DETROIT (WXYZ) — After the massive High Times Cannabis Cup in August in Detroit, High Times is returning to the Motor City in October for what they're calling the "Cannabis Bazaar."
The event, taking place on Oct. 12 and Oct. 13, will once again be held at the Russell Industrial Center off of I-75 near Clay St.
It will be the first-ever Cannabis Bazaar, and High Times says it will feature an even bigger lineup of performers, more booths, legal marijuana and much more. High Times magazine was the first month publication that advocated for marijuana legalization back in 1974.
High Times said performers at the Cannabis Bazaar will include Ice Cube and TI.
"This one's going to go down in the record books," High Times said on the event page.
The Cannabis Cup in August brought performers including 2 Chainz, Wu-Tang-Clan, Warren G and Detroit's own Trick Trick.
If you want to attend the event, you must be 18-20 years old with a valid ID and medical card, but you don't need a medical card if you are 21 and up. It will run 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. both days.
Tickets for the event start at $40 for general admission one-day tickets, with 2-day GA tickets costing $70 and 2-day VIP tickets costing $100. VIP tickets include an express entry lane, access to the VIP lounge, "complimentary munchies and bottled water," a High Times branded smoke bag. For more information, click here.
This is the third High Times has hosted an event in Michigan this year. The two-day Cannabis Cup was also held in June at Auto City Speedway just north of Flint in Clio.