10 ways to celebrate 4/20 in Colorado, including free food, virtual events and more

Denver Post

Denver’s signature stoner event, FlyHi 420 Festival, has been cancelled for a second year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there are still plenty of ways to get lit on April 20. Here are 10 events, deals and ideas to spark inspiration for the cannabis-friendly holiday. Grab mobile munchies Brands Veritas Fine Cannabis, Olio and Cookies are teaming up with food trucks around Colorado to offer enthusiasts a complementary pairing to their marijuana buzz. When customers purchase any products from the aforementioned companies at participating dispensaries, they’ll receive a voucher for a free food truck meal. Food trucks will be stationed in the parking lots of 20 dispensaries in Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Trinidad and Vail, and will begin serving at either 11 a.m. or 4 p.m. depending on the location. Visit Veritas on Facebook for a full list of venues and food providers. Binge a podcast about Colorado cannabis If you’re looking for more of a cerebral celebration, dive into two riveting podcasts about marijuana in the country’s first legal market. On Something, produced by Colorado Public Radio and PRX, takes a look at life after legalization in the Centennial State — for better and for worse. On April 20, the podcast will drop a trailer for its latest season, slated for a May 11 debut, but there are two excellent seasons just waiting to be binged on your favorite podcast app. The Syndicate explores one of the biggest illegal marijuana operations in the state. Hosted by Denver journalist Chris Walker, the podcast takes listeners on skydiving planes filled with weed and into the backrooms of a grow warehouse where loopholes in Colorado laws led to the rise and fall of a local smuggling ring. Snap a pic at the Marijuana Mansion The Marijuana Mansion in Denver’s Cap…

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