Introducing the grand re-opening of HEMPFEST Central, the hempiest place on Earth! Located at 3220 N.E. Lake City Was, HEMPFEST Central is your one stop hemp shop for everything cannabis — except cannabis. Featuring hemp clothes, hats, backpacks, fanny-packs, stationary, even pet products! Also available are books and magazines, Seattle HEMPFEST memorabilia, a collection of Pacific Northwest hand-blown glass art, and much more! Most of the inventory is also found available for purchase on-line, along with all the info, at hempfest.org.
Join us for an Open House & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with the North Seattle Chamber of Commerce on November 18, from 4 pm – 7 pm. Open House prices available from November 18 until December 19! All posters $5, cotton T’s $10, hemp T’s $15, and the HEMPFEST book, Protestival only $9 (author signature available) – all in time for the holidays! These Open HouseSpecial prices will also be available at our online store at hempfest.org from 11/18 – 12/19.
The Seattle HEMPFEST® extravaganja features over 400 arts, crafts, food, and informational vendors, and it is staffed by over 1,000 volunteers. Over 100,000 attendees gather for 3 days to hear music and speakers on 6 stages, including a huge circus tent called the Hemposium, where panel discussion and keynote speeches take place during the free 3 day rally and festival.
No pot related event in history has achieved the size, the status, or the influence that Seattle HEMPFEST® has garnered in the Pacific Northwest and beyond, with Washington State being one of the first two states to legalize across the board.
The Seattle HEMPFEST® experience includes a virtual who’s who of national cannabis reform luminaries, and a growing list of celebrities and politicians. Past guest speakers and entertainers have included actor Woody Harrelson, Travel Guru Rick, Steves, Seattle musician/author Krist Novoselic, U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrbacher, former US Congressman Dennis Kucinich, former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel, Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, Seattle City Atty Pete Holmes, State Rep. Roger Goodman, State Senator Jean Kohl-Welles, former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper, Seattle Police Department Spokesman Sean Whitcomb, former Dallas Cowboys center Mark Stepnoski.