Toronto’s can’t miss show will dazzle the cannabis and psychedelics world with an exclusive industry celebration at a legendary location
Toronto, Ontario — Hot on the heels of last month’s reveal of surprises and a-ha moments in-store at Lift&Co. Expo, the team behind Canada’s no. 1 cannabis and psychedelics event, taking place November 18 – 21, 2021, shares its most exciting announcement yet. In addition to a high-energy, immersive schedule, including the Lift Psychedelics Business Summit, Lift Cannabis Business Conference and Lift&Co. Expo Industry & Consumer Days trade show, an exclusive Lift&Co. Expo After Party presented by Hawthorne™ on Saturday, November 20th is set to dazzle guests with a celebration of the industry at Toronto’s iconic, newly-reopened El Mocambo.
The twist? Only those with a “Golden Ticket” may pass the velvet rope into the After Party. “Golden Tickets” will be given away and raffled off on Friday, November 19th and Saturday, November 20th at Lift&Co. Expo by exhibitors, ambassadors, and event staff. So, you must purchase and attend Lift&Co. Expo in order to have an opportunity to win entrance to the after-party. The party then kicks off at 8:30 p.m. EST on Saturday with a surprise opening act, followed by the night’s headliner, Toronto’s artistic alternative rock group Birds of Bellwoods.
“We could not wait to announce this exciting after-party to all our attendees, exhibitors, media and staff,” says Shawn Pierce, President of Strategic Events, Meetings & Incentives at event producer, MCI. “Hawthorne™ is pulling out all the stops in celebration of the dynamic cannabis and psychedelics industries that make Lift&Co. Expo the most anticipated event of the year. Now, I just need to make sure to get my hands on one of those Golden Tickets!”
Tickets are on sale now for Lift&Co. Expo 2021, but they’re going fast. Secure your spot today for Canada’s no. 1 cannabis and psychedelics event – and after-party experience!
MCI is the global leader in engaging and activating audiences. Our business is founded on a simple human insight: When people come together, magic happens. Since 1987, we have been bringing people together through inspiring meetings, events, congresses and association or community management. MCI helps organizations harness the power of community by applying our strategic engagement and activation solutions to build unforgettable online and offline experiences that foster change, inspire, educate and enhance business performance. MCI is an independently owned company headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and boasts a global presence with 2,500+ professionals in 61 offices and 31 countries, who work with clients across Europe, the Americas, Asia-Pacific, India, and the Middle East. Visit us at http://www.mci-group.com or Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook.
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