Assembly Bill 2020 Will Allow Weed in Mike Tyson’s 2019 KMF Event

Assembly Bill 2020 Will Allow Weed in Mike Tyson's 2019 KMF Event

Questions concerning whether the smoking of marijuana will be permitted or not during the Kind Music Festival (KMF) organized by Mike Tyson’s new company is getting some light.

Interested participants in the musical event can smoke marijuana during the festivity through Assembly Bill 2020.

The law was signed by California Governor Jerry Brown. It becomes effective starting January 1, 2019.

The Assembly Bill 2020 facilitates the state of California to authorize cannabis happenings at any locale that has secured local approval.

It has been reported that Mike Tyson is establishing a new company called the Tyson Ranch.

It will be housed in a 420-acre facility located in Varner Road and Palm Drive in Desert Hot Springs, California.

Tyson’s firm will comprise a luxury “glamping” facility, an entertainment center, and a cannabis research and design area.

The new establishment will be the site of the KMF slated on February 23, 2019.

Considering the date of the musical event, the Assembly Bill 2020 will have already taken effect by then and for over a month already.

Hence, merry-makers can be confident that they can take and smoke marijuana on the KMF grounds.

The festival is supportive of the progressive position of the state of California regarding cannabis.

KMF also approves of the state’s latest medical and recreational pieces of legislation, among them the Assembly Bill 2020.

Based on a statement by the event’s publicist who was also behind the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, over 6,000 attendees are expected to take part in the KMF.

At this point, the names of the performers are scheduled to be announced by the ushering of the New Year.

The event is open to people of all ages. They will be able to smoke marijuana and drink alcohol to revel during the one-day fest.

Moreover, they can enjoy in the Fun Zone and Hang Out Area within the festival’s site.

KMF participants can relish in the food trucks, vendor village as the “Chill Ville” with 100 specialty bean bags, obstacle courses, bar area, and inflatable rides.

On Thursday morning, the KMF organizers have already sold a limited number of general admission tickets worth $55.

Part of the proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to Standing United, a non-profit organization established to help the homeless and the drug addicts.

The official availability of these tickets and the VIP tickets worth $185 will be on sale beginning January 3 at the KMF’s official website: www.kindmusicfestival.com

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