The HI Cannabis Cup is a competition for the best cannabis grown in Hawai’i, of course… but it’s also so much more! It’s a competition, an exhibition, a concert, camping, a collaboration, and it’s truly a first-of-its-kind in Hawaii. With food and retail vendors, live music + DJs, demos + speakers, festival-style experiences, and special guests… you don’t want to miss this momentous event!
This is the premier gathering of cannabis industry professionals throughout our islands and a meeting place for the local Hawai’i cannabis community to network, socialize, and celebrate.
The HI Cannabis Cup will be held at Care Waialua Farm on the North Shore of O’ahu.
For those who are camping, the event gates open at 9 am on Thursday 02/02/23. We kindly ask that all campers are packed up and have exited the event grounds by Sunday 02/05/23, at 12 noon.
For those with event passes, gates open daily (Thur-Fri-Sat) at 12 noon and close at 10 pm.
There is a $10 charge per vehicle for a parking pass – it is valid for the entire weekend. These are issued on-site only. Please consider reducing your carbon footprint by carpooling!
Event Passes can be purchased upon entry starting at 12 noon (when gates open for attendees). The event pass is $60 at the door and is valid for Thursday, Friday and Saturday entry. Camping packages are offered as pre-sale, online only.
You are welcome to attend without a medical marijuana (329) card with the purchase of a 3-day event pass or camping package.
Children under 18 are free to attend, *BUT they must be accompanied and supervised by their ticket-holding parent or guardian.
For those who are camping: Children under 18 are ONLY allowed to stay in the private camping area, must be supervised, and must be accompanied by their ticket holding parent or guardian to their campsite. No minors will be allowed entry into the shared yurts.
To use Cannabis while at the event, you should have a valid 329 card as a HI state mmj patient. In accordance with all legal efforts to destigmatize, we will not stop anyone from consuming their medicine.