Jeremy Eldridge, top, and Belle Brickley from Inno-Vapor take down the signs from around their booth after the announcement that the 420 Rally had been postponed. After insisting that the show must go on, regardless of the weather, organizers announced Saturday morning that the annual 420 Rally in Civic Center park had been postponed.

Ticket-holders for postponed Denver 420 Rally can get refunds

Organizers of the Denver 420 Rally that was postponed last Saturday due to the weather on Wednesday will announce a process for those who bought tickets to get refunds, said Santino Walter, an organizer.

The annual smokeout, usually held in Civic Center, still is being rescheduled and could be in a different venue.

Organizers had said they would not refund tickets for the event, which was postponed Saturday morning because of wet, snowy weather.

Although the event is free, organizers sold special access passes.

MassRoots, which bills itself as the cannabis industry’s Internet platform, tweeted the news on Tuesday evening.

“Everyone who bought tickets to the 420 Rally is in the process of being refunded now. & We’re still rescheduling!” according to the tweet.

Walter confirmed the information on Wednesday morning. “There is going to be an official announcement on the process,” he said.

Tom McGhee: 303-954-1671, or @dpmcghee

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