Top 5 Entertainment Moments of the Week

LOUISVILLE SAYS A PAINFUL GOODBYE TO MUHAMMAD ALI

The boxing legend passed away over a week ago, and his funeral was this past Friday, June 10th in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. 18,000 tickets were claimed for the service within half an hour, and each of those ticketholders will line the streets for the funeral procession. The procession will include sites such as the Ali Center, the Center for African American Heritage and Muhammad Ali Boulevard. Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee, and never forget this dearly missed legend.

 

COACHELLA TICKETS ON SALE FOR NEXT YEAR

Make sure you aren’t busy during next April and make way for Coachella 2017. Less than two months after this year’s Coachella festival and with a line-up that is TBD, Coachella tickets were on sale as of June 8th at 11 a.m. So what’s the benefit of buying so early? Besides securing a spot and picking out your flower crown extra early, this is the only time buyers can take advantage of the payment plan. Which would allow you to pay in seven increments starting the day of purchase. Although they’re sold out now, plenty of tickets will be available in January.

 

SNAPCHAT GETS A MAKEOVER

Have you ever actually gone through the Discover feed on Snapchat? Do you even know what it is? Snapchat’s new look makes ignoring the daily updates from companies and news outlets such as Daily Mail, Cosmopolitan, and People near impossible. With that being said, Snapchat’s new look does feature more comprehensible icons to help you navigate and a different look to the story page. While many people seem to dislike the new update, Snapchat claims that they changed the app to make it more user-friendly.

 

YELLOW SPRINGS STREET FESTIVAL

The Yellow Springs Street Fair happened this Saturday featuring over 200 arts, crafts and food vendors. The festival featured music acts such as Gin-Soaked Angels, Jojo Stella and Drew Allen DUO. People gathered from all around Ohio to walk the streets of Yellow Springs, eat good food, shop from local artists, listen to music and drink beer. Some attendees even took advantage of the nice and hot weather by riding their bikes to the festival and using the complimentary and encouraging bike valet service upon arrival.

 

TINDER CHANGES ALLOWED AGE TO ADULT ONLY

Tinder has always allowed minors from ages 13 to 17 to use their app, only allowing them to “match” with others in their age range. Unfortunately for people under the age of 18, Tinder has decided not to deal with the liability of matching up minors. Though many middle and high schoolers will probably be disappointed with this change, it is probably the best option moving forward. Try actually talking to your peers, kids.