North Eastern cannabis enthusiasts will have the opportunity to attend Weedstock Cannabis Community Festival this year. Taking place at the Firebase Lloyd in Townsend, Delaware, this cannabis festival is bound to be an amazing time. It is a two-day festival starting on September 17th and ending on the 18th. This festival will include live music, food trucks and vendors. Furthermore, attendees will have the option to camp overnight.
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A Weekend Full of Live Music, Great Food, and Cannabis Activism
Weedstock will feature local talent, DJs, bands, and so much more. For example, this festival will have special ceremonies at 4:20 and 7:10. Additionally, comedians and cannabis activists will take the stage to entertain and inform. Furthermore, tickets are available online and at the festival grounds on the day of.
This festival will promote cannabis legalization while offering entertainment and amazing food. With cannabis activism as the focus of each conversation, Weedstock will look to place cannabis legalization in Delaware’s spotlight. Further, according to Laura Sharer, director of Delaware NORML, “Weedstock has always been a party for progress, an annual festival to celebrate our community, and we’re proud to support the event. Each year we help attendees take action on Delaware’s legalization bill and spark up cannabis reform.”
Weedstock Will Place Cannabis Legalization In The Spotlight
The primary purpose of this event is to indeed raise awareness about marijuana legalization in Delaware. After a delay on the vote to legalize cannabis in June, many Delawarians are seeking progress. Weedstock seeks to start conversations about legalizing cannabis in this state. In addition, Delaware’s National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws has been the lead sponsor of the festival since it’s start in 2017. Many other cannabis organizations are part of this event as well.
NORML is a national organization of activists working to reform cannabis laws throughout the U.S. Additionally, this organization will be present at Weedstock, according to Laura Sharer, the executive director of Delaware’s NORML. In an interview with phillyvoice.com, she said “This is a place where cannabis advocates and supporters can safely join together for networking, fellowship, and fun.”