The NECANN New Consumption-Friendly High Lifestyle Show is coming to Boston from October 7th to the 9th. NECANN is hosting a new event called the High Lifestyle Show. This event is a three-day gathering of cannabis brands, retailers, distributors, growers, artists, and consumers.
The event will take place at a private resort hotel, the Regency Hotel in Boxborough, MA, and will feature both a conference and festival setting. Exhibitors, vendors, concerts, comedy, education, socializing, and networking opportunities will all be part of the event.
The event will showcase all aspects of the canna-inspired culture, including health, wellness, music, art, clothing, literature, food, cultivation, and more. Attendees can expect to learn about everything related to cannabis, from its medical benefits to how it can be incorporated into everyday life. This event is perfect for anyone interested in learning more about the cannabis industry or simply enjoying the 420-friendly lifestyle.
The event will be limited to adults 21 and older, and attendees will be allowed to consume cannabis outdoors in accordance with Massachusetts law. No THC products will be sold on-site, but CBD and non-infused products will be available.
There will be multiple forms of entertainment all weekend, with live music headlined by: The Wailers, Jon Butcher Axis, Roots of Creation, Brett Wilson, Mikaela Davis, Barrence Whitfield, Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys, Tsunami of Sound, Justine’s Black Threads and more.
Comedy highlights include Dan Hall & The Weed Game Show, plus LIVE Stand-up starring Matt Barry, Mona Forgione, Ian Stuart, Josh Day, all weekend long.
Enjoy a wide selection of educational seminars on various aspects of the cannabis industry.
In a statement from event promoter Gary Sohmers, he shared, “The concept for this event has been years in the making, following the craft wine and craft beer movements, both regulated in a similar manner as cannabis,” said event promoter Gary Sohmers. “That model where brands are allowed (by law) to allow people to “taste” their products to build brand loyalty and let people try something prior to buying it, allowed smaller businesses to succeed in stores, bars, and restaurants because of consumer demand. We hope that this consumption-friendly event will be a step in the direction of safe and legal tasting events in Massachusetts.”