The annual, but unofficial, cannabis holiday is rapidly approaching
4/20 is just around the corner and all marijuana enthusiasts are looking for the best possible way to celebrate it properly. Even though the iconic Denver event, FlyHi 420 Festival, was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still plenty of other options for this large community to take advantage of.
For starters, Veritas Fine Cannabis, Olio and Cookies have taken it upon themselves to innovate, and have teamed up with food trucks in Colorado to make a complementary marijuana combination for all the hungry enthusiasts to enjoy. With the purchase of any of the aforementioned products, customers will receive a free meal in a food truck.
For podcast lovers, there is no problem because they will also be indulged. “On Something,” produced by Colorado Public Radio and PRX, and “The Syndicate” hosted by Denver journalist Chris Walker will be two great podcasts to tune into. They will delve into important marijuana topics, from life after legalization to the state’s largest illegal marijuana operations.
Those who enjoy smoking marijuana with music will be able to do so through the collaboration of Nathaniel Rateliff and Willie Nelson, who will host a nine-day virtual convention featuring panel discussions, musical collaborations, comedy and more. You can participate starting April 20 and tickets cost between $10 and $500, depending on the amount you wish to donate to HeadCount’s Cannabis Voter Project.
For those of you who want to celebrate the day from the comfort of your home, you can do so by watching the premiere of the new version of Chopped, Food Network’s high-energy cooking competition, called Chopped 420. The main idea of the show is to challenge different chefs to include cannabis in their recipes in order to win $10,000.
Undoubtedly, there is no way not to celebrate this day, and several options are on the table for the delight of all those who have this date very much engraved in their minds.