February 16th – February 18th
CannaCon is a 3 day expo and Conference in Seattle focused on the cannabis industry.
Here we are. We’re in. CannaCon is up, running and you can smell the excitement in the air. But you find yourself asking “What now?” If you are among those who have a phobia of planning, these instructions are for you. When you go, how long, how much are the tickets, how to get there, where to eat, what to see at CannaCon. We will guide you, step by step, to maximize your time and to make sure you don’t miss the highlights.
The first thing that will be helpful? A pair of comfortable shoes and a raincoat/umbrella. There is a 90% chance of rain, so come prepared. Secondly, seminar doors open at 09:00 am and Expo doors open at 10:00 am.
How do you buy CannaCon tickets and how much do they cost?
The choice of passes all comes down to what you want to experience. If you want to take advantage of the whole 3 day, all access CannaCon extravaganza, the 3 day all access pass is what you need, It will costs you $300. It might seem a bit steep, but it includes a Budtender Certification Course (worth $200) and 3 days of music, food, learning, fun and shopping. If you want to get into the industry, the Budtender Certification Course and 3 day seminar ($200 each) is a must! You will see, that the all access is actually what you need in that case. If you want to shop and check out the latest Cannabis related products, you can opt for the 1 day ($20) or 3 day ($50) Expo only pass. If that was a mouthful, here it is in a simple layout!
CannaCon has an App
The official mobile app is in the stores under “CannaCon 2016”
Features of the App:
* Update – a quick way to share photos, comments, and which session you’re attending.
* Activity Feed – the real-time pulse of the event. See what people are saying, view photos from the event, and find trending sessions and topics.
* Agenda – view the full agenda and related information (session time, room number, speaker info, etc)
* Users – see who’s at the event, and connect with them on the app
* Exhibitors – find exhibitors and sponsors, and leave comments or ratings
What’s to eat at CannaCon
CannaCon will have an extensive food truck choice! Prepared to be enthused, anything from Greek to Japanese, your taste buds with delight. If you are budgeting, a meal will set you back between $5 – $8.
Athena’s – “Greek Gyros, Calzone, Sub Sandwiches, Souvlaki”
BeanFish – “Japanese fish-shaped waffle sandwiches with sweet or savory fillings stuffed inside”
Big Dog’s – “A classic and one of a kind Seattle Dog”
The Biscuit Box – “Flaky & Buttery biscuits smothered in local flavor”
Bread and Circuses – “Rotating food menu based around Gastropub style”
Express Mexican Grill – “Delicious combination of Mexican & American food catered toward lunch and breakfast”
Gai Box – “Chicken & Rice served with fragrant herbs and spices”
Galaxy Donuts – “DONUTS”
Kiss Me Grits – Kiss My Grits is about the low country cuisine I grew up with to Seattle and celebrating our region’s incredible produce and seafood.
Lumpia World – “Filipino-Japanese-Island Fusion ”
MyLilSweetCakes – “Hotcakes on a stick”
Peasant Food Manifesto – “Comfort Food”
PICNIC – “Hearty Sandwiches, healthy NorthWest seasonal soups & more craveables ”
Woodshop BBQ – “Kansas City BBQ”