Frequently Asked Questions
HomeGrown Cup 2022
We’re back in 2022 with two times a HomeGrown Cup this year like we have done before in 2019. One in the summer on July 30 for indoor (already happened) and one in the winter on December 17 for outdoor. Handing in your entries happens on Thursday, December 15, in Tilburg.
2015 saw the first edition of the HomeGrown Cup, leaning on an old tradition of celebrating the annual agriculture harvest at the end of the season. The 2016 edition was held on December 17, 2016, in Eindhoven (the Netherlands). The 2017 edition was held on December 2nd, in Tilburg (the Netherlands). The 2018 edition was held on December 15 in Eindhoven (the Netherlands). In 2019 we did two cups in one year for the first time, on June 15th and December 21st. In 2020, due to the COVID pandemic we did the HomeGrown Cup 2020: Home Edition. In 2021 we did an Indoor & Outdoor event in December. In 2022 we’re back with two however: in the summer for indoor, in the winter for the outdoor.
Can I buy tickets to this event?
There are no public tickets available (or judge packs for sale). However, competitors must pay 80 euros per entry to enter for the 2022 Winter edition. For each entry you get a judge pack. You can hand in your entries in Tilburg on December 15 and come on December 17 to the communicated venue for a day of judging, networking and free drinks and food. For every entry you also get a goodiebag including a t-shirt.
When & Where
The 10th edition of the HomeGrown Cup will be held on December 17, in Tilburg (the Netherlands). Handing in your entries happens on December 15.
How much do I need to enter?
You could find the quantities in the registration form. You cannot send in your entry through the post. After your registration is confirmed, we will communicate how and when you bring your entry (or multiple) and pay your registration fee.
HomeGrown Cup in the Media
‘Een big shout out naar de organisatie om het dit jaar mogelijk te maken en growers een podium te geven.’
‘Het leuke van een evenement als de Homegrown Cup is het contact met de andere deelnemers.’
‘The 2017 HomeGrown Cup was a perfect example of how cannabis goes beyond healing individuals and can heal communities, too.’
‘At a secret location in the Dutch city of Eindhoven last month, around 70 cannabis growers, concentrate producers, and cannaseurs gathered to take part in the second annual Homegrown Cup. Their charge: Judge entries in four different categories: outdoor, indoor, traditional hash, and concentrates. (…)’