The SoCal Cannabis Cup 2018 is right around the corner and it is set to be our largest event yet as we are allowing anyone 18 and over to attend the event! The three-day cup will go on from 4/20 to 4/22 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino California.
This year, we have some of the greatest living legends in Hip Hop headlining. The headline acts are Nas, Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz. There will also be performances by Raekwon, Rich The Kid, Rick Ross, and Yo Gotti.
18+ For Entry!
We’re excited to announce that the age requirement is 18+ with a valid identification instead of 21 and over.
Furthermore, a medical marijuana recommendation will not be required for entry to the festival in 2018. However, bringing a medical marijuana recommendation will grant one access to the Prop 215 areas.
If you don’t have one, there will be multiple doctors at the event in the non-medicating area who can consult attendees on medical marijuana recommendations or cards for a fee.
Anyone without a medical marijuana recommendation will still have access to the main stage performances, podcasts, non-profit village and center food court. We’ll also have laser tag, VR games, a Ferris wheel, super slide, petting zoo, body marbling, tattoo artists and much more!
Final Hit: SoCal Cannabis Cup 2018
You can expect all of the usual festivities from the past cannabis cups with more attractions and people to enjoy them with. The goal of the Cannabis Cup is still to find, award and share the finest cannabis products in various parts of the world.
4/20 is all about celebrating cannabis. If you want to be around your best buds at the original and longest lasting legal cannabis competition in America, tickets to the SoCal Cannabis Cup 2018 are on sale now.
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