'Cannastock' Comes to Berea

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 7/27/2013 11:20 pm
More than 600 hundred are camping out in a field in Berea, listening to music at a festival dedicated to legalizing marijuana.

The festival is called 'Cannastock.' It was organized by the group Kentuckians for Cannabis Reform, who put on the show to raise awareness about marijuana and why it should be legalized.

Organizers say local leaders gave them permission to have the festival and say even local police were helping direct traffic.

The KCR says plan to make the festival an annual event.
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