As summer draws to a close and the air returns to its familiar briskness, it may feel like the return of drab, dreary days spent indoors with little entertainment and lots of collective ennui. Fortunately, there are a number of fantastic cannabis events taking place throughout Autumn that will keep you entertained and help combat the early winter blues.


A decade after its inaugural event, the highly anticipated MJBizCon returns with a bang on October 20-22, 2021. MJBizCon is the premier annual Marijuana Business Conference for driving deals and creating valuable connections with today’s leading cannabis professionals. This year’s event, held at Las Vegas Convention Center, features 80+ speakers, 1,000+ exhibitors, 2 network gatherings and an unprecedented buying and networking opportunity offered in collaboration with Hall of Flowers. The Keynote speaker is Draymond John (Co-star, ABC’s Shark Tank and Founder/CEO F.U.B.U). Register here to save your seats!

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HiBnb’s Art in the Park
The pioneering 420 friendly online booking marketplace HiBnb presents a carefully curated, cannabis-focused event to cater to beginners and enthusiasts alike who need a break. Art in the Park, hosted in collaboration with Shelter Cannabis and Spiritleaf Little Italy is a hi-art class that promises a day of creative, judgement-free enjoyment hosted by local visual artist Kyla Yager. Attendees will spend the evening painting, shmoozing and getting to know one another in the first of a September series of events. Kyla recommends coming along with a pre-roll of your own (although consuming cannabis is not compulsory), and we recommend you get your tickets HERE, to save your seat at one of Fall’s most pleasant happenings. Don’t forget your government-issued photo ID!

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Lift & Co. Expo
Canada’s Number 1 Cannabis Expo is back better than ever. Lift and Co. Expo is a must-attend event featuring 250+ exhibitors, renowned players in the global cannabis industry and even a vape showcase on the exhibit hall floor. As Canada’s biggest event for cannabis and psychedelic consumers, industry professionals, investors and media, Lift & Co. Expo boasts a track record of 20, 000+ attendees, 40,000 sq. ft. of expo floor, and four days of unique opportunities to network and discover key insights into the latest cannabis data and the future of cannabis investments. Get your tickets here!

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Grow Up
After a pandemic-enforced hiatus, the Grow Up Cannabis Conference and Expo is back to provide unique opportunities to learn, connect, and grow. Taking place November 30-December 2, 2021 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in beautiful Niagara, this three-day event will follow established Grow Up Expo standards of spotlighting education by featuring over 100 world-class speakers in informative panels and facilitating networking opportunities with head growers, licensed producers, extractors distributors, and more. In-depth workshops, presentations and informative panels led by master growers, licensed producers and extractors will give attendees invaluable insights into hot industry topics, trends, tips and insights. Click here to purchase your tickets to the premier cannabis growing conference.

new heights cannabis tourism summit

New Heights Cannabis Tourism Summit
On October 25, 2021, New Heights Cannabis will hold its inspirational and engaging annual Cannabis Tourism Summit, which will virtually reunite the cannabis and tourism industries. Attendees will have access to highly inspirational conversations and presentations from reputable cannabis visionaries, business owners, and policymakers. In addition, the Canadian Cannabis Tourism Research Study – a groundbreaking research study that studies the demand for canna-tourism experiences and the average canna-tourist profile – will provide guests with exclusive insights into the canna-tourism industry. Attendees will gain deeper understanding into invaluable market research results, canna tourist profiles and preferences, strategies and insights. University of Guelph research fellow, Susan Dupej, PhD, leads and presents the study and tickets are available now


After being isolated for so long these events are adapting to our new normal so that we can come together to connect, network and learn as an industry and community. Looking for support on your conference and event strategy and execution? Connect with Marigold today for an introductory call.