The Cannabis Business Summit & Expo takes place in San Francisco, California this December 15–17. As the city that launched the medical cannabis movement, San Francisco is the perfect city to welcome legal cannabis professionals from coast to coast for several days of discovery, learning, and networking. At the gateway to the Emerald Triangle — the largest cannabis-producing region in the nation — San Francisco also offers an impressive collection of parks, museums, and cultural sites. Plan now to join your peers for a truly unique learning and networking experience.
We are working very closely with our hospitality and convention facility partners to ensure both the center and exhibit hall are safe. Click here for Cannabis Business Summit Health & Safety information.
Located in downtown San Francisco, the Moscone Center is a walkable distance from more than two-thirds of the City’s 34,000 hotel rooms and only steps from Union Square shopping. Covering more than 20 acres on three adjacent blocks, the venue is the centerpiece of a vibrant neighborhood including major hotels, numerous cultural venues, museums, galleries, restaurants and parks.
Oakland International Airport(OAK) is California’s fourth largest airport, with more than 11 million passengers passing through our gates every year. Today, 13 airlines offer nonstop service to a growing list of 55 international and domestic destinations. It’s the closest airport to the region’s top tourism and entertainment venues and the closest airport for most.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) offers non-stop flights to more than 50 international destinations on more than 40 international carriers. The Bay Area’s largest airport connects nonstop with 88 cities in the U.S. on 12 domestic airlines.
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Both airports have connections to Moscone Center via Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). Once you’ve arrived, explore the city with San Francisco’s Muni transit system. Don’t let the famous hills fool you; San Francisco is ranked as one of the top walking cities in the U.S.
Unfortunately, the Moscone Center does not include a public parking facility. Listed below are public parking garages near the facility, each of which provide certain spaces reserved for use by authorized, handicapped individuals.