HASH BASH IN ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Come to the 45th annual Hash Bash in Ann Arbor, Michigan on April 2nd! It's the oldest annual cannabis protest rally in the world!
The Monroe Street Fair, which is celebrating its fifteenth year, now hosts the Hash Bash and is inviting the world to this totally free event. It all starts at high noon on the 700 and 800 blocks of Monroe Street, two blocks south of the University of Michigan Diag. The Monroe Street Fair features music, comedy, poetry, guest speakers and a variety of over 40 merchants. This year, Tommy Chong is back again. He’ll be joining in the festivities from 1 – 6 pm. Attendees will have a chance to get an autograph or photo with him as well. Join Tommy in an epic 420-countdown!
The fair continues to bring hot emerging artists to the Monroe Street party stage and promotes the latest in world and local music to a wider audience. Hear the international Japanese sensation MUGEN HOSO, all the way from Tokyo! Plus, Bison Machine, King Jazzy, The Kung Fu Lovers, Zack and What Army, Black Note Graffiti and Bronze Mamba’s will rock your Saturday.
Over 40 featured merchants have teamed up with the Monroe Street Fair Team in helping to bring the totally free Ann Arbor Monroe Street Fair Hash Bash Festival to Ann Arbor this year.
RESCHEDULE 420 IN WASHINGTON D.C.
PUBLIC NOTICE: Due to popular demand, we’re rescheduling 4/20 this year to 4/2 because Obama’s been a BIG ZER0 on cannabis reform!
Gather outside the White House at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 2 and hear speakers from DCMJ and other cannabis advocacy groups. Be there at 4:20 p.m. for a mass-consumption of cannabis. This event is not seeking any type of permit from the National Park Police because it’s our constitutional right to peacefully gather and demand Obama stop being hypocrite. The 4:20 mass consumption includes smoking, vaping, but also eating. (Do you think the National Park Service will go after your brownies, gummies, rice crispy treats, or cookies? Doubtful.)
Let’s make the rescheduling of cannabis a campaign issue now! This is a challenge to the frontrunners. Will Donald Trump overturn DC’s legalization? Has Hillary evolved long enough on the issue of cannabis to support legalization? Will Bernie Sanders take a national legalization approach instead of a state-by-state approach? Most importantly, does President Obama want a legacy of being the president who finally ended the failed War on Drugs? We’re rescheduling 4/20 this year to find out. Join us!