Colorado judge is saying no to the annual “Bong-a-Thon” festival in the unincorporated town of Stoner.
A district judge in Montezuma County issued an injection against the fest on Wednesday, barring them from holding what would have been their 32nd event in the aptly named town.
John Baxter, the county attorney who filed the injunction request, confirmed the decision to the Denver Post, but declined to make further comment on the issue
According to the Cortez Journal, the request was prompted by complaints from more than two dozen residents neighboring Bong-A-Thon’s planned site.
Event organizer Chris Jetter of Aurora told the Denver Post that he was prepared for the decision and had already relocated his invitation-only “competitive toking” event. “We’re not disclosing the location,” Jetter said. “The only people that will see the actual location will be registered invitees.”