In Oklahoma City, a prominent cultivator has unveiled a new campaign aimed at promoting cannabis and music simultaneously.
On Wednesday, Stability Cannabis announced that it would be presenting an upcoming concert starring Gov’t Mule at The Jones Assembly venue. To celebrate the upcoming event the Oklahoma distributor has crafted a unique cannabis strain called Black Horizon in recognition of the Heavy Load Blues album released by the rock n roll group last fall.
Gov’t Mule is a popular southern rock band led by Warren Haynes — a GRAMMY award recipient, guitarist and songwriter. The band was established in 1994 and has recorded 20 live and studio albums.
Heavy Load Blues is now available everywhere worldwide! Take the album for a spin: https://t.co/73zcsZNKRM
“I'm really glad that we made the decision as a band to make a blues record,” Haynes shares. “Every one of us was excited about the concept and the change in direction." pic.twitter.com/Dlf8YEJYex
— Gov't Mule (@govtmuleband) November 12, 2021
Black Horizon is the name of a popular track on the latest new blues record from Gov’t Mule. The limited edition strain from Stability Cannabis will only be available at its Oklahoma City dispensaries and is anticipated to sell out quickly.
Every customer who purchases the one-of-a-kind cultivar will be entered into a draw for a prize package containing cannabis merchandise and two tickets for the concert on September 20. Only four winners will be receiving the prize bundle in the near future.
“We are proud to partner with The Jones Assembly and help promote world class live music in Oklahoma. While times are stressful, the Stability Cannabis brand is about helping people at our core. An evening with the iconic Gov’t Mule is an ideal way to make memories with friends and fans, while discovering a moment to relax and restore” said David Lewis, Chief Operating Officer of Stability Cannabis.
Stability Cannabis proudly describes itself as the largest medical marijuana cultivator in Oklahoma and one of the most substantial industry operations in the American Midwest.
Tickets for the upcoming event are now on sale at The Jones Assembly.