Boulder, Colorado, September 21th, 2016 — This Friday, at 4 pm, Longmont Oktoberfest headliner, The Wailers—the world’s legendary reggae band—will be making a special appearance and getting a tour of The Farm, Boulder’s recreational dispensary, which produces some of the finest craft cannabis in Colorado.
Reggae culture has long been synonymous with peace, “one love”—and cannabis. The songs of reggae’s most transcendental icons, Bob Marley and the Wailers, have become graceful hymns of the social consciousness movement they brought to the limelight during their tenure. Today, the world’s premier reggae and world-music group, The Wailers, continue to spread the positive vibrations of Marley’s musical legacy through live performances around the world. The Wailers will be jamming live this Friday at 8:30pm in Roosevelt Park in Longmont.
Prior to their show, The Farm will be rolling out their own brand of natural mystic and treating The Wailers to some old-fashioned customer service at their recreational dispensary in Boulder. They’ll lively up The Wailers with some of the most delicious craft cannabis strains and marijuana products available in Colorado. Customers will even have a short opportunity to get autographs from these world-renowned reggae musicians.
Oktoberfest 2016, presented by Left Hand Brewing Company, will feature twelve live bands including The Wailers. Ten local breweries will be on tap including Left Hand, Oskar Blues, Pumphouse Brewery, 300 Suns, Grossen Bart, Long’s Peak Tap House, Shoes & Brews, Skeye Brewing, and Wibby Brewing – the biggest beer fest yet! Longmont Oktoberfest will offer fresh fare, live music, and German themed fun & festivities for all ages.
For The Farm Recreational Dispensary and Left Hand Brewing Company, contributing positively to the communities that they call home has always been the backbone of their core values. The two companies, leaders in their crafts of producing some of the best cannabis and finest ales, respectively, have teamed up for this event to support two local non-profit organizations—Left Hand Brewing Foundation & Habitat for Humanity.