Mike Tyson is getting into the music festival game. The former heavyweight boxer turned mega celebrity has announced Kind Music Festival (KMF), which is set to take place at his very own Tyson ranch in SoCal.
KMF “embraces cannabis as a legalized recreational product,” according the the official site. “Kind Music Festival will be a one-day ‘pop-up’ micro-festival event at the future site of the Tyson ranch resort, a 412-acre entertainment complex, luxury glamping resort, and cannabis research & design facility in Desert Hot Springs.”
Saluting California’s stance on cannibas, KMF will allow on site use of the substance. “However, there will be no sales or giveaways of cannabis products at the festival.” This is something organizers hope to offer in the future.
The new pop up festival experience will focus on music, food trucks, and fun for all ages. Inflatable rides, obstacle courses, and mazes will make the kids happy. A bar zone, vendors, and limited merch will keep the adults entertained as well.
It’s unknown at this point who will perform at the event on Feburary 23rd. Tickets are on sale here.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Mike Tyson Gets Into The Music Festival Game with New Cannibas-Friendly Event