Weed-friendly concert halls? It was just a matter of time.
A little over a month after the start of the Great Canadian Legalized Pot Experiment and everything seems to be completely under control. Other than the delays caused by the Canada Post strike – damn it, where are my CBD capsules? – society has not collapsed in a haze of freezing madness.
Canada is not the first jurisdiction to relax weed control. Colorado has beaten us by a few years, so it’s no surprise the state has a few things to teach us.
Ween’s Dean Ween plans to take advantage of Colorado’s weed laws by opening a weed-friendly concert hall in Denver – wait April 20, 2019.
The Denver Post reports that the place will be called Dean Ween’s Honeypot Lounge and will also offer comedy shows as well as music. No location has yet been finalized, but principles would have it near Coors Field.
One problem: Colorado laws don’t allow what’s called “cross-fading,” which means the ability of one place to sell both alcohol and cannabis products. The only possible workaround is to offer vaping and edibles. And nothing can contain THC either. In other words, it will be like every other concert hall in the world if you want to get high: bring your own.
Always progress. Law?