To be livestreamed on Twitch, the country legend’s ‘Come and Toke It’ event will be kicked off on April 20 and is expected to last for four hours and 20 minutes.
Willie Nelson is lining up his third big event from lockdown to celebrate the world’s unofficial marijauana day.
The country legend and weed activist will host livestreamed variety show, “Come and Toke It”, on 20 April – the unofficial wake-and-bake holiday for stoners.
The event will feature Willie, along with musical guests, comedians and cannabis experts.
Making the most of the pot day, the special will last four hours and 20 minutes and will begin at 4.20 P.M. U.S. central time.
The livestream, airing on Twitch, will also raise money for the Last Prisoner Project.
“Come and toke it with me on 4/20 at 4:20 (central time),” Nelson writes in a statement. “There will be music and good times. And, it’s for a good cause.”
Nelson was one of the first big stars to host a virtual festival from lockdown when he staged his “Luck Presents: Till Further Notice” event last month. He also hosted the “At Home With Farm Aid” special last weekend, April 11.