Weed, Music & Tacos: Redman and Ky-Mani Marley Light Up City Hall This Friday

It ain't easy being a weed icon. Okay, maybe it is. In the spirit of stoner celebs making regular stops in the Mile High City, Redman and Ky-Mani Marley will be performing at City Hall for the Three A Light growers' manual book release this Friday, November 20. Illegal Pete's will be serving free tacos for concert-goers, and Denver's own DJ Musa will open the show, all part of this multimedia celebration of the marijuana industry and the DIY spirit of the marijuana-curious. 

Three A Light, written by Joshua Haupt, is an acclaimed growers' manual (or bud bible, if you will) that focuses on indoor growing, explaining the secret to planting success in nine steps. The book urges growers to come out of the closet — well, the plants can stay in the closet — and look at indoor marijuana cultivation as a science rather than a hobby.

Redman has been a regular visitor to Denver and a participant in the industry, as he has performed the past three years on April 20. The bill also includes Ky-Mani Marley, the reggae and dancehall artist (and Bob's son) who released his sixth full-length, Maestro, earlier this year.

The party is open to those 21 and up. Local companies sponsoring the show include Illegal Pete's, High Times, the Green Solution, Flo 107.1, MassRoots and WeedMaps. Free weed is illegal and not included in the ticket price, but we imagine the night will not be lacking in smoky good vibes.

See photos of Redman's performance at the Cervs Block Party on April 20, plus buy tickets to tomorrow's show. 

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