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Denver is a city in Colorado, in the United States.


In 2014, the Colorado Symphony announced a series of concerts ("Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series") sponsored by the local marijuana industry.[1] However, city officials asked the Symphony to cancel the performances, "or risk violating state and city laws barring public pot smoking and consumption of edible marijuana".[2][3] In response, the orchestra removed information about the series from their website and made it "invitation only".[4]


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Additional Resources


  1. Colorado Symphony, cannabis industry, find harmony with concert series by Ray Mark Rinaldi (April 29, 2014), The Denver Post
  2. Denver asks Colorado Symphony to call off bring-your-own-pot concerts by Jon Murray and Ray Mark Rinaldi (May 8, 2014), The Denver Post
  3. Colorado: Denver Warns Symphony To Cancel Bring-Your-Own-Marijuana Concert by Steve Elliott (May 9, 2014), Hemp News (Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp)
  4. Colorado Symphony tries to address Denver's marijuana concerns over 'Classically Cannabis' concerts by Brian Hernandez (May 13, 2014), ABC7 News
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 A list of Colorado recreational marijuana stores open on Jan. 1 by Tom McGhee and John Ingold (December 27, 2013), The Denver Post