Hempalooza buzzing into Beamsville October 9 to 11

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Published August 10, 2021 at 3:41 pm

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Word is ‘buzzing’ about an event coming to Beamsville this October.

Hempalooza is coming to town October 9 to 11. Billed as “the first outdoor, grassroots, hemp and cannabis festival,” attendees will have the opportunity to learn about medical and recreational cannabis in a safe and educational atmosphere.

Co-Founder of Hempalooza, Nicki Inch, said in a release, “Hempalooza has been a dream of ours for a very long time and it is so exciting seeing it all come together. We wanted to create a safe space in this beautiful region for those that are curious or experienced cannabis users. Hempalooza encourages the de-stigmatization around cannabis and cannabis use.”

Workshops and seminars will be available on a wide variety of topics, including: how to grow cannabis in your own backyard and cooking with cannabis. Attendees will be able to find the latest in hemp and cannabis accessories, as well as enjoy the usual festival activities such as music, food and more.

“The vision of Hempalooza was to bring the cannabis industry together in a fun, safe atmosphere. There are so many great companies and brands, we wanted to bring them all to the community of Niagara,” says Sean Polden, Co-Founder of Hempalooza.

Attendees must be aged 19 or older in order to attend the festival.

“Expect to find a variety of interactive exhibits, educational sessions, cannabis producers and accessory companies,” said the release. “Festival guests will also be able to speak with industry professionals to learn about both cannabis physical and mental health benefits, pain management, as well as discover the latest in product accessories.”

Residents interested in attending the event can get tickets at: hempalooza.ca. Early bird ticket sales are $25 per day or $60 for a three day pass. After August 31, tickets will be $35 per day or $80 for a three day pass.

The event will be held at 324 Thirty Rd in Beamsville.

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