The Lansing State Journal reports that the inaugural 420 Cannabis Festival celebrating the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan is scheduled for August 13-14, 2021 at Adado Riverfront Park. The will feature the Hot Box consumption lounge, where attendees may use cannabis:
“It’s really exciting that this is coming true,” said Dan Doyle, an organizer of the event.
According to Doyle, the consumption lounge has been approved by the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency and the city of Lansing.
Musical entertainment will feature performances by artists Sada Baby and Saving Abel.
The event runs from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 13 and Saturday, Aug. 14. Fridays music features pop and rock, while Saturday features rap and hip-hop artists. Other artists expected to perform, according to the event’s website, include Full House, La Corporacion, Keegan, Rock City, Rich Regal, Cutthroat Situation, Doobie, Kelsey Lynn, Sway Boi and No Sleep Milli.
Tickets for the event are on sale now with prices ranging from $55 for a Friday-only pass to $200 for a 2-day VIP pass. The festival website says tickets include access to the Hot Box consumption lounge. VIP tickets also include an exclusive, secured viewing area and gift bag.
Tickets & all the details at 420cannabisfestival2021.com.