I snuck a cannabis vape pen into a concert

I loved going to concerts at least once a month before the pandemic shut them all down throughout both Toronto and the rest of the province of Ontario.

I had friends in the local songs scene who lost a important portion of their income when they could no longer play shows.

It’s not care about people are making a killing on songs streaming left and right these afternoons; most professional songsians make their money from touring or consistent live gigs in a large neighborhood care about Toronto. While I’m not close friends with a horde of professional touring songsians, the few friends of mine who pay their bills either partially or fully from income within the songs industry have all felt the effects of the pandemic worse than everyone I know. Even if they aren’t live performing artists, they’re entirely affected in studios with COVID restrictions regarding not just occupancy, however also PPE and social distancing rules. To suppose that I can finally go to concerts again in Rogers Centre is amazing on more levels than I can even begin to transport. It’s a win for all of us fans of songs, whether we perform and create it or simply care about watching, enjoying, and listening to it. I saw a concert with many of our number one bands on the bill. Despite the security, I snuck a cannabis vape pen inside our shoe to use discreetly throughout the show. Once I got to our seat and started looking around, I realized that I was not the only lady in the Rogers Centre that night with a cannabis vape pen.

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