Cannabis Day has always been the perfect event for all of the proud Canna-dians out there, and this year there’s even more to celebrate because it is Canada’s 150th birthday.
For this milestone year, Cannabis Day has been moved from the Vancouver Art Gallery to Thornton Park, located on the northern corner of Terminal and Main, directly in front of Pacific Central Station.
It’s interesting to note that Cannabis Day 2017 will be somewhat historic as it will be going down as the last Cannabis Day to be held while cannabis is still technically illegal. That is all set to change Cannabis/Canada Day 2018. So if you’ve never checked Cannabis Day out before, this is your last chance to gain the bragging rights that you’ve been coming to Cannabis Day since before it was legal!
Be sure to check out all the goods and goodies at the famous Cannabis Day Farmer’s Market, groove to the live music, and listen to industry experts and activists such as Jodie Emery and Dana Larsen.
The Farmer’s Market always draws thousands of people, and if you’d like to be a vendor, tables are free and without reservations, but please keep in mind that space is limited and it’s first-come, first-served.
Cannabis Day goes from 12-7pm, but make sure to set your watch for the massive smoke-out at 4:20pm to enjoy a different kind of fireworks.
So let the good times and joints roll this Canada Day at Thornton Park with one of the best ways to spend your July 1st- celebrating Cannabis Day with thousands of fellow Canna-dians.