Cannabis culture is busting at the seams, becoming more mainstream than ever. Though mentioning April 20th gets its share of eye rolls, it’s a pretty universal day of celebration of the herb and for all of the people that love it.
Every year there are more and more events taking place on 4/20, and this year looks to be the biggest yet. We scoured the internet and that Facebook events page no one looks at for the coolest 4/20 happenings around the country. Underground or out in the sunshine, this is your one stop shop for everything from immersive performance art to music and meditation festivals.
Magic Bus Experience is hosting a massive experience based gathering the entire weekend of 4/20. Ticket holders have access to pillow forts, creative experiences, mazes and more.
Chef Rasta Kream is hosting a Four Twenty Food Sesh, with multiple medicated options. At $20 per ticket for four samples, you have three hours to experience some of LA’s coolest cannabis chefs and their cocktails, dishes and desserts.
Barbary Coast is hosting an all day speakeasy, where any purchase plus $1 brands you entry to the gathering of educational sessions and sample specials.
Join the Ganja Goddess Getaway in the Bay Area from 4/20-4/22 for a weekend of edibles, buffets, classes, yoga, hot tubs, and more.
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Join us for fun, food, and a morning/afternoon of service!!! Kick off your 420 celebrations by distributing hygiene kits with us to our neighboors living in West Oakland street encampments. http://bit.ly/THI420 Use this 420 holiday to give back to the Oakland community! Questions? Can’t make it but want to donate to the cause? Email email@example.com This event is 100% community funded and organized in partnership with: Magnolia Wellness, Eaze, Harborside, and City Slicker Farms
One of New York’s best loved clubs, House of Yes, is hosting 420: A Ganjapalooza, and you should go if you are looking for the most unique experience you’re likely to find in NYC. Described as “An exploration into the experience of cannabis presented as a disjointed spectacular of entertainment,” we don’t recommend missing it.
On 4/21, you can do some hands on crafting with BreadxButta at Studio X. Guests get special 420 cocktails while making hand marbled fabrics. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets
The Prohibition Party, hosted by Viride and High Herstory is bringing comedy and mysterious cocktails to NYC on the high holiday. Visit Viride for more info and to join the Female and Cannabis Revolution.
New Brooklyn offering, the Sneaky Speakeasy, is having a special burlesque performance and the launch of Mama D’s Sneaky Treats. DM @_sneakytreats for information.
Look for your local dispensary that stocks Keef Brands, who will be doing over 40 in-store events across Colorado on 4/20 & 4/21.
High 5 Tours 420 Adventure starts at 9am and takes you on a journey through Portland’s pot favorites, food truck paradise Cartopia, and even includes a beautiful waterfall!
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Culture and Cannabis is hosting a music and art festival at Ferguson’s Downtown sponsored by Dope Magazine. From 3pm-9pm, there will be performances, Dj’s, and vendors.
To promote safe consumption, Lyft has made a special code ‘CANNABISLV’ to grant users $4.20 off two rides, your designated driver on demand.
Evel Pie is where you need to go for your last call on 4/20, if you can make it to 4:20am, when the staff intends to send everyone off into the night with Afroman’s smoker classic “Because I got High”.
These are just a handful of what’s going on this year, and the consensus is that it’s time to bring our communities out into the sun for good.