone in hand, Bruce Linton, CEO of Canopy Growth, is the image of the successful businessman. "Because I sell cannabis, people always expect to see a guy in a faded T-shirt," he jokes. Mr. Linton now heads one of the largest cannabis producers in Canada. He first founded Tweed in 2013 (then joined Canopy Growth) with Chuck Rifici, former CFO of the Liberal Party of Canada. When asked why there are so many Liberals in the industry, he replies, "I do not know why there are a lot of Liberals in the industry. I'm not. You know what I am? I am a socialist who likes to ride in Jaguar. " And he has the means to pay for luxury cars. On paper, Mr. Linton's fortune is valued at more than $ 67 million. Potty drink In five years, Canopy Growth has acquired 13 cannabis production sites in eight Canadian provinces, including two in Quebec. The company has also developed partnerships to export or cultivate with Australia, Brazil, Germany, Jamaica, Denmark and Chile. Bruce Linton does not want to stop there. He has a clear vision for the future: to sell a cannabis drink. Canopy has signed an agreement this fall with Constellation, which sells Corona beers. Linton is already following in the footsteps of Seagram distiller Bronfman family, who made a fortune with alcohol at the end of the prohibition. "I want to provide a bottle-like format with 12-13% that produces effects after 7 minutes," he says. This is the socially accepted way to be impaired. " NOT YET MILLIONAIRES, BUT ALMOST MARTIN ALARIE PHOTO Quebecker Philippe Depault is not yet a millionaire of the pot, but he is about to succeed. The 26-year-old entrepreneur (left) and his partner Alexandre Lalancette, 23 years old (right) have just sold their cannabis accessories business, Maïtri, for $ 550,000 in addition to an amount of up to 1.2 M $ to be paid to the performance. Pretty surprising when we know that Maïtri made his first sale in July 2017 only. Mr. Depault was a cyclist with the Canadian team dreaming of the Olympics until fibromyalgia changed his life in 2013. No medicine was able to relieve him, except cannabis. He then gave himself the mission to fight against the stigmatization of consumers. Soon more Quebeckers? The chemical engineering student started by blogging in the summer of 2016. Then in March 2017, he joined Mr. Lalancette to create neatly designed cannabis accessories with Quebec materials. "Cannabis is still associated with stoners ," he says. But around me, almost everyone uses cannabis, either once a day or once a year. They are engineers, doctors, lawyers. It was to this clientele that he wanted to address himself. An investor has injected from $ 30,000 to $ 100,000, says Mr. Depault. And in July, the company was about to open a round of financing when Hiku, which owns the DOJA pot producer, made an offer to buy. The agreement was concluded in February. Mr. Depault hopes to see more Quebeckers in the industry. "We start to feel the wave. " A QUEBECER WHO SEES BIG PHOTO ANNABELLE BLAIS When Sébastien St-Louis was younger, his idol was not a hockey player, but Alain Bouchard, the founder of Couche-Tard. "It's the biggest company in terms of sales in Canada and it [Mr. Bouchard] started with only one store in Quebec. I recognize myself a lot in this story, "he says. The 34-year-old is describing himself as an entrepreneur who seized the business opportunity of medical cannabis in 2013. His firm, Hydropothecary, based in Gatineau, is the first licensed pot producer in Quebec. Recently, the company won an agreement to supply 22,000 kg to the Quebec Cannabis Company, the SAQ subsidiary that will market the substance. With a market capitalization of $ 660,000 million for Hydropothecary, Sébastien St-Louis is sitting on a fortune of more than $ 15.4 million. But this son of teacher parents has not changed his lifestyle so much, except that he travels more. "I drove in Grand Am for 12 years. I changed to a 2012 Acura, he says. A Ferrari is not my style. " Thanks to the family It must be said that the path of the producer was fraught with difficulties and that the bankruptcy was avoided more than once. At 16, he already had his own 3D simulation company and he was investing in real estate. With a master's degree in finance from the Université du Québec à Montréal, he later worked at the Business Development Bank of Canada. In June 2013, at age 29, his friend Maxime Cyr, who worked for Health Canada, told him that the federal government would allow private producers to sell medical cannabis. Sébastien St-Louis had never seen a pot plant before, but he smelled the potential. He embarked on the project his brother-in-law Adam Miron, a political enthusiast who became involved with the Liberal Party of Canada until 2009. Unable to get finance from the banks, the two men appealed to friends and family for a first round of private funding in 2013. "With $ 10,000, we could put $ 1.5 million," he said. His parents even mortgaged their home to invest $ 100,000. "If it did not work, I went bankrupt and lost my house, but there was no longer a couch of friends I could have slept on because I would have lost money to all those I knew, "he says. Light appeared at the end of the tunnel when Health Canada authorized the company to sell medical pot in 2015. Big names on the board In 2016, he approached large families in Quebec looking for partners. Vincent Chiara, a Montreal businessman close to the Saputo family, has agreed to invest several millions in the adventure. He currently sits on the Board and his fortune in the company is valued at $ 25.5 million. Sébastien St-Louis is also very proud to say that Nathalie Bourque, who serves on Couche-Tard's Board of Directors, has joined Hydropothecary's board since the fall. The convenience store chain has already announced that it wants to sell marijuana. The boss of Hydropothecary believes that in the near future, there will remain only two or three companies that will be multinational cannabis. "I intend to be a leader from our platform in Quebec," he says. MUSIC AND POT FOR THE TRAGICALLY HIP PHOTO COURTESY DAVID BASTEDO Music and cannabis have always been closely linked. Newstrike understands it. For almost a year now, the company that markets Up Cannabis, a pot producer in Ontario, has developed a partnership with The Tragically Hip. The Canadian rock band is a shareholder in the company and is involved in important marketing decisions. Their managers, Bernie Breen and Patrick Sambrook, also sit on the company's advisory board. Up