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The point, I think, is I really want to be on the list of VIP guests for one of the symphony/pot concerts at Space Gallery, a 4,000 square foot venue in the arts district. The building has "stunning architectural elements," "three distinct spaces" and, I hope, some of those "Everglades boat fans" to suck out all the pot smoke.
I spent much of the past week in a comfortable patio chair beneath a big umbrella, rump sinking into the thick seat cushion, a fat unlit doobie of Train Wreck marijuana clenched between two fingers of my right hand. In the other hand was my cellphone.
So the concerts at Space Gallery are back on. Weed smoking will be allowed only on what has been described as an "enclosed outdoor patio," whatever that is.
The original concert plans, however, were stomped out by Denver officials, who pointed out that marijuana legalizing Amendment 64 doesn't allow for weed to be smoked "openly or publicly."
stuffed a handful of White Rhino into his bong like instrument and fired it up, well, I'm not sure you can even call him a musician.
with this VIP and the CSO
The original plan also called for a possible world ending symphony performance and pot smoking festival at the incomparable Red Rocks Amphitheatre, but Jimmy Choo London Trainers Sale
that idea has apparently died because, officials said, "Marijuana use is technically illegal at Red Rocks . .".
Anyway, we're told the symphony concerts will have a $75 admission fee, and I immediately had the same thought many of you probably had: Seventy five bucks seems reasonable for a chance to listen to Jimmy Choo Bridal Shoes Replica a really stoned concert harpist wildly plucking the Tupac classic, "Weed Got Me Crazy."
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Then it's back inside at the Space Gallery, where the lucky VIPs will listen to what the Colorado symphony calls a "themed program of classical music." Although there could be some other music, too. (Insiders say the highlight will come midway through the Jimi Hendrix mega hit "Purple Haze" when three cellos burst into flames.)
revolution that is making marijuana part of everyday Denver life conquered another established front as the Colorado Symphony Orchestra announced a series of performances sponsored by the cannabis industry."
From a recent Post editorial: "To comply with the city's objections, the (Colorado Symphony) has agreed that 'no reservations will be accepted from the general public' and that tickets will go to 'a closed list of VIP guests' who are invited by the concert's promoter, Edible Events." That would make it legal.
(As a quick aside, I struggle to see the dude at my pot shop with the metal thing through his nose and a skateboard under his arm, bloodshot eyes glancing at my driver's license, as an "industry.")
When people stopped by, I told them I was waiting for a call from the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and a VIP invitation to one of those bring your own weed concerts in Denver that we've heard so much about.
Sadly, on the fourth day, the Home Depot security people told me I was frightening other customers, was no longer welcome in the outdoor furniture department, and couldn't come back anymore.
I'm not sure how you get on the VIP list, but I'm guessing that wearing roach clips as earrings and standing on a Denver street corner staring at a streetlight for 45 minutes would give you some kind of advantage.
The story began to unfold last month. From the April 29 Denver Post: "The cultural Jimmy Choo Shoes Winter 2016
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