Cannabis Freedom Activist Network's
2005 Guide To 34th Annual

Ann Arbor Hash Bash

Schedule . Directions . Emcees . Speakers . Vending . Other Sites . Contact




34th Annual Ann Arbor Hash Bash

Saturday, April 2, 2005

11 am – Federal Protest & March to Diag
at Federal Bulding, E Liberty St btwn Fourth Ave and Fifth Ave, Ann Arbor (1 block north, 5 blocks west of the Diag) map
Note: UM-NORML, student org sponsor of HB, is advertising a 10am start. However, march organizer Adam Brook says 11am with a 11:45am march starting time.
11 am-12 noon – Hash Bash – Live Music
at Diag, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor map
with Hazy Jane and Buddha Fulla Rymez
12 noon-1 pm – Hash Bash – Speakers
at Diag, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor map
with Gatewood Galbraith, John Sinclair, Adam Brook, Chef Ra, Chuck Ream, Melody Karr, Albert Price
12 noon-5:30 pm – Hash Bash After Party
at Monroe Street btwn Tappan and Oakland (2 blocks south of the Diag) map
with John Sinclair, Glowb, The Process, Troubleman, Rootstand, Maryz Eyez
5:30pm – Sam Adams Dinner with guest speaker Gatewood Galbraith
at Best Western Executive Plaza, 2900 Jackson Rd, Ann Arbor, adv $45, door $55, map
cocktails at 5:30pm, dinner at 6:30pm, speaker at 7:30pm




FROM . . .

(Detroit, Port Huron, Canada)
I-94 west, exit right at State St (exit 177), north 3 mi.

(Brighton, Lansing, Flint, Grand Rapids)
US-23 south, exit right at M-14/Bus US-23 (exit 45), south 2 mi, exit right at Main St (Downtown exit 3), south 2 mi, left at William St, east 1 mi.

(Plymouth, Livonia, North Suburbs of Detroit)
M-14 west, exit right at Main St (Downtown exit 3), south 2 mi, left at William St, east 1 mi.

(Milan, Dundee, Ohio)
US-23 north, exit west at I-94 (exit 35), west 3 mi, exit right at State St (exit 177), north 3 mi.

(Jackson, Kalamazoo, Indiana, Illinois)
I-94 east, exit right at Jackson Ave (exit 172), east 1 mi to Huron St, east 2 mi, right at Fletcher, south 2 blks.



Josh Soper



Gatewood Galbraith
Former Member, Advisory Board of National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws,

John Sinclair
Ann Arbor icon, former PODW, author, poet, musician,

Adam Brook
Hash Bash organizer and past master of ceremonies, High Times Freedom Fighter of the Year

Chef Ra
Columnist, "Chef Ra's Recipe Box", High Times magazine

Chuck Ream
Scio Township Trustee, Ann Arbor Medical Marijuana Proposal C, No Giant Jail Committee

Melody Karr
Vice President & Director, Michigan chapter of National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws

Albert Price
Professor of Political Science, University of Michigan-Flint

Hazy Jane (Diag)
Buddha Fulla Rymez (Diag)
John Sinclair (After Party)
Glowb (After Party)
The Process (After Party)
Troubleman (After Party)
Rootstand (After Party)
Maryz Eyez (After Party)



on Ann Arbor City Streets and Sidewalks
City of Ann Arbor has imposed a peddler permit moratorium until April 1. The city has also imposed a 3 day prior issuance rule which means vendors have only April 1 and April 2 to apply for a city permit. City requires personal appearance, insurance, and photo ID to apply. Again, the Ann Arbor City Administrator has taken it upon himself, exceeding his legal authority, to ban all peddling around the University of Michigan Diag. If you have been damaged or will be damaged by the City Administrator's action, call us at 734-677-0009 to become a litigant.

at After Party
Commercial (non-political) vending included. No additional City permits required! Organizers' insurance does not protect vendors. Vendors responsible for own liability insurance.

on Diag
The University of Michigan has steadfastly refused to allow any sales or solicitations, even 1st Amendment protected activity, on or near the Diag, except for University recognized organizations. Call us at 734-677-0009 if you've been busted there.


Other Sites

2004 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
2003 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
2002 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
2001 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
2000 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
1999 Ann Arbor Hash Bash
Ann Arbor, Guide To, [Large Print], [Complete Listings]
Freedom Activist Network, email
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, Michigan chapter
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, University of Michigan chapter
Happyhouse Church's Events,
Hash Bash After Party


Ann Arbor News
also see Ann Arbor News boycott information
"Less of a bash, more issues to hash" Apr 3 2005
"Tone of hash bash changing" Apr 1 2005
Cannabis News
"High Noon' Leaves Diag Smoking" Apr 5 2004
"The Faded But Still Not Forgotten" Apr 4 2004
"Hash Bashers Know Where The Line Is" Apr 4 2004
"Activists Have High Hopes for Tomorrow's Hash Bash" Apr 2 2004
"Whims of Weather Affect Success of The Hash Bash" Mar 21 2004
"Reefer Rally Set for Next Week" Apr 29 2003
"Thousands Drawn To Hash Bash" Apr 6 2003
"Winter Returns Just in Time for Hash Bash" Apr 6 2003
"Hash Bash Mash & Cash" Apr 3 2000
"Hopes Set High for 29th Hash Bash at U. Michigan" Mar 31 2000
"Annual Hash Bash Draws Differing Points of View" Mar 30 2000
"Hash Bash Goes to Trash" Apr 11 2001
Cannabis Culture
"Legends of Hash 2004 Bash" July 3 2004
"Hash Bash in Michigan" July 1 1999
"Milestones" May/June 1996
Cannabis News Service
"Ann Arbor Hash Bash" June 14 2000
Detroit News
"Petition for marijuana legalization recycled"
High Times
Events Calendar
"Chef Ra's Recipe Box" Aug 2002
"Hash Bash Still a Smash" June 18 2002
"Jah and the Hash Bash" June 18 2002
Michigan Daily
"Students light up for reform of weed laws" Apr 4 2005
"Hash Bash organizers hope to increase turnout" Apr 1 2005
"High Noon' leaves Diag smoking"
"Activists have high hopes for tomorrow's Hash Bash"
"From the Daily: A 'joint' effort"
"Lecturer: Hash Bash should be political protest"
Michigan NORML
"About Hash Bash 2005"


2005, 1.jpg, 2.jpg, 3.jpg, 4.jpg, 5.jpg, 6.jpg, 7.jpg, 8.jpg, 9.jpg, 10.jpg, 11.jpg, 12.jpg, 13.jpg, 14.jpg, 15.jpg, 16.jpg, 17.jpg, 18.jpg, 19.jpg, 20.jpg, 21.jpg, 22.jpg, 23.jpg, 24.jpg, 25.jpg, 26.jpg, 27.jpg, 28.jpg


Send us email
Call 734-677-0009 or fax 734-971-7525 call first