While hosting their 2nd annual Hip-Hop and medical marijuana celebration, Hollywood Unlocked exclusively covered the fully-loaded 2017 High Life Music Festival at the National Orange Show Events Center in San Bernardino, CA.

Moreover, the fest fuses together the best in Hip-Hop with Southern California’s premier MMJ growers, breeders, edible chefs and extract artists.

Additionally, over the 2-day period, some of the greats and newcomers hit the stage like: Young Dolph; TwistaYoung JeezyYo GottiWaka FlockaTee GrizzleyFat Joe; and more.

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Furthermore, last year’s lineup included acts like: DMXNipsey Hussle; Too ShortLil Debbie; Rick Ross; Bone Thugs N Harmony; DJ Who Kidd; E40; Chanel West Coast; and more.

In addition to the concerts and plentiful product showcases empowered by Brass Knuckles, the event hosted various competitions for growers to present their best: flower; concentrate; edibles; tinctures; topical; vape; THC grades; and more.

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Also, located in their Prop 215 Medicated Area, patrons of age and with valid credentials were able to browse various MMJ vendors along with other trade-show activities surrounding the medically legal plant.

Moreover, Prop 215 (Proposition 215 or the Compassionate Use Act of 1996) is a California law legalizing the consumption of medical cannabis.

Yet, its passing comes despite safety and efficacy testing by the Food and Drug Administration.

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Additionally, the proposition was approved and enacted on November 5, 1996.

Consequently, making California one of fourteen states to allow its medical uses.

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