Harvest Fest Event Recap: Woodstock Meets Sturgis
Edibles Magazine|Edibles Magazine - Issue 64 - The Holidaze Issue
Just a short scenic drive east from Tulsa lies a utopia of sprawling campsites and natural beauty known as Copperhead Rally Grounds in Spavinaw, Oklahoma.
Laine Durand

Typically known for its motorcycle rallies, this versatile venue would soon prove to be the mecca for all types of cannabis consumers, industry folk, and artists of all mediums on this side of the state. Once I caught wind of the event, I packed my bag and embarked on a journey to catch a glimpse of the 2nd Annual Harvest Fest. The event promised chill vibes, excellent vendors, and amazing bands. It certainly delivered just that!

As I turned into the campgrounds and hit the dusty lot my excitement began to swell. I was greeted by a small group of friendly helpful staff. After a few short minutes in line, I was handed my pass and took off to find parking which there was an abundance of. A short stroll to the gate and I was inside the festival, ready to toke, talk and shop to my heart’s content.

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