When it comes to alcohol at Country Thunder, it’s allowed on individual campsites and within certain areas of the grounds — but the rules around cannabis are a bit more hazy.
“We don’t have a policy, per se. Because of the legalization, everyone’s world has changed,” director of marketing and sales Gerry Krochak said.
“We have two designated smoking areas, we do not have designated cannabis areas.”
Krochak added the same laws apply when it comes to smoking pot in public — it just isn’t allowed under Saskatchewan’s Cannabis Control Act.
“This is a family event, especially the main concert bowl and main street. Most people don’t even smoke cigarettes in those cases, so we would hope they would exercise the same level of respect,” Krochak said.
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