San Francisco grants first temporary sales permit days ahead of annual Golden Gate Park festival, allowing vendors to sell flower and concentrate
Marijuana will be available to purchase legally at Outside Lands this year after the festival received the green light from the San Francisco Office of Cannabis Wednesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The festival was granted the city’s first temporary sales permit just days before Outside Land kicks off August 9th at Golden Gate Park.
For attendees over 21, vendors selling legal weed at Outside Lands will be located in an area aptly dubbed “Grass Lands.” While Grass Lands launched last year, it only functioned as a “curated cannabis experience,” offering visitors the chance to smell botanical terpenes and try weed-less edibles.
With the temporary sales permit, however, attendees will be able to purchase up to seven grams of non-concentrated cannabis (i.e. plant material), and two grams of concentrates (vape oils, edibles), across all vendors. Grass Lands will reportedly feature about 12 cannabis companies this year, most of whom sell their wares on the San Francisco delivery app Eaze, which is a sponsor.
Jason Guillory, the marketing director NUG, one of the companies that will be at Grass Lands, tells Rolling Stone, [Read More @ Rolling Stone]