Cannabis can, for example, use the band's songs to promote its products or to name its pot varieties. It is worth $ 20.9 million "We've approached them because they can help us create a brand and they represent Canada," says Jay Wilgar, CEO of Newstrike. The latter made a fortune with a wind energy start-up he founded in the early 2000s and sold it to the French multinational GDF Suez in 2010. In 2013, he launched into cannabis by investing 1.5 million with a partner. Mr. Wilgar is worth about $ 20.9 million today. The Hips' fortune in the business is at least $ 2.2 million "We did not expect such a large and fast growth in the last year, it's amazing," he says. The strategy of Up Cannabis is to address Mr. Mrs. Everybody, like the Hips. The company will focus on the recreational and has no medical patient. MORE PROFITABLE THAN CUCUMBERS PHOTO COURTESY APHRIA For John Cervini, growing cannabis was a natural extension of his vegetable growing career in Ontario. "I am the fourth generation of farmers. For 23 years, I ran the family business with my brother, "he says. The company was growing well, but John preferred to leave because the two brothers had different visions. His friend Cole Cacciavillani, an industrial engineer in agriculture, told him about cannabis in August 2013. The company, Aphria, is one of six producers who signed an agreement to supply Quebec with cannabis through the subsidiary of the SAQ. "As a farmer, we knew we had a good base for marijuana," says Cervini. It is our specialty to grow plants, we have experience in logistics and large-scale supply, "he says. He seems to have won his bet. The best-performing stock on the Toronto Stock Exchange in 2017 was Aphria, which rose 271%. The fortune of the two founders today stands at more than $ 200 million. Thanks to Google translation http://www.journaldequebec.com/2018/03/03/au-moins-77-canadiens-millionnaires-grace-au-cannabis
Don't rent a car in Europe because it's expensive, slow and a pain-in-the-ass compared to public transport. Yeah, I get it "you don't mind long drives". I grew up road-tripping as a kid and once drove from Toronto to Ottawa for lunch so I know the feeling. However, you need to approach the trip differently when you take increased fuel costs/tolls/parking and the availability of public transport. As a general rule, driving is not a very good way to get from point A to point B in most of the itineraries that we see on travel; in France, most people will think you're insane if you say "I'm going to rent a car in Paris to go to Nice for a weekend". That's at least nine hours behind the wheel, 77 EUR in tolls and about 80 EUR in fuel instead of a direct TGV in six hours (there's a train today for 70 EUR and you can find them for as low as 20 EUR). You also don't need to rent or park the TGV upon arrival ;). All that said, buying a car in France was one of the best decisions that I made while living in Grenoble. Road trips to/in San Sebastian/Pamplona/Bordeaux, the Algarve, Barcelona, Corsica, Lake Como, Cassis/Les Calanques/Gorge du Verdun, Belgium/Luxembourg and Slovenia/Croatia were unforgettable and having a car was an amazing way to get off the (super-well-)beaten-trail. So I would highly recommend renting a car in Europe when the trip calls for it. Anyway, here are some things that I think people should think about while deciding to rent or not in Europe. Keep in mind that most of my driving experience was in France and Northern Italy. In countries without tolls the costs will obviously go down. Fuel * Right now in France you're looking at about 1.40 EUR per litre (2.20 CAD per litre, or 6 USD per gallon). At that price, it would have cost me 120 CAD to fill up my car! * Highways will have the most expensive fuel, followed by brand-name gas stations. I bought almost all my fuel at the big grocery stores (Carrefour, Casino, Leclerc and the like). Tolls * The French highway system is great, I miss the hell out of it every time I get back on a 400-series highway in Ontario * But you pay for it. Over the two years I had my car, I spent almost as much on tolls as I did on diesel. * One really rough example is Grenoble to Turin. It's under three hours but you'll rack up 16 EUR to get to the Italian border + 45 EUR for the Fréjus Tunnel + 14 EUR to get the rest of the way to Turin. Flixbus would cost 15-20 EUR. * Italy takes this a step further with ZTLs. Did you miss this sign? Now you've got a fine coming! * Some countries require you to have a sticker in order to use their highways. In Switzerland this is 40 CHF whether you use the highway for a day or a year. * Note: you can use ViaMichelin to get an idea of tolls and fuel costs Parking * If you're used to parking in wide-open lots for free then this is the stuff of nightmares. If you're parallel parking on-street in a French city then there's a very good chance that you'll be making bumper contact with the cars in front and behind you. * unless you're in the countryside you'll probably be paying (maybe out the nose) for parking. I paid 50 EUR to park for two nights in Barcelona. * Theft of belongings is a huge problem. An unscientific poll of my friends shows like 90% of them having had a window smashed and something stolen at least once Sometimes a rental is a great idea, sometimes it's an unbelievably poor one. The important thing to do is to actually evaluate your options and figure out what works best for you.
Ask yourself if you really need it? You may only need a rental for a few days in the middle of the trip, especially if doing so can help you avoid one-way drop-off fees. You certainly don't need the car because you want to be flexible during your week in Venice-Rome-Florence!
Use ViaMichelin (website or app) to get an idea of tolls. Occasionally choosing one highway over another can save you a fair amount.
Use online aggregates to find the best deal
Keep the parking situation in mind when you're planning something. AirBnB's are notorious for saying "free parking" when really they mean "you can park somewhere in the neighbourhood" that may-or-may-not be free.
Learn how to drive a manual. Even if you reserve an automatic, it's not a 100% guarantee that they'll have one when you get to the desk.
What have your experiences with rental cars been like? Have you rented a car and wished you didn't need to find parking in Amsterdam and Brussels? Or have you tried to visit a chain of far-flung villages before wishing you'd taken a rental?
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