If you’re planning on getting lit, don’t drive. Seriously. (Also, designated parking areas for festival-goers are not available.)
To encourage using other means of transportation besides driving, 420 on the Block has officially partnered with Lyft to distribute an exclusive promo code for their attendees. For those using a rideshare or calling a cab, the drop-off/pick-up area is located on 39th Avenue and Elati Street, just a short block away from the festival grounds. Additionally, 420 on the Block is partnered with My 420 Tours to offer shuttle services to and from the festival. Check the info on the festival’s website for further information.
Bike parking is available just outside the festival entrance, but don’t forget your bike lock! And for those taking the RTD, you can plan your route here.
Coming in from out of town? Denver International Airport (DEN), is the closest main airport hub.
Fox Street Compound is conveniently located in the heart of Denver, Colorado, giving attendees plenty of options for accomodations. While 420 on the Block doesn’t have official lodging partners, attendees can easily find hotels, hostels, and Airbnbs just a short distance away from the venue.
Must Be 21+
It probably goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway in case you didn’t know. 420 on the Block and the 420 Bazaar are only open to those 21 and over. Don’t forget your ID!
Party Like a VIP
VIPs get a swag bag, drink tickets, exclusive viewing areas next to the stage, VIP-only bars (say hello to shorter lines and wait times!), and more.
VIP fomo? Don’t worry, it’s not too late. You can still upgrade your GA pass to a VIP. Check out the FAQs to learn how you can upgrade your ticket.
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop
Keep the party going all night long at one of the many after parties. Check the website for more details and to purchase tickets.