The HIGH TIMES Potathlon consisted of five events. In the obstacle course, the first obstacle was completing a clean bong hit. Referees watched closely to ensure the chamber was cleared.
The Potathlon’s joint-rolling competition was won by Tyler Thomas of the National Joint Rolling League for this mini-bong made from Raw rolling papers.
Radicale Genetics took third place in Best CBD Flowers for Cellar CBD.
Mataren Organic Farms offered dabs to all in their hot pink booth.
Ooze is an aptly named company that merchandises everything a dabber could need in the concentrates market.
Josh Keasler of Skunkwerks, Sapo-Worldwide and Brandon of 3rd Family Generation love their Zkittlez!
The ladies of the Green Zone put Cup-goers in the stoned zone.
At 4:20, the Herbal Solutions booth drew a huge crowd with giveaways, including a dollar bill-shooting cannon.
Laith Al-Saadi, the pride of Michigan who gained national attention on “The Voice,” performed on Saturday afternoon.
Michigan activist legend John Sinclair smoked up backstage prior to performing a few songs with Laith Al-Saadi.
The Martinez Studio Art Club created this sand sculpture to honor our military veterans.
LightSky Farms won two Cannabis Cups for Best Vape Pen and Best CBD Concentrate.
Arborside, one of Ann Arbor’s top dispensaries, won Cups for Best CBD Edible and Best Hybrid Flower.
Captain Kirk’s Edibles won the prize for Best Edible for Key Lime Ganja Pops.