Muskegon to Host Frosty Boyz 420 Party: A Celebration of Cannabis and Community

February 23rd, 2024 Events & Conferences
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Muskegon is set to host a vibrant celebration of cannabis culture with the announcement of the "Frosty Boyz 420 Party," an event dedicated to cannabis appreciation on the iconic date of April 20th (4/20). Approved by the Muskegon City Commission, this gathering promises a day filled with music, food, artistic displays, and, of course, cannabis in a community-friendly atmosphere.

The festivities are scheduled to unfold on a spacious vacant lot adjacent to the Grassy Knoll dispensary, a location easily spotted from Seaway Drive at 2125 Lemuel Street. With April 20th landing on a Saturday this year, the timing couldn't be better for attendees looking to immerse themselves in the celebrations.

At the heart of the event will be a selection of nine cannabis vendors alongside a specially designed consumption lounge. This feature was highlighted in the details presented to the commission, ensuring that attendees will have the opportunity to safely enjoy cannabis products on site. Complementing the cannabis experience, the festival will also showcase a variety of artists, performers, and arts and crafts vendors, alongside an array of food trucks to cater to all tastes. It's important to note that alcohol will not be available at the venue, maintaining a focus on cannabis.

The Frosty Boyz 420 Party is being brought to life by Options Health Group, operators of The Grassy Knoll. Central to the event's layout will be a large tent housing both the consumption lounge and a stage. This area will serve as the epicenter for musical entertainment provided by the Frosty Boyz, as well as performances by seven additional artists.

Anticipation for the event is high, with organizers expecting up to 500 attendees. Admission will be strictly limited to individuals who are 21 years of age and older, ensuring a responsible and legal celebration of cannabis culture.

The term "420" has long been embedded in cannabis lore, with various stories explaining its origin. The most widely accepted narrative traces back to 1971 when a group of high school students from California would convene at 4:20 p.m. to partake in cannabis. The term "420" evolved as a discreet code among them, eventually gaining widespread recognition, especially after being popularized by High Times magazine. This story highlights the grassroots origins of the term, now celebrated annually on April 20th as a symbol of cannabis culture worldwide.

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