Hempapalooza is music and film festival celebrating the cannabis culture. Special events include live auditions of The Marijuana Show - a new show like Shark Tank for ganjaprenuers.(Psst... Auditions are free and season 1 winners recieved 5 million in start-up capital for their business ventures ) Movies include: Red Carpet premier of Star Leaf (Filmed on Olympic Peninsula) and Midnight Delight winner of 'Best Film' at first ever Cannabis Film Fest Festival. Performances by Randy Hansen, Grammy Winner Julius Melendez, Sundance Film Festival Headliner Christopher Hawley Rollers, CRSB, Knothead, The Varmits, and local artist Sue Logg, Rick Brown, and Denny Kyote. Hempapalooza is also featuring Cannabis 'inda' Olympics a Medical Marijuana Showcase hosted by Matt Shotwell star of Discovery Channel's, Weed Country. Join us for a weekend of music, film and effervescent conversation. Incredible outdoor venue on private property. Space is limited. We strongly reccomend purchasing tickets online now.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Under 18 permitted with an adult.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event
Parking on sight with over flow parking nearby and shuttles running to event.
Parking near event and shuttles running from town.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Bring whatever you want. Keep in mind you will be walking and exploring wooded trails. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Evenings get chilly. Bring a light jacket and or sweatshirt.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact through the event phone number 844.HEMPAPA or via the website www.hempapalooza.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Can I update my registration information?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
It's okay unless organizers have reasonable suspicision of foul play.
When & Where
Hempapalooza started in 2014 as a Medical Marijuana Farmer's Market. Local residents were invited to show off their wares, and educate people on the medicinal uses of Marijuana. Organizers did not charge vendors fees and opened the doors to the public. Children under 18 were accompanied by an adult and only MMJ patients were permitted to transact with MMJ vendors. The event was attended by County Commissioner Candidates and press. The day was filled with lively discussion about the medical benefits of marijuana, as well as, the state and federal challenges still faced by patient's and advocates.
One year later the event is being moved to a 50 acre farm on Duckabush Rd in Brinnon, WA. The property boasts incredible views of the Olympic Mountains and Duckabush River Valley. The weekend will be filled with music, food, film and comedy. Share the weekend with like-minded people, explore the burgeoning world of Hemptech and it's ability to generate sustainable revenue for agricultural and native communities around the world.