The San Francisco event will be the first of its kind in the U.S. to embrace marijuana with education programs and sales via off-site delivery.
San Francisco's Outside Lands music festival will add a new experience to its lineup this year -- getting high. Or learning about it, at least. While cannibis at music festivals is no new concept, with recreational marijuana now legal in California, this year the Bay Area event is looking to make the relationship official and provide festivalgoers some education on the subject as well.
Taking place Aug. 10-12, alongside featured performances from The Weeknd, Future, Beck, Portugal. The Man, Florence + The Machine, DJ Snake and more, the festival will present Grass Lands, described in announcement as "a new area focused on the celebration, education, and integration of cannabis products into daily life."
The experiential addition will join the Wine Lands, Beer Lands, Cocktail Magic and a massive lineup of gourmet food stands. It will be the first time a major American music festival includes a cannabis experience.