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Denver’s Mile High 420 Festival to institute age restrictions in 2023

Related Articles An event in Denver celebrating cannabis culture will limit the age of festival-goers to 21 and older next year after parents complained, citing concerns about youth exposure to weed. The Mile High 420 Festival, set for Wednesday in Denver’s Civic Center park, is billed as “the largest 420 festival in the world.” With […]

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Denver 420 guide: How to celebrate legal cannabis in 2022 with music, comedy and more

Some of this spring’s greenest sprouts belong to 420 parties, which herald the return of public cannabis culture in a way not seen since early 2019. Here’s a handy guide to the biggest concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre and Civic Center, as well as comedy and fashion shows.

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420 in Denver: 5 things to know about smoking weed in Colorado

A lot of people will be smoking marijuana at this weekend’s 420 events, but these are the things to consider before lighting up.

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Celebrating 4/20 this year? Check out these events, deals around Denver for the annual pot holiday.

Heads up, Denver, because 4/20 is on a Saturday this year. Want to celebrate? Here are some pot events going on around Denver.

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PHOTOS: Mile High 420 Festival at Civic Center Park in Denver

This year, the cannabis industry has taken control of the annual 4/20 event in Denver’s Civic Center Park for the first time- organized by Euflora, a growing chain of dispensaries that started on the 16th Street Mall. For the free event that’s now called the Mile High 420 Festival, Euflora officials promise a more professionally run event. Performers will include Lil Wayne, Lil Jon and the Original Wailers.

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Less politics, more commercial touches: Changes, big and small, evident at Denver’s 4/20 festival as marijuana industry takes control of event

Despite 364 days of chaos — a rumpus over rubbish, a mad dash for permits and, ultimately, a change in organizers — a cloud of marijuana smoke rose again over Denver’s Civic Center Park at 4:20 p.m. on Friday, the now-ritual marking of the city’s annual 4/20 cannabis festival.

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Denver’s 4/20 organizer appeals three-year ban imposed after trash, noise, health complaints

The organizer of Denver’s 4/20 rally in Civic Center filed an appeal on Friday of the city’s three-year ban, which was imposed after complaints about noise, trash, security, health and other issues.

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Op-ed from Colo. Springs: “Goodbye and good riddance to the annual 4/20 pot party in downtown Denver”

City and county officials have shut Denver’s 4/20 organizers down, “showing authorities throughout the country they need not tolerate mass displays of mayhem wrapped in the First Amendment.”

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Denver 4/20 rally organizers receive 3-year ban after event left Civic Center Park trashed

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration banned the organizer of this year’s 4/20 rally from hosting the event for three years citing a series of violations at the marijuana celebration.

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Videos from Civic Center show park was left a mess overnight after 4/20 event

Videos recorded by city security cameras in Civic Center show cleanup activities following the large 4/20 celebration Thursday left plenty of trash — and it was still there Friday morning.

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