2014 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
500 South State StreetAnn Arbor, MI  48109
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About this Event

The Hash Bash a one-day event held in Michigan every April. It typically consists of speeches, live music, and public displays of smoking in protest of local, state and federal cannabis laws.

The 2014 Ann Arbor Hash will be held April 5 on the University of Michigan Diag.

You can learn more about the event at their website: www.hashbash.com/.

Event Hours

  • SAT APR 5 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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