Symphony Signs Pot Partner
Well, here's something you don't see every day. Ideal 420 Soil, a company that sells cultivation products to marijuana growers is the presenting sponsor of the Colorado Symphony's new "Classically Cannabis: High Note Series." While controlled substances and symphonies may seem like strange bedfellows, Colorado Symphony executive director Jerry Kern tells the Denver Post that he hopes the sponsorship deal "will help the orchestra reach beyond its conservative, fine arts demographic." Recreational marijuana sales have been legal in the state since the beginning of the year, but the Colorado Symphony website adds the disclaimer that this event is "strictly BYOC."
From the Colorado Symphony website:
Experience the Colorado Symphony in a brand new way… with Part 1 of our summer concert series. Join us as we travel along the Pan American Highway with stops for chimchurri, arepas & the best salty roasted jalapenos you've ever had. Wash it all down with a Negra Modelo, Pacifico, or a sea salt limeade. Sweet tooth? Little Man Ice Cream & Aiko Pops have custom flavors for the evening and the sounds of a Colorado Symphony chamber ensemble performing in a casual setting while you eat, drink and mingle. Enjoy the outdoor patio & gardens. Price of reservation includes food, beverage, and entertainment. Dress to impress for an art gallery setting, NO costumes or thematic clothing is required. This is a cannabis-friendly event being held on private property. But cannabis will NOT be sold at this event; it's strictly BYOC (bring your own cannabis). Please view disclaimer below. Be sure to get your tickets early!
- Hosted Bar
- Hors d’oeuvres
- Performance by the Colorado Symphony
Parking: Due to the nature of the event, we encourage alternative modes of transportation.
Please note that no one under 21 years of age will be admitted to this event. Please bring a valid ID.
*TICKETS GO ON SALE SOON*