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Hold up... What?!
Those familiar with the previous High Times Cannabis Cup events in Amsterdam know that the festival has been going on for years. As a matter of fact they held the Cannabis Cup for 27 years until 2014. With many of the known seed companies and coffeeshops in Amsterdam competing for the best Marijuna, Hashish and Cannabis seeds.
But then once reputable company started to slip. Stories went around about bribes, venues and businesses involved were never paid and it became increasingly harder for High Times to get either an appropriate venue or licenses to organise the festival.
One specific example took place during the 2003 Cannabis Cup, where the tour organizer 420 Tours' 'Money Mike' ran off with a bag full of money and was never to be seen again.
The year after in April 2004, Self-Hemployed met up with Steven Hagar to talk about a possible Cannabis Cup, that year in November.
However, they could not get back into the Melkweg, and many of the sponsors from last year were left disgruntled or angry with the organisation. The chances were not looking good.
"Heard HT is putting on the cup in Amsterdam this year Nov 18-22 Nothing like giving everyone a heads up?"
Since then the organizers have been hopping from venue to venue almost every year, burning their bridges, contacts and with that spoiling their own chance of stabilising the festival/ putting it back on the map once and for all. Resorting to the very last Cannabis Cup in 2014.
Various initiatives have sprouted for alternative festivals, of which one being the quite successful Amsterdam Unity Cup. Held for the third time this year from November 19th till 22nd. Check the Facebook page or www.amsterdam-unity-cup.com for more information.
Supposedly High Times is thinking to have a 30th anniversary.
So, is this the 1st of April? Or does the Amsterdam Cannabis industry have Amnesia?