Mile High 420 Fest returns in April, but you have to be 21 to attend

Mile High 420 Fest returns in April, but you have to be 21 to attend
Denver Post

Denver’s signature Mile High 420 Fest recently announced its return to Civic Center park this year. The event, which takes place on, well, Thursday, April 20, celebrates the unofficial holiday with music, food trucks, vendors and and a communal smokeup at 4:20 p.m. New in 2023: The festival will be limited to attendees aged 21 years and up, though that shouldn’t come as a surprise. Last year, Mile High 420 Fest promised it would impose an age limit at future events after fielding concerns from parents about open cannabis consumption onsite. (It is technically illegal to smoke weed in public places, Denver police like to remind locals, but that doesn’t stop it from happening at the festival.) Related Articles Cannabis | PHOTOS: Mile High 420 Festival returns Cannabis | Denver’s Mile High 420 Festival to institute age restrictions in 2023 Cannabis | The city of Denver would like to remind you it’s illegal to smoke pot at 420 fest The age limit means adults need a ticket to get into Mile High 420 Fest, and those are now available for free on the event’s website. You can also purchase a VIP pass for $175, which includes access to a special entrance and viewing area, two free alcoholic drinks, free swag and more. The music lineup has yet to be announced. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter, In The Know, to get entertainment news sent straight to your inbox.

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