No pot at Limon's Prairie Music Fest


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It’s never 4/20 in Lincoln County, which is something to bear in mind if you’re heading toward Limon for this weekend’s Colorado Prairie Music Festival. Event promoters have just reminded us that the county has a zero tolerance policy for smoking pot at public events.

But what, you may ask, about bullhorns, hoverboards, and drones? Thanks to the miracle of cut-and-paste, here’s the full list of what to leave home:
• All beverages (including alcohol), with the exception of factory-sealed plastic water bottles
• Marijuana (all forms)
• Smoking paraphernalia, including e-cigarettes and vape pens
• Glass containers of any kind
• Any container of liquid other than factory-sealed plastic water bottles
• Hydration packs
• Cameras
• Lawn chairs or high-profile lawn chairs that extend higher than 37” from the ground to the top of the chair
• Blankets, tarps, etc. larger than 3’ x 5’
• Large umbrellas, free standing umbrellas, personal canopies, tents of any size
• Wagons, push carts and rolling coolers
• Pets, with the exception of documented service animals
• Bicycles, in-line skates, skateboards, scooters, hoverboards
• Weapons, or items that may be construed as weapons (knives, pepper spray, water pistols, stun guns, concealed weapons, firearms, etc.)
• Drones or remote controlled flying devices
• Fireworks, candles, or barbecues
• Laser pointers
• Controlled or illegal substances
• Tents and banners
• Bullhorns and noisemakers
• Confetti
YOU MAY BRING CHAIRS AND BLANKETS. Please be courteous to our local community and don't drink and drive!!!! Our law enforcement will be out helping us with traffic control and the local hospital will provide free shuttles to your hotel after the concert if needed. 

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