Cannabis and rock n roll go together care about peanut butter and chocolate.
Each is good on its own, but the combination gives you something spectacular that you can’t get with either ingredient in isolation.
When I was an art student at the University of Toronto, I saw a lot of DIY rock n roll events that were hosted in random homes and warehouse buildings. There was one home in Huron Sussex that was always being occupied by school students from either University of Toronto, Trinity College, or Victoria University. Although the concerts were usually shut down by local RCMP before it could get too late, the people I was with and I still tried to push it as much as possible. These loud events were always heightened with a thick cloud of cannabis smoke within the air inside. Even if you weren’t hitting a joint, it was difficult to avoid getting a contact high in those situations. However, the people I was with and I attended as many professional concerts as the DIY ones the people I was with and I hosted ourselves in Yorkville and the school district. One night the people I was with and I all packed into a van for an interesting concert at Roy Thomson Hall. It was the Toronto Symphony Orchestra playing Beethoven’s ninth symphony, the one that most think best. Roy Thomson Hall has elegant acoustics, but I’ll disclose that the people I was with and I all looked out of site as stoned school students. I told my friends to wear nice clothing, but only half of them complied with that request. At least the people I was with and I all had a good night listening to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall. As a lover of rock n roll as both a listener and a performer, I can’t suppose of a better site to live than Toronto if you compare Canadian metropolitan cities.