White Buffalo Joins Reggae On The Mountain Festivities

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As Reggae on the Mountain returns for its 10th year, White Buffalo is introducing a little something special to the festivities.

When festival-goers hit Malibu for headlining reggae artists, including Julian Marley, Matisyahu and Arise Roots, they’ll also have the opportunity to relax and recharge at The Lioness Lounge hemp and cannabis village.

White Buffalo Founder Courtney Aura Freeman said the Lioness Lounge is inspired by the “feminine lion associated with reggae” and said she couldn't be more honored or excited to participate in this community-focused event. 

“It's a huge opportunity to curate the space," Freeman said. 

“We’re showcasing the best of Hemp CBD and cannabis companies defining the culture in the new era of cannabis,” Freeman noted. “Sophisticated, high-end design; wellness products; innovative brands; breathtaking art.”

Freeman said the space will be on a peaceful spot on the Gillette Ranch property and will have a teepee, an art installation by Califari and a floral arrangement by The Stoned Florist.

The focus at The Lioness Lounge will be on healing.

“Our eCommerce arm White Buffalo Spirit is one of the vendors. We’ll have our PEACE CBD Massage Primer and pain relief topical there," Freeman explained. "We’re launching our Botanical Bikini and Men’s Boxer Brief's at the event! The Oracle of the Green Rose will be represented with our HIGH Priestess tea ceremony,” she added.

In addition The Lioness Lounge, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy an array of food and retail vendors, an after-hours silent dance hall, yoga and, new this year, camping.

The event, founded by Brooks Ellis and Amit Gilad, is perfect for families, Freeman said.

“There’s so much to do at this event outside of The Lioness Lounge." 

And, while there is no public consumption allowed at the event, Freeman said Reggae on the Mountain is a chance to celebrate diversity in the industry and “reintegrate cannabis and showcase [cannabis] legally in a compliant manner.” For all the vendors, retailers and artists participating, Freeman said it’s a chance to “build culture” and, together, determine “what the future of cannabis looks like."

For more on Courtney and White Buffalo happenings:

Instagram: @White_Buflo & @CourtneyAura 

Facebook: @whitebuffaloheritage, @shopwhitebuffalo and @CourtneyAura


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