How will cannabis legalization in Canada affect touring musicians?

Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Lisa Christiansen of the q This music panel convene to talk about turning music into experiences and what cannabis legalization means for touring musicians.
Gordon Downie of The Tragically hip performs at the Canada For Haiti Benefit on January 22, 2010 in Toronto, Canada. (George Pimentel/Canada for Haiti via Getty Images))

Every week the q This panel convenes to cover what's happening in the music world. This week, Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe and Lisa Christiansen look at the way artists are trying to turn their music into experiences for fans, and why pot legalization in Canada is making the managers of touring musicians very, very nervous. 

— Produced by Vanessa Greco


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