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High Holiday

By Sensi Staff
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Refreshed, online, and free to the public, Ann Arbor, Michigan’s Hash Bash is celebrating its 50th birthday with a focus on the need for federal legalization and repairing the harms inflicted by the drug war.

“Hash Bash is committed to the advocacy of federal cannabis legalization and to giving cannabis users and patients a voice,” said the event’s MC, Anqunette Sarfoh, a medical marijuana patient and former Fox News anchor. It sounds like good time with a mission.

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The Hash Bash Livestream (a choice organizers made based on the appearance of a COVID-19 “variant of concern” into Michigan) will last several hours and begin at the traditional time of High Noon (yuk-yuk) on Saturday, April 3rd. Several political leaders will speak, including Attorney General Dana Nessel, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-MI), Senator Jeff Irwin (D-Ann Arbor); a variety show will follow.

Organizers say the event will focus on commemorating accomplishments major and minor and on the need for federal legalization and social justice.

The 2021 National Cannabis Festival is postponed for the second year in a row, but check for details about high holiday events happening around the nation all month long.

Pennsylvania Cannabis Festival

Kutztown, PA / April 17 & 18, 2021

Pennsylvania’s largest cannabis culture event has live music and art, 150-plus cannabis culture vendors, tasty morsels, “cannacentic” workshops, medical card certifications, hemp products, live flameworks, and more.

420 Cannabis Music Festival

Lansing, MI / August 13 & 14, 2021

The first official Michigan marijuana smoke-friendly event celebrates the legalization of recreational cannabis in Michigan with live music, food trucks, and merchandise vendors while adhering to CDC and Michigan social distancing guidelines.

National Cannabis Freedom Festival

Brooklyn, NY / April 19 & 20, 2021

The Educational Cannabis festival in New York is sponsored by minority group ButterMilk 420 Farms. Expect state officials, growers, industry professionals, and seminars along with music, vendors, exhibitors, and interactive video.