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Missouri celebrates 7/10 with events, launches and pop-ups — Greenway Magazine

July 10, also known as 710, marks an important day in the cannabis industry, especially for concentrate enthusiasts.

This date, reminiscent of 4/20 for the cannabis flower, is celebrated for its connection to cannabis oils and extracts.

Across Missouri, dispensaries and brands are hosting a variety of events and promotions to commemorate the day, drawing attention to the growing popularity of concentrates within the industry.

The term 7/10, when turned around, forms the word “OIL,” a fitting nod to the cannabis extracts celebrated on this day.

Concentrates, such as oils, waxes, and shatters, have become increasingly popular due to their potency and purity. This day highlights the advancements and shifts in preferences within the cannabis community towards these refined products.

Events throughout Missouri

Numerous events are scheduled throughout Missouri that offer both education and celebration.

Grön will host several promotional and pop-up tours throughout the day, including stops at Missouri Wild Alchemy from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., Codes in Lake St. Louis from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Codes in Sedalia from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Good Day Farm in O’Fallon from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Sundro, atta and Bad Pony will host a pop-up event at The Mint from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Illicit Gardens will have pop-up spaces at Greenlight Bannister from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, Good Day Farms Belton from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, and Elevate Belton from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Additionally, Shangri-La will host events with Tsunami, Escape Artist, and Dabstract at its Columbia South location from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and at its Jefferson City location from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Special promotion

Stash House Brands is offering 20% ​​off at multiple locations: GDF in Delmar from 1pm-4pm, Codes in Raymore from 10am-1pm, Codes in Osage Beach from 11am-1pm, GDF in Belton from 2pm-5pm, Codes in Cardwell from 9am-12pm, and GDF in Caruthersville from 1pm-4pm. Additionally, Eureka Homestate Dispensary is offering a featured deal with concentrates for as low as $9.95 (plus tax) for Midwest Magic Hashburgers Diamonds. Their promotion captures the essence of the day: “It’s about time customers got dabbed and there are some amazing deals to be had.”

Timeless Tumble Launch Party at Lemonade Park

One of the most anticipated events on July 10 is the official Timeless Tumble launch party at Lemonade Park, located at 1628 Wyoming Street. This event, presented by recordBar, promises a lively celebration with plenty of exciting activities and entertainment.

The Timeless Tumble launch party features performances from popular artists such as Aaron Kamm and the One Drops, 77 Jefferson, and DJ Scotty Wu, ensuring a night filled with diverse musical genres and vibrant energy. The event is hosted by Royal Chief, adding an extra layer of excitement to the proceedings.

In addition to live music, attendees can enjoy pizza, enter various raffles, and play games. This combination of food, entertainment, and interactive activities makes the launch party a must-attend event for those looking to celebrate 7/10 in style.

With its combination of live performances, engaging activities and community spirit, the Timeless Tumble Launch Party at Lemonade Park will be a highlight of Missouri’s 7/10 celebrations.

The 7/10 celebration highlights the evolution and innovation within the cannabis industry. Concentrates represent a growing segment of the market, appealing to both recreational users and medical patients seeking specific benefits from their cannabis products. 7/10 events and promotions not only drive sales, but also foster a sense of community and awareness about the diverse range of cannabis products available.

As the industry continues to grow, days like 7/10 highlight the dynamic nature of cannabis culture and the continued shift toward more refined and potent products. Whether through educational events or celebratory gatherings, 7/10 is cementing its place as an important date for cannabis enthusiasts in Missouri and beyond.