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A$AP Rocky's Purple Christmas: Celebrate the Stoned Season by Sparking a Spliff in Miami

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Welcome to the southernmost tip of the Floridian peninsula, otherwise known as the land of Purple Christmas.

Now if you've never celebrated the high holidays in Miami, here's the deal: We don't decorate trees. We cut 'em down and smoke 'em.

And this year, the fine folks at local nightlife company WRLD are spreading the joy of the stoned season by hosting a full night of festivities at Grand Central.

Swag rapper and professional pothead A$AP Rocky (AKA Rakim Mayers) will be serving as the master of ceremonies. He'll be sparkin' spliffs, spittin' riffs, and smokin' out the joint alongside fellow weed fans Lunden and Gabe Fields. Seasonal sounds will be ringing loud and it's gonna smell like Christmas, i.e. ripe, deeply kush, and somewhat piney.

Try sharing your hash stash and Rocky might even teach you all about the trichromatic traditions of Purp X-Mas, including how to properly pick out a purple tree, the appropriate time to harvest those resin-coated buds, and the right method for rolling a big, fat yule blunt -- plus tips on achieving that perfect holiday head high.

'Tis the season to be tokin'. And just like A$AP Rocky says, "Everything is purple."

A$AP Rocky's Purple Christmas. With Lunden and special guest Gabe Fields. Thursday, December 29. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $15 to $30 via ticketweb.com. Ages 18 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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