The place that hosts cannabis will be called Dean Ween Honeypot Lounge.
Ween guitarist Dean Ween has presented plans to establish a friendly music venue for weeds in Denver. According to the Denver Post, the proposal was announced at a city meeting on Monday by the operations director of the possible local, Michael polansky.
The place, which will be called Dean Ween's Honeypot Lounge, will be located near Coors Field and will house music, comedy and film-related events. Dean Ween, who lives in Philadelphia, would act as director of entertainment and act in several incarnations. The former road manager Phish Brad Sands, also found in the board of the proposed place.
"I think that cannabis and music make total, total sense together," Polansky said. Submit. "We believe we can offer a unique type of music experience for Denver and the world."
During the day, the place would act as a consumer site with educational and wellness programs, before the transition to the first place of social consumption music in the nation.
According to Westword, the place would be located in the Circus Collective, an alternative physical training and training center, and will be open from Thursday to Sunday.
To establish the Honeypot Room, operators must apply for a social consumer license that, according to the law of the state of Colorado, would prohibit them from selling alcohol. The public would also have to bring their own products, probably vapeos and edibles, since the companies of social consumption can not sell THC products.
Currently, Colorado only has one social consumption site, which is a cafeteria that connects to a dispensary.