Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series
Classically Cannabis marks a new partnership between the Colorado Symphony and the industry that supports legal cannabis in Colorado, which is expected to contribute more than $67 million in tax revenue to the State of Colorado in 2014.
Classically Cannabis launched with three private fundraising events on May 23, July 18, and August 15, 2014. Events featured musical performances from Colorado Symphony chamber ensembles as well as food and beverages.
Please stay tuned for more information regarding future Classically Cannabis events.
Curated by Edible Events Co., all Classically Cannabis events are private events and are available by invitation only. No reservations or requests for invitations to the events will be accepted from the general public. No one will be admitted that is not on the guest list. Attendees must show proof of age and be age 21 and up.
Attendees of the event must be at least 21 years of age and must read and agree to the Event Disclaimer. The purchaser, holder and/or user of this reservation acknowledges that this event is being held on private property and, only individuals with paid reservations may enter. Participant understands that attendees may use marijuana at this event, as is their right under Colorado law. Cannabis will not be sold at the event, however, and the price of the reservation is entirely unrelated to whether one chooses to use cannabis or not. Those who choose to use cannabis assume any and all risk associated with such use. Information about the health effects of marijuana are available on the State of Colorado website here. Participants are advised that it remains illegal under Colorado law to drive while under the influence of marijuana. Participant hereby agrees to release, hold harmless, and indemnify the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and their owners, partners, employees, directors, officers, agents, affiliates and related entities from any and all claims by or on behalf of Participant arising directly or indirectly out of Participant’s use of THC and premises. This release includes claims and liabilities arising from any cause whatsoever, including, but not limited to, negligence on the part of CSO. This release is effective on the date Participant purchases the event reservation.