We recently wrote about the decision by Boulder County Commissioners to allow the continued use of GMO corn and sugar beets on public lands in Boulder County. Groups who are against this decision have vowed to keep on fighting, and reggae musician and political and social activist Ziggy Marley is lending his support.
Here are the details on the show:
Saturday, January 21
Doors open at 7 p.m., performances begin at 8 p.m.
2032 14th Street
General Admission Tickets: $25 available through Boulder Theater box office
VIP Ticket Experience: $275 individual; group tickets at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.334.8047. Includes a meet and greet with Ziggy Marley after the show; balcony box seating; private bar with complimentary beer, wine & appetizers, 7 to 9 p.m.
“Genetically Modified Organisms are not something I would feed to myself or my children. The struggle for humanity today and in the years ahead is the struggle to remain free, and especially free from Genetically Modified Organisms as food. Without knowledge, information, choice and a say in society about our food and our land, our basic freedoms are denied. Our lives and our children’s lives, the life of earth, plant and seed are today in our hands.” – Ziggy Marley
For more information visit www.no-gmo-boulder.com.