Seattle Hempfest Broadcast


LiveatHempfest.Com will be airing a live stream for people around the globe to celebrate the legalization of cannabis.

Invite your friends to tune in to join the Seattle Hempfest experience and become a part of one of the largest cannabis reform events in the industry.
Enjoy a front row seat to the Dope Cup Awards, live music, Hemposium speakers, interviews, products, and more! is sharing the opportunity for people out of the area to join the movement virtually from anywhere!

The Program will start August 17th @ 1:00 and 17th & 18th @ 11 am opening up with Tribal Voices and many other performances among the day with special behind the scenes interviews, a great panel of Speakers, Live Chat Room, The world famous Dope Cup Awards, great music, products like Global CBD, and more! For the complete Seeley Black stage Line up, you can go to

Make sure to mark the dates! See you all there!

Impact Summary of Seattle Hempfest

Executive Summary

The Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival is a multidimensional event, with exhibitors, volunteers musicians, food vendors, and thousands of patrons attending the festival over a 3 three period. In 2014 approximately 120,000 persons attended Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival. It is estimated that 48.9% of these patrons came from King County, 31.6% from elsewhere in Washington State, and 19.5% from out-of-state. Produced locally, this festival has a significant economic impact on the King County economy. This report is a tentative estimate of these economic impacts, utilizing a mixture of data gathered by Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival organizers and secondary data measured at similar festivals.

Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival patrons spent approximately $7.1 million in King County in relation to their visits to the festival. Volunteers and musicians were estimated to have spent $0.226 million in relation to their participation in the festival in King County, while Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival exhibitors and food vendors are estimated to have had expenses of $1.8 in relation to participation in the festival in King County. In addition, Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival organizers incurred costs of $0.924 million, of which $0.744 million were made in King County. Exhibitors and food vendors incur expenses in setting up and taking down their exhibits/booths, as well as in their operation. It should be noted that each of the groups incurs expenses that are made outside King County in relation to their participation in Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival; these expenses are not included in this study.

Each of these streams of expenditures were brought together in a model of the King County economy, known as an input-output model. This model, derived from the 2007 Washington State input-output model, allows estimates of indirect and induced economic impacts related to the streams of spending described above. It is estimated that Seattle HEMPFEST™Festival in 2014 generated 234 jobs in King County, led to $18.145 million in output (sales of all industries), and generated $8.172 million in labor income. Labor income is the combination of direct earnings (wage and salary) plus estimated benefits/indirect labor expenses such as employee benefits). This model was used to estimate selected tax revenue impacts, which totaled $1.2 million. This estimate includes sales taxes (both state and local tax distributions), the lodging tax, and state and local business and occupation tax.

It should again be emphasized that these estimates should be regarded as provisional. Their accuracy could be improved through better survey data from each of the participants in Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival.


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Economic Impact of Seattle HEMPFEST™ Festival 2014 on the King County Economy