Tickets for the 2017 Cannabis Classic Festival on Sale Now
Celebrate the northwest’s finest cannabis in The Last Frontier May 20-21, 2017
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (April 12, 2017) - Tickets are officially on sale for the third year of Alaska’s biggest annual cannabis festival, the Cannabis Classic presented by Pakalolo Supply Co. Jam-packed with events, live seminars, exhibitors, networking and, of course, parties, the Cannabis Classic runs from May 20-21 in Anchorage, Alaska.
“We have another incredible lineup of cannabis-focused events and activities for this year’s Classic,” said Kendra Wray, event organizer.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.GoCannabisClassic.com/Tickets or by phone at 808-250-3929. General admission passes are $25 for one-day or $40 for both days. Tickets will also be available at the door both days of the event.
Enthusiasts wanting full-access to the weekend’s cannabis festivities can purchase a VIP pass for $299. In addition to tradeshow and seminar admission, VIP pass holder will receive admission to the Cannabis Classic Industry Awards show, as well as the exclusive VIP party. VIP pass holders will also receive exclusive industry swag.
Nominees for the Cannabis Classic’s Industry Awards show can purchase tickets to the awards show beginning April 15, 2017. The rest of the awards show tickets go up for sale to the general public on May 5, 2017.
PLEASE NOTE: If you are nominated, you or a representative of your organization must be present to win. That means you have to buy a ticket under your nominated name (or the name of representative accepting the award). Nominees will receive 50% off their tickets. Award show tickets include food and drink.
For more information about the Cannabis Classic, please visit www.GoCannabisClassic.com
ABOUT THE CANNABIS CLASSIC
Begun in 2014 as seminars and workshops for people interested in the cannabis industry, the Cannabis Classic festival is produced annually in Anchorage, Alaska. Over the years, the Cannabis Classic has grown into the state’s leading cannabis festival. The festival’s success is a direct result of continued support from local and regional cannabis businesses, dispensaries, cultivators, product manufacturers, cannabis connoisseurs, cannabis culture experts, and invaluable volunteers.