The National Cannabis Festival Announces August 28th Return to the RFK Campus
After COVID-related postponements, the east coast’s largest ticketed cannabis gathering returns with local and national advocates and artists to celebrate progress on cannabis legalization and call for an end to the war on drugs.
Washington, D.C. – Today, after a nearly 18 month hiatus due to restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the organizers of the National Cannabis Festival (NCF) announced the highly-anticipated fifth anniversary celebration to take place on Saturday, August 28th at the RFK Campus in Washington, D.C.
“We’re beyond excited to bring the National Cannabis Festival back and the community and fans who’ve been waiting since 2020 to celebrate together,” said Caroline Phillips, founder of the National Cannabis Festival, “After such a challenging year, it we’re ready to listen to good, music with good friends, while celebrating progress on cannabis legalization in the DC area and across the nation.”
The Festival includes four educational pavilions focusing on cannabis policy and culture, hemp and CBD, health and wellness and regenerative agriculture and cultivation. Attendees can engage in discussions on the medicinal benefits of cannabis, speak with medical professionals and dispensary owners, and focus their minds with free yoga sessions. In addition to educational programming, NCF also hosts a wide range of exhibitors offering the best cannabis accessories and lifestyle brands.