April 20, Wasilla: Green Spring Concert & Expo, an industry-type expo with vendors, musicians and educational booths, and food, drink and games. At Settlers Bay Golf Course.




April 20, Avondale: Smily Green’s 420 Fest in Phoenix.  




April 11, San Francisco: Legal Cannabis: Medical, Toxicological and Public Health Implications. A conversation between health care providers, toxicologists, public health officials and others interested in learning more about implications of legalizing cannabis use.

April 13, Los Angeles: State of CannaBiz  2019 Legislative Update & B2B Expo. Featuring 500+ elected officials, business owners, and entrepreneurs, with exhibits, food and drink, giveaways and more. 

April 18-19, San Diego: Cannabis Dealmakers Summit. A two-day event featuring panels, presentations, keynotes, an exhibit hall and networking with industry dealmakers.

April 19-20, Los Angeles: Magic Bus Experience 2019. A “Whimsical Playground” for adult cannabis users featuring interactive environments like homemade pillow forts, a giant Zippo lighter, a live band performing Pink Floyd’s “The Wall,” “High Horse” races, black-light miniature golf, and more

April 19-20, Merced: The Hemp and Cannabis Fair Merced. Learn, shop, celebrate and explore industrial hemp and legal cannabis, featuring marijuana sales from licensed vendors. No onsite consumption.

April 20, Hopland: Emerald Pharms 420 Festival. The fourth annual 420 festival featuring food trucks, music, vendors, entertainment, games, raffles, scavenger hunts and much more.

April 20, Auburn: 420 Music Fest—Country Meets Reggae. 

April 20-21, Sacramento: High Times Cannabis Cup: Central Valley.

May 17, Adelanto: Friday Night Sesh the First Ever Adult Cannabis Playground. Hosted by the 420nurses, featuring carnival games, prizes, DJs and more.




April 12-17, Denver: Creative Retreat — Denver 2019. A paid 420-friendly creative retreat for artists, musicians, producers, engineers, fashion designers and other creators.

April 13, Denver: Spliff Film Fest Denver. A film festival featuring original film shorts from filmmakers, artists, animators and stoners that range from serious takes on pot culture, to stoner comedy to “mind-blowing weirdness”and pot’s “liberating effects on our imaginations, appetites, libidos, and creative energies.”

April 13-20, Denver: National Cannabis Volunteer Week. A weeklong event helping cannabis-friendly nonprofits and social enterprises connect with the resources they need.

April 18, Colorado Springs: The Colorado Growers Cup 2019. A cannabis cup featuring weed from individuals and professionals alike, with live music, games, prizes, food and more.

April 19, Denver: Baked: 4/20 Colorado Takeover. A paid “takeover” featuring three nights accommodations at a 4/20-friendly four-star hotel, cannabis-themed festivities such as painting and cooking classes and more. 

April 19-21, Denver: 4th Annual 420 Weekend Extravaganja.

April 19-21, Gunnison: Cannival Elevated Music Fest. A three-day camp-out festival featuring music from international and local musicians, 420 Olympics, a movie lounge, morning cannabis sermons and yoga, workshops, glass blowers, vendors, bonfires, food trucks and much more.

April 20, Colorado Springs: Colorado 420 Festival #SEVL.

April 20, Denver: The Mile High 4.20K. A race aimed at raising awareness and promoting a healthy lifestyle with medical cannabis physically, mentally and psychologically. Smoking on premises not allowed. 

April 21, Eldorado Springs: CannaVenture Hike — April 2019.

May 1-2, Denver: The Hemp Biz Conference.  A paid business-to-business-focused conference covering the latest breakthroughs in hemp science and technology, featuring 30-plus hours of speakers and panels and 1,100 hemp professionals.

May 24, Coal Creek: Discs-n-Dabs 2019. The third annual combination campout and disc golf tournament, where teams must dab at each basket.




April 19-20, Crystal River: Citrus County Health & Music Fest. An event aimed at “helping patients ‘turn the page’ on Big Pharma” and raising $250,000 for research and education for several medical cannabis research organizations, featuring hand-crafted collectibles, food vendors and education exhibits.

April 16, Brooksville: Emerald Nature Coast Health & Music Fest.

April 20, Miami: 420 Celebration: Expo & Festival.




April 13, Atlanta: National Diversity and Inclusion Cannabis Alliance (NDICA) Social Equity and Investment Summit Luncheon. A networking luncheon featuring speeches from cannabis industry entrepreneurs and professionals like Tiffany Bowden, Larisa Bolivar and Julius Curry.

