Cannabition cannabis museum, an immersive cannabis-themed experience opening in September, joins dozens of downtown venues in a ‘420 Hunt’ aimed at celebrating the first anniversary of recreational cannabis sales in Nevada.
Neonopolis’ newest edition, Cannabition Immersive Cannabis Museum, will be celebrating the first anniversary of recreational marijuana sales with a live art installation right on Las Vegas Boulevard. Well-known local artists, Gear Duran will be helping Cannabition make it’s literal mark on the Fremont Street Experience at the venue’s location in the heart of Neonopolis.
In addition to a live art installation on Las Vegas Boulevard, artists will also be wrapping the Fourth Street ticket booth and installing a sculpture on the second floor of Neonopolis. While Cannabition isn’t opening until September, the venue also hosted a Downtown Las Vegas-wide scavenger hunt from July 1st to the 10th in celebration of the first year of growth and culture after recreational marijuana legalization.
In addition to giving participants the opportunity to win prizes worth up to $100, the 420-themed Scavenger Hunt highlighted the sights, tastes, sounds, and experiences that abound while exploring Fremont Street and the Downtown area.
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Cannabition’s 420 Hunt launched onsite at Neonopolis on July 1st at 4:20 p.m. and coincided with the venue’s the first live art installation by local artists Gear Duran and Heather Hermann.
Cannabition is an immersive cannabis-themed museum will celebrate education, art, and culture through a series of interactive, instagrammable exhibits designed to create a ‘true marijuana experience’. The museum, which will officially open the same weekend as the Life is Beautiful Festival, enjoys strong local support and has even garnered national attention for the 23ft ‘Bongzilla’ that will be featured as a cornerstone exhibit.
America’s adult-use legal cannabis market is projected to generate more than $622 million by 2020, with more than $304 million dollars made in recreational marijuana sales in less than 12 months of legal sales and more than $30 million in revenue for the state.
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