Saturday, January 16, 2010

Cannapalooza - 3 Day Head Shop Party In Vegas 3/19-21, 2010

Cannapalooza is a big head shop party ($15 per day or $25 for all three days - great admission price) happening in Vegas this spring. Like California, Nevada is also on the list of places where medical was voted legal and has a government registry program in place.

The USA Hemp Museum, a private museum with a virtual wing, is proud to announce it's participation in Cannapalooza, "the international marketplace for all things cannabis."  Cannapalooza will be held at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada on March 19-21, 2010. There is a discount on rooms that expires February 19, 2010.

This is the first such gathering in Vegas, making it historic and awe inspiring for folks into industrial, medical and recreational cannabis, hemp, marijuana, ganga, weed, maryjane, etc.  At this gathering, the USA Hemp Museum will show choice pieces from the collection, have copies of the books in the HEMP FOR VICTORY series that are available on (A Global Warming Solution, The Wonder Herb and The Trillion Dollar Crop) by museum founder and curator Richard M. Davis, and answer questions on everything hemp. is reporting:

"The event will span 50,000 square feet of convention center space and is designed to provide an entertaining forum where everyone from industry insiders and medical marijuana users to those with a casual interest can gather to celebrate the culture. Attendees will be surrounded by every imaginable product including hand blown glassware, industrial hemp goods and more. For three days Cannapalooza will be the largest head shop on the planet."

From the Cannapalooza site:

"Don't miss our educational symposium with great speakers who are all industry insiders. A wide range of topics will be addressed in an informal, fun and entertaining way. Topics include legalization, decriminalization, medicinal benefits, debunking marijuana myths, simple home garden techniques, green agricultural technologies and much more."

To stay up to date you can follow Cannapalooza on Twitter, Facebook and MySpace.  We'll keep posting as more information is available.

Hope to hemp you there.  In the meantime, come on by the USA Hemp Museum's site, and learn the many ways hemp can help us save ourselves now.

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