Photo: Glass House Farms
Go all out for the highest of holidays, all week long.
Whether you’re a seasoned macrodoser or just starting to dabble with the “California sober” lifestyle, 4/20 is a reason to celebrate with the cannabis community. And there’s no better place to be baked than the emerald city of Los Angeles. While this year will still be relatively low-key in terms of big gatherings, connecting with fellow tokers, whether online or socially distanced/vaccinated, will still be an essential part of the festivities. Take part in live comedy shows, edibles cooking classes, and look to score some free greens thanks to giveaways.
Sunday, April 18
PLUS is celebrating the launch of its new limited edition hash gummies in collaboration with Italian hash purveyors Biscotti by putting on a virtual waking and baking cooking class and dance party. The hosts will be making scones with an infused orange marmalade using hash gummies and dancing to disco curated by Los Angeles DJ Masha. Bons prizes will be awarded during the virtual dance contest.
Tuesday, April 20
Glendale Sears Parking Lot
This likely isn’t your first or last time sparking one up in an abandoned parking lot at night, but this time promises to be the most communal with a drive-in screening of the uber-violent and hilarious Pineapple Express. Cheer on the antics of Danny McBride, James Franco, and Seth Rogan, whose Houseplant cannabis brand has taken America by storm, having just expanded to 17 dispensaries around California.
Tuesday, April 20
Among California’s top cultivators, Glass House Farms is hosting a two-part 4/20 celebration starting off with a fully immersive, digital cannabis greenhouse experience, featuring interactive elements and a discount Easter egg redeemable in their merch shop. Then, at an undisclosed LA location, the brand will be putting on Glass House Fest, a socially distanced live show with performances by Flying Lotus—known for his collaborations with the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Thundercat, and MF Doom—as well as Duckwrth and comedian Mike E. Winfield. The show is sold out, but you can still enter to win free tickets or join the live stream on YouTube and Twitch.
Published: April 15, 2021
Founder & Interim Editor of L.A. Cannabis News