RIVERSIDE CO., CA – The Loud Lands Cannabis Festival is set to be the first-ever legally permitted cannabis-consumption event in Riverside County, according to The Press Enterprise.
The festival, which will take place on April 16th at the Southern California Fair and Event Center in Perris, will allow those 21 and over to consume cannabis in most forms. Although California law forbids the use of cannabis in public, Loud Lands obtained special permits from the state and county to allow cannabis to be consumed at the event.
In addition to the various cannabis products being available for purchase, the event will feature music, artwork, food, and rides. Joshua Naggar, the festival’s organizer, hopes the cannabis culture event will be a safe alternative to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which is slated for the same weekend.
“We hope it is safe, successful and just beautiful,” said Naggar, “People should get out of it the power of Riverside County. We are artistic. We are entrepreneurial.”
Naggar also said the festival has a plan in place to prevent impaired attendees from driving home from the event. Alcohol and tobacco are prohibited from the festival and cannabis will be distributed in mild, single-use quantities.
The festival will run from 11 a.m. to midnight and will discontinue serving cannabis at 10 p.m. Festival-goers are encouraged to use designated drivers and rideshare services to get home safely.
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