local + regional reggae and hip hop

Iya Terra


Mouse Powell


Desert Fish

Marley B

YoungMe (emcee)


Cannabis Expo
(lots of free product, baby)

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Public Market
@ MSA Annex grounds 3-10pm

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What's the schedule?

2:30-3:30p doors / expo opens / DJ 3:30-4:15p Marley B 4:20 - A very special 420 group moment 4:20-4:45p expo / DJ 4:45-530p Desert Fish 5:30-6p expo / DJ 6:00-6:45p Chuuwee 6:45-7:10p expo / DJ 7:10 - - A very special 710 group moment 7:20-8:30p Grieves + Mouse Powell 8:30-9:00p expo / DJ 9:00-10:00p Aya Terra (headliner) 10p close doors

What if it rains? Can I get a refund?

This festival is rain or shine! All Sales Final / No Refunds.

Will ticket prices increase?

Yes, tickets will increase as inventory is sold through, and as we get closer to the festival dates. We always recommend purchasing in advance to save the most money. Tickets are also often SOLD OUT ahead of the festival, so lock in the good vibes now.

Will there be food?

Oh yeah. Tucson Foodie is one of the producers, so we gotta do it up right. There will be lots of delicious food for sale. VIP ticket holders get to enjoy some of that delicious food for free.

Are pets or emotional support animals allowed?

No, we do not allow pets or emotional support animals. However, registered service dogs are permitted to enter the event per ADA guidelines. If you need clarification on whether or not your dog is considered a service dog, please refer to the first section of the service dog FAQs on

Can I bring in food, water or alcohol?

There is no outside food or alcohol allowed into the festival, but you are able to bring in sealed water bottles and empty reusable personal water bottles to refill at one of our hydration stations. We will have plenty of food options from local vendors for you to choose from. We will have FREE water refill station available as well as multiple drink vendors selling delicious, refreshing NA adult beverages. Please note that all items will be subject to search upon arrival.

I'm a photographer. Can I come take photos?

To apply for a media pass, text Shane at (636) 538-0326.

What can I not bring?

Allowed Items: Chairs Regular-sized or unframed backpacks Empty, refillable plastic or aluminum bottles, & Camelbak’s Sealed water up to 1L Cigarettes and E-Cigarettes Deodorant, Sunscreen Hula Hoops Personal Umbrellas Prohibited Items: Outside food or beverage items Alcohol or Flasks Coolers Glass Containers Illegal substances, drugs, or drug paraphernalia Illegal or unauthorized vending Knives or weapons of any kind Professional photo, video, or audio recording devices without prior approval Professional video or audio recording devices without prior approval Drones, UAVs, or UFOs Lasers or light pointers Animals or pets (except registered service animals that assist people with disabilities, please contact us in advance) Flammable lanterns or fire of any kind Fireworks or any types of explosives Skateboards, scooters or personalize motor vehicles Bicycles inside the festival grounds Tents or canopies Wagons or carts of any type Instruments, megaphones, horns, or noisemakers Soliciting Pepper spray Spray paint, large markers

Will there be First Aid on site?

Of course, we have a dedicated medical tent with professional EMT units to help when needed.

Will there by re-entry?

Yes, with the proper wristband.

What's the best way to get there? (Transportation)

While there will be plenty of parking in the gravel lots surrounding the MSA Annex, we recommend taking the Sunlink Street Car, which stops directly in front of the MSA Annex (how convenient) and is currently free to ride (also convenient). More info at:

I want to volunteer. How can I help?

Email Shane at

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