Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne Headline Free Major Marijuana Celebration ( The Denver Annual 420 Rally on April 16, 2016 )
The Denver Annual 420 Rally, one of the largest cultural and political events dedicated to cannabis in the country, is pleased to announce that Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne will be headlining a free music festival at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver on April 16, 2016.
The event is being presented by Colorado Marijuana Company, Sweet Leaf, and MassRoots (OTCQB: MSRT), one of the largest technology platforms for cannabis consumers with more than 775,000 users.
“We could not be more excited to welcome Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa, two of the most accomplished artists in the country, to our celebration of the culture and legalization of cannabis,” stated President of the 420 Rally Non-Profit Organization Miguel Lopez. “Last year, the Denver Post estimated more than 125,000 people attended our gathering; this year, we intend to exceed that and help raise awareness of some of the most pressing political issues facing Colorado and our country as a whole.”
“On behalf of cannabis enthusiasts worldwide, I’d like to thank MassRoots and Santino Walter Productions for utilizing their networks and resources to produce the largest free cultural event in the world during the 420 holidays,” stated Lopez. “And this event would not have been possible without our licensed cannabis partners, Sweet Leaf and Colorado Marijuana Company. We cannot be more excited for these next few weeks.”
To register for free tickets and MassRoots All Access Passes, please visit 420Rally.co or any of the 6 Denver Sweat Leaf locations.
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