Cannabis Calendar: Every 4/20 Event in Denver

Get ready to ride into the 4/20 week and beyond with our Cannabis Calendar.
Get ready to ride into the 4/20 week and beyond with our Cannabis Calendar. Ken Hamblin III
Brace yourself: 4/20 is here, and the lineup of events is piled high. On top of such regular suspects as the gathering in Civic Center Park, there are some noteworthy newcomers this year, including pot-infused hikes and brunches, dispensary parking-lot parties and more. Here's everything we know so far, in chronological order:

Ten Days of 4/20 at iBake Denver
Through Monday, April 23, 4:20 p.m.
iBake Denver
6125 Washington Street

Denver cannabis club iBake will hold hookah and dab sessions, games and cookouts for 4/20 as the holiday approaches and leaves. Starting at 4:20 every day from April 14 to April 23, the members-only lounge will have various contests like Cards Against Humanity and toking relay races, and will serve up free doughnuts, cereal and ice cream sundaes on certain days; there will also be a raffle for heady prizes every night at 8 p.m. Entrance into the club (21+) requires a membership, which can be obtained online. Learn more on Facebook.

Caspa’s 420 Celebration of Music & Cannabis
Through Saturday, April 21
The Black Box
314 East 13th Avenue

Melodic, bass-heavy DJ Caspa is throwing a 4/20 party at the Black Box, starting with trivia and Cheba Hut subs with the man himself on April 18. Each subsequent day will feature more meet-and-greets and catered meals, as well as live music at 9 p.m. each night. There's also a visit to Myxed Up Creations (and its mobile cannabis lounge) throughout the day on 4/20. Tickets for each day of fun range from $10 to $30, but VIP passes for all three are available for $50. Learn more on the event's Facebook page.

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4/20 on the Rocks in 2017.
Miles Chrisinger

4/20 Week at Tetra 9
Through Sunday, April 22
Tetra 9 Private Lounge & Garden
3039 Walnut Street

Denver's newest private cannabis club will be hosting parties before, during and after 4/20. Although membership is required to enter Tetra 9, anyone 21 and older can acquire a membership online. Memberships range from $20 on the days before and after 4/20 to $50 on the holiday itself, but you can attend all four days for $100. Each event will be consumption-friendly and have various industry sponsors.

Four Days of 4/20 Bud Crawl
Through Sunday, April 22
Loopr Mobile Cannabis Lounge

Denver's most popular mobile cannabis lounge, the Loopr, will take riders on a special 4/20 edition of its dispensary bud crawl April 19 through April 22. After downloading the Loopr app for pick-up locations and admission, guests will be driven to different dispensaries each day — including Ballpark Holistic Dispensary, Colorado Harvest Company, Levels, Lucy Sky, Mighty Tree and Northern Lights Cannabis Co. — all while toking up as much as they'd like. Tickets (21+) for each day of the bud crawl are $45. Learn more on the Loopr website.

It Smoke How It Smell With Young Dolph
Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tetra 9 Private Lounge & Garden
3039 Walnut Street

On top of its already planned 4/20 events lineup, Tetra 9 will host a cannabis farmers' market, games, giveaways and other activities throughout the day with rapper Young Dolph. Membership is required to enter Tetra 9, but anyone 21 and older can acquire one online. Tickets (21+) to the event are $40 (or $100 to smoke with Young Dolph), but you can attend as part of Tetra's four days of 4/20 for $135. Learn more on Eventbrite.

Mile High 420 Festival
Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Civic Center Park
Broadway and Colfax Avenue
Under new promoters, the 4/20 event at Civic Center Park this year is no longer disguised as a political rally. Instead, the Mile High 420 Festival will have three stages of entertainment, with local craft and food vendors set up throughout the day. Headliners include Lil Wayne, Lil' Jon, The Original Wailers, Inner Circle, Whitewater Ramble and Taylor Alexander, with plenty of local musicians and comedians performing on other stages. The festival is free to attend.

Myxed Up 420!
Friday, April 20, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Myxed Up Creations Denver
5800 East Colfax Avenue

Colfax head shop Myxed Up Creations will be celebrating 4/20 throughout the day, giving away free merchandise and munchies as the Myxed Up party bus is parked outside for legal, social pot consumption (21+). DJs will be set up and playing music all day, with live glass-blowing demonstrations, raffles and Cheba Hut sandwiches making appearances throughout. The party is free to attend, but RSVP on Facebook first.

Cheba Hut 4/20
Friday, April 20, noon
Cheba Hut
745 Colorado Boulevard

Cheba Hut's Colorado Boulevard location will ring in 4/20 appropriately with a Montucky Cold Snacks beer-pong tournament, serving up Dulce Vida Tequila cocktails and bringing in High Hops Brewery for a tap takeover. Prizes from Myxed Up Creations will be awarded throughout the day, and bundles of nug-sized sandwiches and limited-edition Frisbees will be available for $4.20. Learn more on Facebook.

A Shotgun's Circus
Friday, April 20, noon
Smokin' Gun Apothecary
492 South Colorado Boulevard

Hosted by Smokin' Gun Apothecary and its sister strip club, Shotgun Willie's, this 21+ event will take place inside the dispensary (where there will be deals aplenty throughout the weekend) and in the parking lot, where attendees can carry drinks outside to the designated event area. Pot vendors, prizes, artists, a smoke bus and live music will be on hand for guests to enjoy — no admission required.

Third Annual 420 Weekend ExtravaGanja
Friday, April 20, through Sunday, April 22, 1 to 11 p.m.
3995 South Broadway, Englewood

Members-only pipe and tobacco shop Studio420 has been holding it down in Englewood as one of the metro area's small number of pot lounges for years now, and it's showing out on the big weekend. From April 20 to April 22, you can buy a membership for $20 per day to enter Studio420 (21+), with VIP and weekend passes available for prolonged membership and free gift bags.

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