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Recap: HighLife Music Festival 2018 ~ NOS Center

9:54 PM PDT on September 10, 2018

    [dropcap size=big]H[/dropcap]ighLife Music Festival is a two-day music, lifestyle, and cannibis event held at the NOS Center in San Bernardino. With summer almost coming to a close, this was the event to attend. Live performances by MC LYFE, Da Nomads, Evil Minded, The Cloaks, Pawz One, Noa James, Vel The Wonder, Casino G, Squad Music Group, Patient Picasso, Reverie, Grouch & Eligh, Sick Jacken, Rich The Kid and Wale. Scroll the page for more photos of the festivities during this event.

    Cryptic Tattoo from Azusa California providing your ink to skin needs.

    The Main Stage for all the performances at HL18.

    Casino G with his live band.
    Squad Music Group took the stage in the early afternoon.

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    Kush Tacos ... need we say more? Get your order of tacos with an extra kick of CBD or THC infused flavors.

    Top: Brothers OG  / Bottom: WeedHeads Edibles

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    Local hip-hop rapper Vel the Wonder performing on the second stage.

    Rapper RJ from Los Angeles gassed up the crowd. Left to Right: Famous Dex and Rich The Kid shared the stage for #HL18.

    Northeast El Eh's own hip-hop artist Reverie. Bay area rapper /entrepreneur and owner of famed marijuana dispensary Cookies in Maywood, Berner.

    Grouch & Eligh together again on the second stage. Will there be new music? Stay tuned.

    Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm end the night at the second stage for HL18.

    UPDATE: If you attended the the first day HL18, you know the controversy of the co-headlining acts The Game and Nipsey Hussle, that did not perform for the crowd. Here are explanations post to their Instagram accounts stating why they did not perform.

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