Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Green Stock Music Fest in field surrounded by woods off Shreveport's Greenwood Rd on Ap 20, 21, 22, dedicated to decriminalization of marijuana

Green Stock Fest, Shreveport by trudeau
Green Stock Fest, Shreveport, a photo by trudeau on Flickr.

Green Stock Music Festival is a three day outdoor fest featuring top regional bands, says Kenneth LaBorde. Inspiration for the fest comes from a fervent desire to see marijuana decriminalized, says the professional musician.

Musical acts performing over the 3-day fest will be announced soon. But with Nashville singer-songwriter Vernon Rust committed on the Green Stock FB page, it is apparent that the line-up will be heavy.

It will be held in a field surrounded by woods adjacent to a motorcycle shop called The Leather Shack, 5544 Greenwood Road (between Monkhouse and Pines Rd), Shreveport, on April 20, 21 and 22.

It will also be streamed across the globe via Livestream, says the producer.

Green Stock Music Festival advocates the decriminalization of marijuana for responsible adults, legal access to medical marijuana for patients who could be benefited by cannabis, and legal domestic hemp production.

Tickets are $10 per day or $25 for all weekend. You must be 18 or over to attend, proper ID required for entry to the festival.

Get your tickets now:

Proceeds from the festival will be donated to Catholic Charities U.S.A

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