The Festivals You Should Be Attending (If You Aren’t Already)


Everyone has their own strong opinion when it comes to music festivals. From lamenting crowds that overhype the experience to identifying as a full out festival junkie, the pendulum swings from one side to the next at a rapid pace.
 
At the most basic level, music festivals are epic concerts. Multiple performers, killer ambiance, and ample accoutrements? Sign us up, obviously. Even better, there seems to be something for everyone: just pick your genre, destination, crew, and accompanying flower. The festival circuit is endless for those who are willing and able participants. And while some have a few more regulations in terms of how, where, or if you can get your high, our bevy of recommendations offer up a great time guaranteed.
 
Treasure Island Festival hits Oakland in October, and with lineup standouts such as Pusha T and A$AP Rocky, you’ll be sure to see us (and LA Kush goods) there.
 
Governor’s Ball may be an event that’s passed, but we’re already stoked for next year’s execution. What better way to kick off summer than with some Randall’s Island escapades?
 
And now an interlude to say our goodbyes (for now at least) to the late and great FYF Fest. Just last year, FYF illuminated Los Angeles with the reunion of A Tribe Called Quest. It was an epic weekend that was more deserving of a second version than most. Here’s to hoping it gets resurrected.
 
Lightning in a Bottle is one of those festival anomalies that brings together burners, EDM kids, and anyone in between. Showers are sparse and porta-potties aplenty, but the beats and vibes that last all through the night make it all worthwhile.
 
Afropunk Fest Brooklyn fires up in BK this August, and we’re banking on Tyler, The Creator giving one hell of a show.
 
With names like Post Malone, Travis Scott, and Tyler, The Creator on the ticket for Osheaga may be positioning itself for its best year yet. Sure, Canada may seem far, but once you’re in that crowd will it really matter? Spoiler alert: it won’t.
 
Not a fan of music? Just want to chill? We get it. The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire may be your new mecca. You’ve got to wait until next year for this bad boy, but now you know that there’s a spot for you to drink like you’re recovering from the Dark Ages.
 
While it doesn’t look like Brockhampton will be there, Detroit’s Mo Pop has a list of performers that hit that sweet spot of genre blending magic.
 
Skate parks, athlete pop ups, exclusive merchandise drops, and great music: that’s what Agenda Festival in LBC has on the docket. We’re there and we know you’re there, too with some OG in hand.
 
There you have it. Time to buy your tickets, get the prep in order, and we’ll see you there. And for any attendees heading to California festivals and happen to be making the drive north, south, east, or west—be sure to make a pit stop at our store for some LA Kush. After all, SoCal does it best.

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