While the summer festival landscape has become littered with various music events and cannabis competitions, many are still looking for the perfect marriage of the two. In an ideal world, summer festivals would heat up with free samples of the world’s best flower, concentrates, and edible, right alongside an insane lineup of your favorite artists providing the soundtrack for a truly unforgettable weekend. Sound too good to be true? It’s not.
High Life is California’s newest festival, aimed at aficionados of marijuana and hip-hop. The two-day event is a celebration of Southern California’s rich weed culture, including its best growers, breeders, edible chefs and extract artists. Because nothing goes better with marijuana than music, High Life has stopped at nothing to provide attendees with the best possible lineup. From classic to contemporary, High Life has something everyone in the crew will love, even if they don’t smoke!
High Life wants to make sure you’re up to speed on the latest and greatest products in the cannabis industry, so they’ve brought in over 300 top vendors to enlighten you. If you’re over 18 years of age and have a valid doctor’s recommendation, you’ll be able to enjoy the Prop 215 Medicated Area to sample flower, extract, and edibles from some of the most respected brands in the game. If you don’t already have a doctor’s recommendation, have no fear! High Life will have a Doctor on-site to conduct examinations and issue new recommendations or renewals. For those enjoying the Medicated Area, High Life is offering the rare opportunity to bring your own glass so you can truly see how these products would smoke at home. What could be better than that? Seeing DMX perform “Ruff Ryder’s Anthem” live while you rip dabs off your lucky rig is better. Luckily for you, that’s not a dream scenario, and for as little as $60, the dream is surprisingly reasonable.
Make sure after you’re done sampling the goods you get to the concert stage in time to see artists like E-40, Rick Ross, Waka Flocka and more, all leading up to what is sure to be an unforgettable set from hip-hop legends Bone Thugs N Harmony. Don’t worry if you don’t have a doctor’s recommendation, as you won’t need it for entry into the concert.
Head to High Life’s website to buy tickets before they’re all sold out. While many festivals require you to leave an arm and leg at the ticket booth, which makes dancing difficult, High Lifers can snag a two-day VIP pass for just $150! VIP passes include access to VIP lounge areas, a swag bag stuffed with goodies from your favorite vendors, and an exclusive High Life Festival t-shirt. High Life Festival goes down September 24-25 at the San Bernardino Fairgrounds, make sure you’re there! For more information on tickets click HERE and be sure to enter promo code WM50 for a 50% discount!
To get you and your friends ready for the High Life, we’ve put together some of the best smoking music from artists on this inaugural lineup. Roll it fat, spark it up, press play, and don’t forget to buy your tickets to High Life Festival!
Miami’s Rick Ross rolls body weight-proportional blunts, so make sure you bring your big boy lungs to the concert area on night one of High Life.
High Life Festival isn’t too far from home for SoCal-native Nipsey Hussle, so get to the stage early for Nip’s set on Saturday — he’s sure to shut it down.
Fair warning, Waka Flocka’s Sunday set is going to be a turn-up of epic proportions.
Lil Debbie always brings the cakes, so make sure you don’t fill up on edibles before her Saturday set.
What this Bone Thugs N Harmony song lacks in subtlety, it more than makes up for in melody. Catch “1st of tha Month” and the rest of Bone Thugs’ hits on Sunday night.