Join us October 8th and 9th at the NOS Center in San Bernardino for the HIGH TIMES 2016 Medical Cannabis Cup, where we’ll show you what marijuana legalization will look like in five years.
HIGH TIMES taught the world to grow, and now we’re giving you a live cannabis experience, featuring a live grow room, “Roll to the Polls” pavilion, dab rig exposition, topical massage spa, kitchen demos, vape pen clinic and so much more!
The Medical Cannabis Cup will feature the first-ever, onsite HIGH TIMES living grow room! Stop to smell the flowers—live and real—and see what most have only seen in the pages of HIGH TIMES. Like stepping into a HT photo shoot, experience the set-up, lights and plants, as HIGH TIMES’ favorite grow experts Danny Danko and Nico Escondido lead you on a tour of the garden, including time for discussions, questions and answers. Top growers will give demonstrations on nutrients, lighting, room conditions, harvesting and more!
With one month until the 2016 election, the Medical Cannabis Cup will host the HIGH TIMES “Roll to the Polls” Pavilion to shine a spotlight on marijuana legalization. Here, you’ll find a rally stage for activists, panels on legal and veterans issues, non-profit exhibitors and the opportunity to hear from government representatives. Learn everything you need to know about marijuana legalization initiatives around the country, including California’s AUMA, then pledge (and register!) to cast your vote in local and federal elections.
The marijuana movement is continually evolving, and the Medical Cannabis Cup will put you at the forefront of the latest studies, technology and industry trends. Learn about the healing properties of CBD and THC at a medical research seminar; get behind-the-scenes scoop on the science of lab testing; and explore new technology at our vape pen clinic. More interested in the expanding economic opportunities? Cannabusiness breakout sessions will be offered at all levels, along with jobs panels and a bud tender workshop.
Shatter, wax, oil, crumble, sap, budder—concentrates. Call them what you want (consistency aside), dabbing is one of our favorite ways to get high, and we want to spread that love. The Medical Cannabis Cup will feature rosin press demonstrations, a dab rig exposition and even glass blowing! Not to mention, 710-inspired panels and seminars will offer grow tips for extract artists, touching on all types of concentrates.
The Medical Cannabis Cup will also highlight the versatility of marijuana. Even if you choose not to smoke or vape, you can still benefit from our favorite herb’s healing properties. Get relaxed at our topical massage spa and chow down with curated edible cuisine pairings. Looking to learn? Attend a tinctures workshop, an infused topical class and kitchen demos with HIGH TIMES’ edibles editor Elise McDonough.
Don’t miss out get your tickets today!
Interested in volunteering? Work in exchange for a ticket to the 2016 Medical Cannabis Cup! Apply HERE.
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