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This time last year, the COVID pandemic was heating up and public events were rapidly issuing cancellations. The usual bevy of dispensary sales, rallies, concerts, and hazy gatherings that typically take place around the world on April 20th went online instead, with cannabis consumers connecting digitally rather than filling parks to puff-puff-pass.
Like so many things, from the pandemic response to marijuana legalization, it depends on where you live. Large gatherings are still verboten in many places, even if they're outdoors.
The San Francisco Police Department tweeted the day prior "take the high road this year and celebrate with your buds next year. The city's parks and recreation department put up fences around Robin Williams Meadow to discourage would-be revelers, and also hopped on Twitter to remind disappointed stoners that "those celebrating at home can access free comedy, music, and more at hippiehill. Meanwhile in Chicago, which lacks San Francisco's long, colorful history of drug culture — and where cannabis was only recently legalized — there are still some hopes that smaller, more subdued gatherings might still take place.
Some local business owners are planning chill game nightspop-up shops, movie nights, and patio hangouts. It's also a chance for marketing, PR, and destigmatization in a state where the cannabis industry is just a year old, and is still trying to establish itself. Dispensaries in Massachusetts, for exampleare offering educational information, live music, and treats from food trucks in hopes of connecting with customers. Private cannabis consumption lounges have more of a party atmosphere in mind, with live music and t-rolling showcases planned.
For those still concerned about gathering in crowds, or who don't yet live in a legal state, an online version of the annual Spliff Film Festival will be running through Sunday, April Leaders in Vancouver, Canada have announced no official events will be taking place, and have expressed concern that revelers may try to show up at Sunset Beach, an annual gathering spot, despite warnings about the continued risk of congregating in large crowds.
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