Is anyone else as excited for 420 as we are? In trying to contain ourselves, here’s a list of some of the good vibes happening around the world that we’ve sussed out:
The ladies of Miss Grass are hosting an incredible 4/20 summit full of fun workshops throughout the day on everything from How Weed Works, to Weed in the Kitchen and Sex & Weed in Quarantine. Find out more here.
Plus there’s a Get Good at Weed workshop hosted by none other than cannabis-loving comedian Chelsea Handler, and a closing DJ set by the founder of Stoned Fox Media.
The summit is free, but you can also donate to support the emergency COVID-19 relief fund for Last Prisoner Project to assist the 40K people still in prison in the USA on cannabis charges.
The usual 420 National Cannabis Festival and Emerald Cup can’t take place in America this year because of coronavirus. So instead they’ve joined forces and founded the virtual High Stream Festival, benefiting coronavirus relief charities.
Join in on a full day of online workshops, demonstrations and interactive panels, as well as a full programme of musical performances including Melissa Etheridge and Portugal. The Man.
Launching on Netflix is a show hosted by singer Kelis called Cooking With Cannabis. In each episode of this reality series, 3 chefs compete to create 3 courses of elevated cannabis cuisine, through the artful use of THC infusions & CBD sauces.
An ever-changing group of celebrity dinner guests then join Kelis in judging the winner. Don’t know about you, but we’ve already got the munchies just thinking about it…
Nightmares On Wax just released the 25th-anniversary edition of its classic LP, Smokers Delight. They’ve been hosting live streams on IGTV on their now-cancelled tour dates, with a special 420 performance. Check out their profile @nightmaresonwax at 9pm to catch the show.
We’re offering a 50% discount off of all of our Good Vibes products, including the beautiful Liv Grinder, Otto Mill & Fill, Banker bags and Burn Allumer pipe.
Click here to get your hands on them before they disappear in a cloud of, ahem, smoke.