HIGH TIMES’ 2017 SoCal Cannabis Cup kicked off Friday afternoon with lots of sun, fun and—most importantly—weed! Crowds filled the Nos Center in San Bernardino for the first California Cup of the year.
Vape pens were out and at the ready from the get go during the first day of the three-day event.
Free dabs were everywhere, with companies offering their very best for attendees to enjoy.
But it wasn’t just concentrates on display. Beautiful bud was abundant as well!
Bags and bags of Cali’s dankest flower.
Around 4 p.m., Magical Butter’s Top Cannabis Chef Competition kicked off with chefs vying for a chance to compete in Saturday and Sunday’s final rounds.
The Live Growroom Experience gave everyone a chance to see gorgeous live plants up close and personal.
There was no concentration required to find the finest concentrates.
So much shatter you could easily shatter your brain!
The National Joint Rolling League showed off some of their finest creation in the VIP Lounge.
But you didn’t have to have a VIP pass to find a joint.
As evening fell, A$AP Ferg lit up the Main Stage with his super dope performance.
Method Man and Red Man followed with their own dank AF set.
The night ended with Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley sending us home with only good vibes!
Don’t miss out! The SoCal Cannabis Cup still has two days left, and tickets are still available online HERE or at the door.
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