Here is something you can’t understand… how major hip-hop icons can just play for free!
While there will no shortage of chances to meet Dr. Greenthumb this 4/20 in Vancouver, especially if you head down to the Sunset Beach’s protest, there will be only one chance to see stoner-rap royalty Cypress Hill for free on April 20.
- Henry Rollins wants corporate cannabis to do some actual good in the world
- Meet one of the people making $50/hr evaluating cannabis in Canada
- Canadian woman develops tasty DIY cannabis gummy-kit
That’s right, you can take Hits From the Bong while watching the iconic groups of rappers on stage this year.
According to the band’s website, B-Real, Sen Dog, and DJ Muggs formed Cypress Hill in 1988. The group created a fusion of Latin culture, hip-hop and rock music, and lyrical imagery borrowed from their favourite plant, cannabis.
Their release of Cypress Hill in 1991 made history as “the first Latino American hip-hop recording group to go platinum.”
Since then, the group has released a total of nine studio albums, and added Eric “Bobo” Correa to their touring lineup as a drummer and percussionist. The Vancouver 4/20 precedes the group’s worldwide tour that will kick off in California before heading to Germany, Finland, Russia, and numerous other countries.
PLEASE SHARE: We are highly excited to announce our special #420Vancouver music guests, the legendary @CypressHill! Sunset Beach. April 20. Free show. Free weed. Free people! #cannabis #activism #Vancouver #marijuana #protest #vanpot #cdnpoli #music #CypressHill #hiphop pic.twitter.com/RsBGSGAFGo
— 420 Vancouver (@420Vancouver_) April 9, 2019
No information is out as of yet about the time of the performance. But rest assured, we’ll be checking each and every Tequila Sunrise to let you know as soon as the info has been released.
Cypress Hill 4/20 Vancouver show
Where: Sunset Beach Park, 1204 Beach Ave
When: April 20