Smoking isn’t just an industry, it’s an art form. That’s why cigarette enthusiasts around the world are celebrating the first ever ‘Cigarette Festival for Adults Only’ this weekend. Dubbed “the mother of all cigarette festivals,” this unique event will feature demonstrations, discussions, and tastings focused on a variety of topics related to tobacco consumption.
The festival will be held in Canada, where smoking is legal but highly regulated. Over 30 different companies and individuals who specialize in tobacco products will be present at the festival. They’ll show off a variety of unique and interesting cigarettes, including flavored ones as well as those which are handmade or “twisted” to a certain design.
Participants will also get a chance to learn about the history of tobacco, see demonstrations of how to roll their own cigarettes, try out some of the newest technology for flavorings, lightening and packaging cigarettes, and even get tips on different methods of smoking from professional smokers.
The organizers of the festival have gone out of their way to make sure that all attendees have a great experience – there will be beer and cocktails available for purchase throughout the entire day as well as live music performances. There’s also a special section designed for non-smokers to enjoy like book readings, podcast recordings and more.
This Cigarette Festival is geared toward adults only, so if you’re under 18 don’t even bother showing up. This festival is intended to bring together like-minded people who are serious about their passion – smoking. So if you think you’ve got what it takes to hang with the big guys (and gals), check out the festivals website or follow them on social media for more info!
A unique festival has been making waves in the adult entertainment scene, with critics divided about its arrival. On the surface it seems innocent enough—the giant “Cigarette Festival”, which recently concluded its run in London, attracted throngs of adults to celebrate cigarette smoking in all its forms. However, the event’s brazenly adult nature has been controversial among those who say such an event is inappropriate and counter to public health efforts.
Organizers of the Cigarette Festival contend that what they’re doing is simply catering to adults who still enjoy cigarette smoking but do so responsibly. Speaking to attendees and exhibitors at the event, one thing was clear—cigarette smoking is a lifestyle choice which many adults have embraced and they don’t necessarily need anyone’s permission or encouragement to enjoy their pastime safely.
As for the critics of the festival, some say it’s detrimental to public health efforts such as those made towards reducing tobacco-related illnesses. Others simply feel the event is inappropriate for public viewing and should be kept behind closed doors. Whatever your opinion may be on the matter, it seems one thing is for certain—the Cigarette Festival isn’t going away anytime soon.
In some ways, the Cigarette Festival represents a kind of rebellion of sorts against society’s desire to move away from smoking as a viable option for adults. Whether you agree with their message or not, you have to respect their moxie and their insistence on celebrating their chosen lifestyle without apology or shame. Ultimately it’s up to each individual to decide whether enjoying cigarettes in moderation is right for them, but those that do can now officially partake in this special celebration.