A man holds a sign referring to Colorado legalizing marijuana with the state capitol dome in the background at the 4/20 marijuana holiday in Civic Center Park in downtown Denver in this April 20, 2013 file photo. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/Files
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The Colorado Symphony Orchestra said Tuesday it will play a series of "cannabis-friendly" fundraising concerts sponsored by the state's burgeoning pot industry.The event, however, is strictly BYOC -- bring your own cannabis, according to an events listing on the symphony website that says pot will not be sold.Richard Yost of Ideal 420 Soil, a New Hampshire company that sells soil and other cultivation products to marijuana growers, sees sponsoring the concerts as a chance to link his company to one of the best orchestras in the nation and to make the point that pot consumers can be clean-cut and sophisticated.Kern said he has heard complaints from at least one musician and from symphony supporters about the upcoming concerts.
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