Blacklist Sesh was shut down by authorities on Sunday, February 10th. In early February, event organizers announced that this “Goodbye Sesh” would be the private club’s last.
Police showed up early on and notified organizers to cease their plans to hold the event. Despite the warning, Blacklist Sesh opened doors at 3:30 PM. The sesh amassed 494 attendees before police returned at around 4:55 PM to shut the event down, telling attendees to leave.
As Blacklist was a private club, nothing was seized and no one was arrested. Organizers have said that the event will be up and running soon, and that they are looking for a permanent location to hold the popular event.
Below, see footage of cops at the rainy Blacklist sesh.
Just a few weeks ago, Ganja Galaxy sesh was also shut down. Many people in the community are in an uproar about the “death” of seshes that have served as a staple to the local cannabis community.
“Another one bites the dust. Ganja Galaxy, now Blacklist. When will the harassment stop?” – Andy Wagner, @sdcannablogger.