Colorado Symphony cannabis concerts will go on, by invitation only

By: Denver Post
May 13, 2014 Updated: May 13, 2014 at 4:25 pm
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photo - DENVER, CO--  Colorado Symphony Orchestra during rehearsal at Boettcher Concert Hall Thursday morning.  Andy Cross, The Denver Post
DENVER, CO-- Colorado Symphony Orchestra during rehearsal at Boettcher Concert Hall Thursday morning. Andy Cross, The Denver Post 

The Colorado Symphony Orchestra will go on with its "Classically Cannabis" concert series changing the bring-your-own marijuana events to invitation-only fundraisers so they will not be construed as public events that could potentially break the law.

The CSO stopped selling tickets to the high-profile series Monday in response to a letter from the City of Denver warning that the events could run afoul of regulations forbidding marijuana consumption "openly and publicly in a manner that endangers others."

Instead, concerts will now be open only to "a closed list of VIP guests" managed by the concert's promoter Edible Events, according to a carefully worded statement from the CSO.

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Colorado Symphony cannabis concerts will go on, by invitation only

By: Denver Post
Updated: May 13, 2014 at 4:25 pm

The Colorado Symphony Orchestra will go on with its "Classically Cannabis" concert series changing the bring-your-own marijuana events to invitation-only fundraisers so they will not be construed as public events that could potentially break the law. The CSO stopped selling tickets to the...

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