Location Remains At RFK Campus In Washington, D.C.
Originally set for Sept. 19 at RFK Campus in Washington, D.C., it will now take place on April, 17 in the same location.
The National Cannabis Festival raises awareness of federal cannabis legislation and the need for criminal justice reform while creating a platform for equity and accessibility in the cannabis industry.
NCF will once again host four educational pavilions: wellness, culture, policy, and grow, and of course, include live music.
Tickets for the 2020 Festival will be honored in 2021. However, General Admission purchasers can visit this link to request a refund from Front Gate Tickets before July 25, 2020 and can expect refunds to start being delivered within 30 days. VIP Members can contact [email protected].
“Postponing our fifth year anniversary event was unimaginable just a few months ago, but we need to do what’s best for our community,” said Caroline Phillips, founder of the National Cannabis Festival.”
The past few months have brought unimaginable hardship to so many, my team included. The most important thing is that we protect attendee safety and support city leaders in their efforts to quell the impact of the pandemic, and unfortunately that means postponing our September event.”
With this in mind, here are some details about attending the 2021 event.
General admission tickets for the 2021 event will be available for $55, general admission bundles start at $70 and early-entry general admission tickets are available for $85. VIP Memberships include entry to multiple events around D.C., all-inclusive drinks and food at the festival, access to VIP areas and an NCF goody box! VIP CannaCabanas are also available for you and nine of your best buds to enjoy all the perks of the VIP program, plus your own VIP lounge space, beverage service and a CannaCabana Concierge in the weeks leading up to and at NCF to ensure the best experience possible.
The NCF concert will feature hip-hop artists Method Man and Red Man, Young M.A, Backyard Band, Antibalas, The Archives, Lee, Blackwood & Graham and DJ Farrah Flosscett.
In addition to the concert, the festival includes four educational pavilions (Wellness, Policy, Culture, and the Grow School) highlighting the work that activists are engaged in to advocate for greater equity, accessibility and criminal justice reform for the cannabis community.
The fifth annual National Cannabis Festival takes place on Saturday, April 17, 2021, at the RFK Festival Grounds in Lot 6/7 of RFK Campus. The third annual National Cannabis Policy Summit takes place online on Thursday, September 10, 2020. Policy Summit speakers and panelists will be announced at a later date.