From July 28-30, Africa’s largest Cannabis Expo returns to The Globe at Suncoast in Durban, promising an immersive showcase that encompasses the medical, agricultural, financial, and lifestyle aspects of the rapidly growing cannabis industry.
Sure, the cannabis plant still has a tiny stigma attached to it, but many of our readers would agree that this is fading away. This year’s exhibition isn’t holding back from doing what it set out to do: educate the public about the many uses for this adaptable plant and provide a dynamic showcase for ground-breaking new services and goods.
Imagine if the whole cannabis industry was represented by over a hundred exhibitors from around the world. However, the expo continues after the exhibition ends. Imagine a “freedom festival,” an outdoor event with exciting live music, art, and DJs, the ideal venue for a cannabis party.
Do you need a snack? The ‘cannabis food market’ will include the most up-to-date cannabis-mixed and cannabis-inspired edibles available to satisfy your hunger. The food market is prepared to satisfy your inner gourmet with everything from cannabidiol-infused drinks to gourmet dinners.
The’shroom expo’ is a fascinating addition to this year’s event, which previously only featured cannabis. Insightful seminars and conversations on the psilocybin industry, as well as a gallery of psilocybin mushrooms, give visitors a window into the mysterious world of therapeutic mushrooms.
The convention stage will welcome worldwide industry leaders who will offer speeches and participate in moderated panel discussions every hour,” Jane Doe, the event’s organiser, revealed with much enthusiasm. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from and ask questions of industry leaders.
Still, there’s more! Attendees will get a deep dive into the many facets of the cannabis industry thanks to the ‘expo stage’ presentations on health, agriculture, policy, finances, and more.
On Friday, July 28, and Saturday, July 29, the Cannabis Expo will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Stay on the ball! General Admission tickets are R150 in advance and R200 at the door, and they’re on sale now. The three-day VIP tickets, which are available for pre-sale at R990 and at the door for R1,500, are ideal for individuals who want a more luxurious experience.
When asked to describe this year’s gathering, Jane Doe put it up perfectly: “A celebration of everything cannabis — a platform for learning, discussion, and networking, all while having a great time.”
South Africa, get ready for a cannabis expo that celebrates the plant in all its forms. We hope to see you at this event, which promises to be both informative and enjoyable.
About the Author: Mandla Mkhize is a seasoned entertainment journalist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Known for his sharp insights and keen eye for detail, Mandla has spent over a decade reporting on music, film, and pop culture. His passion for delivering captivating stories keeps readers at the edge of their seats.