After High Times put the kibosh on Cannabis Cup, it was a possibility that Hash Bash could be canceled, but now that we’re here, all we can say is
But it’s for the best. With school campuses closing, as well as hearing whispers of bigger companies sending people to work from home, it’s not a huge shocker that it’s being considered.
Right now, the report released by the Detroit Free Press states that they’re looking to move the historic event that celebrates our favorite green plant.
Nick Zettell, the lead organizer of the event, however, said he didn’t know who posted the following tweet, which has since been removed:
“In light of the news surrounding COVID-19, Hash Bash will be making proactive moves to help protect our participants & the greater overall interests of public health, by postponing to the fall.”
Zettell told the Free Press that someone got ahead of themselves and posted it, and the ruling hasn’t officially been made.
“We’re taking it very seriously right now and looking at all options and coordinating with the university to determine what their policy says and what developments might occur with public events on campus,” he said. “By week’s end, we’ll figure out what our best move is.”
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