Date: OCT 30 ,2021
Time: 10 am to 6 pm
Venue: Salt Palace Convention Center
100 S. West Temple , Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Age Restrictions: 18 and Up Event
PAITENTS UNDER THE AGE ARE ALLOWED
BUT MUST PERSENT A MEDICAL CARD OF TIME ENTRY WITH PARENT OR GUARDIAN PAID TICKET
$15 TO PARK AT SALT PALACE
Salt Lake city get ready for the 1st Official Cannabis Utah Health & Wellness Expo 2021 coming to the Salt Palace Convention Center this October 30th presented by Numotion Productions and partnered with Utah Cannabis United & the Mac Life Movement.
This is an EDUCATIONAL event featuring your local pharmacies, legislators & lawyers to help spread awareness & knowledge about the laws, rules, regulations and guidelines concerning Utah medical marijuana, CBD & hemp. Come learn, share stories & even get your cases heard by top level advocates within the cannabis community as well as opportunities to meditate & legally medicate during our health & wellness mediation & yoga segments during the day.
Visit the many vendor booths offering information on their pharmacies, products & get your chances to win some amazing giveaways & free swag bags of legal products & merch.
Not to mention be entertained by some amazing local DJs, live acts & get the chance to meet & greet Krayzie Bone from the legendary hip-hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony who will be signing autographs & taking pictures.
Stay tuned as we may be adding more celebrity attendees & speakers & thank you to the many sponsors & vendors that have already signed up.
Click the link below for tickets as they are only $20 w/ VIP options or to sign up for a few of the last vendor/sponsor slots that are available.
THIS IS AN 18 AND UP EVENT
The big day may have come and gone, but keep in touch as we’re always up to something new and exciting.
First 100 people though the door will receive a free cannabis Utah Health and Wellness gift bag to put all you free sample in also we will be hiding a pair of Bonethugs n Harmony tickets inside one of the gift bag for you to win
J. D. Lauritzen is an attorney providing legal services covering Cannabis Law, Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff and Civil Rights and General Litigation.
D. Lauritzen, who practices law in Salt Lake City, Utah, was selected to Rising Stars for 2021. This peer designation is awarded only to a select number of accomplished attorneys in each state. The Rising Stars selection process takes into account peer recognition, professional achievement in legal practice, and other cogent factors.
Prior to becoming an attorney, he studied at University of Nebraska - Lincoln College of Law. He graduated in 2012. After passing the bar exam, he was admitted to legal practice in 2012.
As a reputable member of the community, Amy Fowler was elected to be a Salt Lake City Councilwoman in 2017. Amy Fowler has been active in the Salt Lake Legal community since graduating in 2011 from the S.J. Quinney College of Law at the University of Utah.
She practiced criminal defense at the Salt Lake Legal Defender Association for 5 years as a trial attorney. She is the co-founder of the LGBT & Allied Lawyers of Utah, a Utah State Bar association, and is a Utah State Bar commissioner. Amy spent five years working and living with different communities in Guatemala and speaks Spanish fluently.
Weldon Angelos was sentenced to a mandatory 55 years in prison for selling a few pounds of marijuana while possessing a firearm – a sentence so extreme that his judge, unable to go below the mandatory minimum, called on the president to commute Weldon’s sentence. Barring such a presidential commutation, taxpayers will spend over $1.5 million to keep Weldon behind bars until he’s 80 years old.
Weldon was raised by his father and started a family of his own with his childhood sweetheart when he was 23. He launched a successful music career that was quickly bringing him nationwide recognition. The founder of Utah-based rap label, Extravagant Records, Weldon was considered an “up and coming” entrepreneur in the industry. He wrote and produced songs with acclaimed artists, including Snoop Dogg.
Richard is the Director of the Center for Medical Cannabis in the Utah Department of Health. Prior to this role, he oversaw the Office of Vital Records and Statistics, where he started the Hemp Extract Registration Program. This program allowed epilepsy patients to legally possess CBD.
Once it became more clear that Proposition 2 would pass, he was asked to help the department prepare for the new law. Then, in March 2019, the Center for Medical Cannabis was created.
After finding success with Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Krayzie Bone recorded his solo debut, Thug Mentality 1999, in 1999. The album was released as a double disc set, featuring a large selection of guest appearances, including Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Mo Thugs, Mariah Carey, ThugLine, The Marley Brothers, Big Pun, Fat Joe, Cuban Link, Gangsta Boo, E-40, 8 Ball & MJG, Kurupt, Naughty By Nature and Snoop Dogg. Largely produced by multi instrumentalist Romeo Antonio The album was certified platinum by the RIAA.
In 2001, Krayzie released Thug On Da Line, which received generally positive reviews from music critics and went gold.
In 2005 Krayzie Bone was featured in the song "Ridin'" by Chamillionaire. "Ridin'" was awarded "Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group" at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards. It was also nominated for Best Rap Song. It became number one in December on the Piczo Chart 3 months after its physical release. The song also topped the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart when it was released there. The song ranked #3 on Rolling Stone's "100 Best Songs of 2006" and #91 on VH1's "100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop". It was the best selling ringtone in 2006, with 3.2 million sales, certified by the RIAA as the first multi-platinum Mastertone artist in history. It was also awarded the last Best Rap Video at the MTV Video Music Awards, which was awarded in 2006.