Enchanted Forest Gathering is Northern California’s premiere music festival that takes lifestyle, music, and adventure to a whole new level. The festival is now making history becoming the second US music festival to offer an onsite medical marijuana dispensary where festival goers/patients are able to choose from a variety of Emerald Pharms high-quality products. Emerald Pharms “specializes in regional heirloom genetics and has an extensive selection of high-quality, lab-tested CBD-rich and THC products, including edibles, topicals, tinctures, sublingual sprays, gel caps, and strain-specific vape oil cartridges, as well as flower, seeds, and clones.” Not only do attendees get to experience an amazing atmosphere, over 70 of the best artists, musical acts, performances, but even the best medical marijuana in NorCal.
The event has a no-alcohol policy promoting “get saucy, not sauced!”
This festival is unlike any other. Although alcohol is a huge factor in the music scene, Enchanted Forest Gathering promotes a safe festival environment where people are free to open their minds without the use of substances like alcohol. An onsite medical marijuana dispensary is another stride towards accepting medical marijuana and eliminates the paranoia, and skepticism of marijuana use in a festival environment. The onsite dispensary benefits the patients, the festival, and the medical marijuana community.
“While alcohol may not be present, EFG hosts no less of a party atmosphere with an emphasis on conscious movement and dance, as a return to our bodies and an alternative to alcohol. From embracing #FreeTheNipple, to a literal non-stop Saucy Spa shower party, the lack of alcohol and mutual coherent respect of one another, along with a manageable and capped attendance create an intimacy and inspiration for self-expression that isn’t found at any other festival in the US.”
For more info regarding the festival, tickets, lineup, & more check out their official website. Don’t miss this experience taking place July 22-24 at Black Oak Ranch in Northern California.