(UPDATE 4/17) The High Times Cannabis Cup will roll into Denver this weekend, and the three-day festival is seeing ticket prices plummet on the secondary market. According to TicketIQ, the average price for a 3-day pass is now just $94.42, marking a 58.6% price drop from Monday’s average of $228.56.
Prices are also nosediving for single-day tickets. The festival’s opening day on Saturday currently sees secondary tickets average at $71.91, down 34.4% from Monday’s peak average of $179.04. Nas will headline a concert at Red Rocks on Saturday night, where tickets see a $136.99 average.
Snoop Dogg’s show at the Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre on Monday owns a secondary average of $106.41, down 14% since yesterday.
High Times Cannabis Cup Rolls into Denver Next Week with Big Lineup and Secondary Ticket Prices
(4/6/15) The High Times Cannabis Cup returns to Denver next week for its fifth annual installment in the Mile High City. The festival will be held Denver Merchandise Mart from April 18-20and will also feature accompanying concerts at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on April 18 and Fiddler’s Green on April 20.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for a 3-day pass to the High Times Cannabis Cup is $168 and the cheapest available is listed for $86. If searching for individual day tickets, April 18 tickets currently average at $75.78 and get-in price is $39 while the festival’s final day on April 20 owns an average secondary price of $64.25 and get-in of $44.
The two surrounding concerts will be a bit pricier. The Red Rocks show on April 18 will feature performances from Soja, J-Boog and Nas and sees tickets average at $140.19. The cheapest ticket is listed for $90. The April 20 show at Fiddler’s Green will see Snoop Dogg grace the stage and tickets average at $143.80. Get-in price starts at $52.
More than 700 vendors, three levels of VIP experiences and the newly combined U.S. Cannabis Cup for both medicinal and recreational users will invade Denver next weekend and is slated to be the festival’s biggest convention yet. It will be open to adults aged 18 and older and patrons must be 21 and older to enter the recreating area unless a medicinal card is provided.