Citizens are to ‘roll a fatty’ and get stoned at home on 4/20, by order of Denver’s government

Are you desperate enough to take music advice from your city government?

Denver Police officers on duty April 20 in Civic Center Park, standing where in recent years crowds filled the park to celebrate all things weed on 4/20. (Hart Van Denburg/CPR News)

Denver Police officers on duty April 20 in Civic Center Park, standing where in recent years crowds filled the park to celebrate all things weed on 4/20. (Hart Van Denburg/CPR News)

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Elected officials want people to stay home to curb the spread of COVID-19, even though today is 4/20, the annual celebration of cannabis.

So the government is asking you nicely to get stoned in the comfort of your home, not out in public.

The city government has put together a “Stoned at Home” video playlist made up of live sets from Red Rocks and Levitt Pavillion:

There’s not a whole lot else to say here. Guess you’re supposed to get high and listen to music by orders of the government.

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