2017 Weed Events

The Ultimate Cannabis Events Guide

Are you wondering where all the Cannabis events are this year? Some people wait all year for the boat show and some people wait all year for the gun show but now there is finally something for us! Cannabis events are becoming more and more popular as the move to legalize cannabis sweeps across the nation. You will find these weed events across the country, including Cannabis conventions, marijuana festivals, Cannabis trade shows and other Cannabis events.

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Cannabis Trade Shows

The highlight of weed events is the High Times Cannabis Cup. This is held in multiple cities throughout the year and is self-described as “the world’s leading marijuana trade show, celebrating the world of ganja through competitions, instructional seminars, expositions, celebrity appearances, concerts and product showcases.”

For over three decades this show has made an appearance in those states where the plant has been legalized for consumption. More information can be found on the Cannabis Cup at www.cannabiscup.com. Denver is slotted to be on the schedule sometime in the spring.

Cannabis Conventions

Head to our nation’s capital for premier cannabis conventions. The Marijuana Business Conference and Expo is the self- described “oldest and largest national cannabis tradeshow.”  It is going to be held this May in Washington DC. For more information on this weed festival, check out https://mjbizconference.com/. This is a smart choice for anyone currently working in the marijuana industry or anyone who plans to be in the future.

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Marijuana Festivals

Learn all about hemp and the impact it has on the world around us while attending the 25th anniversary of the Seattle Hemp Fest. This is scheduled for August 19-21. It is located right along the water in Seattle and is a celebration of all things cannabis and hemp. Hemp Fest declares that they have “a laser focus on political content and a deep commitment to community values,” and that they have “influenced regional and national public policy while being an economic generator in its community. ” They also say that they: “paved the way and tilled the soil for Washington State citizens to legalize cannabis before any other state.” To learn about their mission, visit their website at www.hempfest.org. It looks like it is shaping up to be the happening of the year!

Colorado Cannabis Events

Cannabis conventions and Denver are going hand in hand this year. There are so many marijuana festivals, weed events, and cannabis trade shows to choose from. Looking for incredible cannabis products? Check out our growing selection of cannabis-infused products here or visit our Pueblo or Trinidad Spot 420 dispensary.

Dispensary Weed Events

The 3rd annual Dispensary Next Conference and Expo will be in Denver July 17-18. The conference is for dispensary owners, managers, and directors, as well as individuals who are planning to get started in the field. You can register and get more information at https://dispensaryexpo.com/. Head on down if you are interested in learning more about this ever- growing industry and how you can help to make it grow.

Cannabis Events

Coming this February is the innovative Cannabis Wedding Expo. Now you and your beloved can start planning the type of wedding you really want. Everything you can imagine will be on hand from flowers to photographers to wedding gowns. Cannabis drinks and food are sure to delight your wedding guests as are the ideas for party favors you might pick up. The expo is February 19th at the Falls Event Center. For more information, please visit http://www.cannabisweddingexpo.com/denver-co. Grab your friends and find out how you can make your wedding the most talked about party of the year.

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Mile High 420 Fest

If these are not the type of Colorado cannabis events you are looking for, there are plenty more! The Denver 420 Fest is brought to you this year on April 20th, that is 4-20 if you are paying attention, and April 21st. Admission is only $5.00 for adults 21 and over. You will enjoy live music as you peruse everything the weed industry offers. You can check out www.milehigh420festival.com for information and to purchase tickets. You can even get information on marijuana friendly hotels! A totally epic way to spend this fantastic holiday.

Official 420 Rally

The Official 420 Rally is May 21st, smack dab in the middle of downtown Denver. This event is highlighted with free performances by Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne. Yes, free. According to the Official 420 Rally website: “The largest FREE celebration of the culture and legalization of cannabis is set to return to the heart of downtown Denver on May 21, 2016! Over 100,000 cannabis enthusiasts and 250 vendors are expected to converge at the scenic Civic Center Park in Denver to celebrate the wonders of cannabis, enjoy performances from world-class artists, and raise awareness of critical issues facing Colorado and the nation as a whole.”

For free tickets or more event details, please visit https://www.denver420rally.org/. Then mark your calendars for this can’t miss day.

Make your summer one to remember by attending one or more of these exciting and inspirational events. Now that 420 in Colorado has become a national holiday, there is still plenty of work still to be done. Visit our Colorado dispensary located in Trinidad or Pueblo — the best alternative to Colorado Springs recreational dispensaries.

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