April 19-21, Atlanta: SweetWater 420 Fest




April 17, Indianapolis: Indiana Cannabis Awards 2019. An event honoring those fighting for cannabis legalization in Indiana, featuring 30 award categories and performances by Indyca and Graciously Departed.

May 4, Chicago: Illinois Hemp Growers Summit. 




April 20, New Orleans: Inaugural NOLA Cannabis Festival. An event featuring speakers, music, artist booths and more. Non-smoking, no selling, no education.




April 8-10, Baltimore: 2019 Cannabis Science Conference East. A large cannabis science expo bringing together industry experts, testing labs, research scientists, policy makers and more to improve cannabis science, featuring keynotes, presentations, round table discussions and exhibits.

April 20, Baltimore: Charm City Smoke Fest. Touted as “Maryland’s largest cannabis festival.” 

April 20, Baltimore: Grim Reefer Fest 420/2019. A large event featuring music and refreshments.

May 4, Hagerstown: Weed Prom 2019.




April 13, Vineyard Haven: Medical Cannabis Information Series: Martha’s Vineyard. A paid event aimed at learning, socializing, networking and determining if you or someone you know should become a medical cannabis patient with help from MedWell Health & Wellness.




April 20, Mt. Pleasant: 420 CannExpo. A cannabis and hemp expo featuring comprehensive presentations on health, science, horticulture, business growth and complex laws. Free admission.




April 1-3, Las Vegas: Cannabis Conference — Las Vegas. A cultivation and dispensary education event bringing together industry stakeholders, featuring a dispensary track for retail businesses and employees, educational programming on both cannabis cultivation and business operations, exhibits of industry-leading technology and services.

April 6-7, Reno: Reno Cannabis Convention. A cannabis trade show serving all sections of the cannabis industry in Nevada.

April 19-20, North Las Vegas: The Love In. A huge celebration of music, art, cannabis education and much more.

May 20, Las Vegas: Cannabition Cannabis Museum. An immersive, interactive cannabis-themed experience featuring “Bongzilla” and 19 other exhibits showcasing the historical, botanical, wellness and lifestyle aspects of cannabis. 


New York


April 20, Woodstock: Woodstock 420 Expo. The first Woodstock 420 Expo.

May 29-June 1, New York: Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition. A paid four-day expo featuring workshops, keynotes and conferences, exhibitors and much more.




May 11, Cincinnati: Cannabis Symposium: Issues from the Past to the Present. A paid symposium covering cannabis and its medicinal use throughout history. 




April 18-19, Oklahoma City: OKC Cannacon. A paid two-day seminar and expo where attendees will discuss the latest industry developments and access the next generation of cannabis technology and consumer products.




April 13-14, Salem: The Hemp and Cannabis Fair Salem. 

April 19-20, Lincoln City: Cascade Classic 2019. A cannabis expo and retreat with music.


April 20, Portland: Spliff Film Festival Portland. A film festival featuring original film shorts from filmmakers, artists, animators and stoners that range from serious takes on pot culture, to stoner comedy to “mind-blowing weirdness”and pot’s “liberating effects on our imaginations, appetites, libidos, and creative energies.”

April 20, Portland: Portland Tokeativity 420 Flower Power Social.

May 4, Portland: Oregon Cannabis Festival/Global Cannabis March 2019.




April 19: Scranton: PennCannaCup 2019. An invitational event where valid patients get to judge Pennsylvania’s top medical marijuana products.

April 20, Scranton: 5th Annual Pennsylvania Cannabis Festival. A free to the public event featuring live music, art, speakers, 250+ vendors, hiking trails, yoga, and food. Leashed pets welcome.




May 10-11, Salt Lake City: Utah Cann 2019. The second annual Cannabis Business Conference and Expo aimed at teaching about many different aspects of cannabis.




May 18-19, Burlington: NECANN’s 2nd Annual Vermont Hemp & Cannabis Convention. A convention featuring 100+ exhibitors, dozens of expert speakers, live demos, an array of the latest smoking, vaping, storage and cannabis accessories, and much more. 




April 19-20, Seattle: Spliff Film Festival Seattle. A film festival featuring original film shorts from filmmakers, artists, animators and stoners that range from serious takes on pot culture, to stoner comedy to “mind-blowing weirdness”and pot’s “liberating effects on our imaginations, appetites, libidos, and creative energies.”


Washington, D.C.


April 19: 2019 National Cannabis Policy Summit. A summit bringing together activists and leaders from government, business, veterans groups, healthcare and more to discuss cannabis policy challenges and opportunities.

April 20: 4th Annual National Cannabis Festival. A festival featuring music, exhibitors, education panels, a wellness pavilion, informational growing panels, a hemp pavilion, contests, a munchies zone, and much, much more.


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