.Upcoming Cannabis Country Fair Canceled

It was meant to unite California’s growing cannabis community, headed by the folks behind The Emerald Cup and boasting musical acts and camping fun amid educational programs and organic cuisine. But, marijuana enthusiasts just got the bad news that the planned inaugural Cannabis Country Fair, set to take place July 21-23 at Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville, has been canceled by organizers.

In a statement posted on the event’s website and Facebook page today, Emerald Cup founder and producer Tim Blake explained the decision to cancel the Cannabis Country Fair:

Due to a short production time frame, promotional hurdles and challenging situations for our cannabis farmers, we have unfortunately decided to cancel this year’s inaugural Cannabis Country Fair. Refunds will immediately be issued at the point of purchase.
This was a difficult decision for our team to make. We realize that our industry is going through rapid changes that are impacting every aspect of our lives.
We strive to create the best onsite experience for our festival patrons to unite the cannabis community in a safe, inspiring and beautiful space. Providing this unique event experience is very important to us. We are excited to move forward with this year’s Emerald Cup, taking place December 9-10, 2017 in Sonoma, California.
We want to thank you for your continued support, and look forward to celebrating with you at this year’s Emerald Cup.

We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.


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