Free to the public, the new owner of the festival learned from last year’s fail, when attendees were charged upwards of $100 for a ‘VIP’ experience that was canceled due to snow. The new owner, Santino Walter, hopes this year will be a huge success.
“I look forward to seeing the thousands of cannabis enthusiasts flooding the park to do the 4:20 pm countdown with 2 Chainz,” Walter tells The Denver Post .“We have no doubt that our event will be the largest 4/20 festival in the country.”
The event promises to have more than 250 vendors set up throughout Civic Center Park, featuring everything from cannabis-branded booths to specialty food trucks.
The 2017 Denver 420 rally will open its doors at 10 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. The concert portion of the event will go from 2 p.m.-6 p.m.
In Denver for 420 week? Some other great events happening include World Cannabis Week and ‘420 Eve on the Rocks’ at Red Rocks amphitheater.
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Stops include: the music event, Denver’s top dispensaries (for deep discounts on product), the 420 Rally, the 420 Block Party, and the 420 Bazaar. It’s BYOC (bring your own cannabis), as pass-holders will have access to jump on and off bus stops and legally consume their personal cannabis products, as well as participate in a dynamic cannabis scavenger hunt to win prizes.
For music lovers, there’s the highly-anticipated return of Redman and Method Man to Red Rocks Amphitheater for a ‘420 Eve on the Rocks’ concert that will have concert goers ringing in 420 Week 2017 in Colorado style.