Denver four/20 Festival Organizers Apply to Return in 2020


Organizers of an annual celebration of cannabis culture, the Fly Hi four/20 Festival at Civic Center Park, have submitted an application to hold a third edition in the similar space on Monday April 20, 2020, according to the Denver Division of Parks and Recreation.

Parks and Rec spokesperson Cyndi Karvaski confirms that Euflora, the organizers of the Fly Hi four/20 Festival for the previous two years, has applied to hold one more festival in 2020. The festival’s web page has a countdown to subsequent year’s Fly Hi, listing Civic Center as the place.

Euflora hasn’t responded to requests for comment on its plans for the subsequent go-round, but more than a decade of four/20 celebrations at Civic Center Park — regardless of whether organized by Euflora or former four/20 Rally organizer Miguel Lopez — have led Coloradans and cannabis customers to anticipate a totally free concert and lots of un-sanctioned and undisciplined weed smoking at any four/20 occasion there. In 2019, the Fly Hi four/20 Fest brought in T.I. and Jermaine Dupri to headline the totally free show Lil Wayne, Lil Jon and the Original Wailers have been on the bill the year prior to.

Despite the fact that Euflora has applied for the date, it has not but secured the occasion permit from the city, as occasion permits are not commonly issued till a week prior to the occasion. And even if Euflora is profitable in reserving April 20, 2020, never anticipate a lot of information on the occasion quickly: In each 2019 and 2018, precise plans and lineups for Fly Hi have been not released till March.

Public cannabis use is nevertheless illegal in Colorado even though laws against it are largely unenforced on four/20, more than 100 public-consumption citations were handed out for the duration of the final two festivals combined.


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