Get Happy at HoneySuckle’s Wednesday evening 420 Flower Hour at Railway Heights Market

Celebrate all things 4/20 with live music, food, and local vendors at HoneySuckle’s 420 Flower Hour happening at Railway Heights Market’s outdoor beer garden on Wednesday, April 20, 2022.

Hosted by the CBD and Delta-8 specialty shop, the 420 Flower Hour at the expansive food and retail hall off Washington Avenue will be emceed by Richelle Gemini—poet, author, singer, rapper, and artist—and feature live music from Dem Roots and Coffee Guzman, with tunes spun by DJ Boricua Soul. 

Vistors can browse the goods from 20+ vendors offering sweets, jewelry, apparel, happy goodies and more. HoneySuckle will also be selling their popular specialty canna cocktails. A cash bar will be available on site and smoking will allowed on the premises within the beer garden.

Ages 21 and up only.

HoneySuckle’s 420 Flower Hour at Railway Heights Market

Railway Heights Market | Photo courtesy of HoneySuckle

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