Get Ready for Illinois' Cannabis-Friendly Music Festival This Summer

Get Ready for Illinois’ Cannabis-Friendly Music Festival This Summer

In September, a two-day immersive outdoor festival combining the worlds of music and cannabis will make a comeback to northern Illinois.

The Miracle in Mundelein, which created history as the first music festival in Illinois to allow on-site cannabis usage the previous year, is set to return the weekend of September 7-8.

The festival will take place in north suburban Mundelein at 1325 Armour Blvd., directly across from RISE Cannabis Mundelein Recreational Dispensary.

Attendees of the festival must be at least 21 years old.

Leading performers of the year include Steel Pulse, Shwayze, Raekwon & GZA (of Wu-Tang), and Wiz Khalifa:

Saturday, Sept. 7 :

  • Steel Pulse
  • DJ Ca$h Era
  • Wiz Khalifa
  • Raekwon & GZA (of Wu Tang) with The Soul Rebels

Sunday, Sept. 8 :

  • Shwayze
  • DJ Papa G
  • Slightly Stoopid
  • Rebelution

The festival’s organizers have announced that it would have “unique brand activations, rolling stations, a cannabis beverage garden, and dab bars.”

Visitors to the festival have the option to buy goods at the neighboring RISE Dispensary Mundelein. Festival regulations will apply to anyone bringing their own cannabis supply.

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How can tickets be bought?

To register for pre-sale tickets, which open at noon on Thursday, May 30, click this link. Public tickets go on sale the following day, Friday, May 31, at noon.

The starting price for tickets is $79.

The first-ever “Miracle in Mundelein” lineup from the previous year featured appearances by Stephen Marley, Action Bronson, Cypress Hill, and more.

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