Cypress Hill Smokeout Festival 2012
Joe | Jan 19, 2012 | Comments 0
This year’s Cypress Hill Smokeout Festival has a stellar line-up that includes multi-platinum artists like Sublime, Wiz Khalifa, Korn and of course Cypress Hill. It all goes down Saturday, March 3rd at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA.
In addition to the two stages of music, some of the unique attractions at the CYPRESS HILL SMOKEOUT FESTIVAL include the Medical Marijuana Expo featuring the leading hemp industry exhibits and expert panel discussions, and the Patient Consumption Area providing private and peaceful area for registered California medical marijuana patients. There will also be a Massive Munchie Garden, interactive vendor village and more.
The expert discussion panels at the festival will feature educational and informative conversations led by the most influential and dedicated speakers on the topic. Audience Q&A sessions will follow each panel. This year’s panel topics include:
- Cannabis Activism: With elections approaching and cannabis being in the media limelight more and more each day, it is imperative we represent ourselves as professional cannabis connoisseurs.
- Cannabis as Medicine: Young medical cannabis patients and their parents come together to tell incredible stories of how cannabis is saving their lives. Joining them will be an Expert Patient Consultant from an LA Collective and the President of a Cannabis Testing Laboratory.
- Does Prohibition Work?: Cannabis experts discuss the devastating effects of prohibition and how it might be doing more harm than good.
- Artist Panel: Medicine and music create a powerful force of influence when combined.
Tickets for the Smokeout Festival are available now via www.ticketfly.com. Guerilla Union advises fans to sign up for the official mailing list on www.smokeoutfestival.com to receive the most up-to-date festival information and new announcements.
Smokeout 2012 Line-up
Sublime with Rome
The Dirty Heads
Low End Theory (Daddy Kev, Nobody, Gaslamp Killer, D-Styles, Nocando)
Great music and cannabis activism. A merging of freedom and entertainment that you won’t want to miss if you are going to be in the Southern California on March 3rd.
And be sure to check out our Open Letter on Behalf of 30 Million Cannabis Users and join us in our fight!