The Tilray team gathered at Tilray's medical cannabis research and production facility in Nanaimo, British Columbia to reflect on a spectacular year of progress for the company, the industry and — most importantly — for patients in Canada and around the world.
Proceeds from ticket sales were donated Marley Natural's Rise Up initiative to benefit the Minority Cannabis Business Association, an organization that aims to increase diversity in the cannabis industry.
On Saturday, Marley Natural celebrated the launch at a gathering for lifestyle and cannabis influencers featuring music from Bob Marley's granddaughters Zuri and Shacia Marley, as well as Jamaican reggae artist Yaadcore.
Tickets for each show are just $4.20, with proceeds going to the Minority Cannabis Business Association, the first non-profit organization created specifically to progress the cannabis industry by increasing diversity.
New research surveying more than 250 Tilray patients has found that many patients prefer medical cannabis products to prescription drugs when treating condition such as chronic pain and mental health disorders.