Day Two got underway with informal vape pen testing in the VIP lounge. Paragon by Cloud Pen was the favorite.
Avg. Joe Genetics is a newcomer to the cannabis scene offering super seeds.
Vendors arrived at the Cup with special guest stars who traveled in their own vehicles.
A summer rainstorm soaked the Cup in mid-afternoon, but not the spirits of the attendees.
Twistid, favorites of the Juggalo scene, brought their unique energy to the Cannabis Cup.
Jamie Lowell and Darrell Stavros, long-time figures on the Michigan cannabis industry, shared a birthday on Saturday.
At 4:20, Advanced Nutrients held a $1,000 raffle, which elevated the buzz of one lucky stoner.
The folks at Nitrology served up delicious, instant ice cream using their nitrogen technology.
Brandon of 3rd Generation Family enjoyed the fruits of his stellar seed company Terp Hogz.
A superstar joint roller created this homage to the HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup.
Stoner couples, despite their differences, usually find common ground.
Bluegrass star Billy Strings took the stage to kick off a night of concerts.
Piercing performance art provided a macabre sideshow to the Cannabis Cup party.
Josh Keasler of Skunkwerks hosted a pavilion of Michigan canna-businesses.
The Pennsylvania bluegrass band Cabinet rocked the late afternoon crowd.
Headliner Shooter Jennings, son of legendary Waylon, took the stage…
…then welcomed The Waymore Outlaws for a night of new and classic country music.
Fireworks exploded in the skies over Clio to close Day Two of the HIGH TIMES Medical Cannabis Country Fair Cup.
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