PHOTOS: Flying Lotus performs at the Secret Glass House Farms 420 event


Held at a secret location in Los Angeles and featuring the Los Angeles Flying Lotus as the headliner, cannabis flower brand Glass House Farms hosted the 420 event. The concert was one of the first concerts “post-pandemic” to take place in Los Angeles and also included a live stream of those riding home. With short and few show invites, the socially distanced event also included drug sets from Duckwrth, Blackillac and actor Mike E. Winfield, known for his work in NBC’s Office. COVID protocols and precautions were strictly enforced. No mask, no music.

In addition to hosting the mini-festival, Glass House Farms launched its Virtual Farm Experience on the same day, which gave cannabis fans a peek inside the brand’s greenhouse to take a closer look at three of their popular varieties and ends with an immersive audiovisual. environment.

Flying Lotus just released a new double monkey”Black gold”ft. Thundercat and “between memoriesft. Niiki Randa, from the next netflix animated series, Yasuke, outside 04/29. Stream the tracks here.

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Flying Lotus at the Glass House Fest
PHOTOS: Flying Lotus performs at the Secret Glass House Farms 420 event
Mike Winfield at the Glass House Fest
PHOTOS: Flying Lotus performs at the Secret Glass House Farms 420 event
Blackillac at the Glass House Fest
PHOTOS: Flying Lotus performs at the Secret Glass House Farms 420 event
Duckwrth at the Glass House Fest
PHOTOS: Flying Lotus performs at the Secret Glass House Farms 420 event
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