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Seattle HEMPFEST, the undisputed King of Protestivals, and the largest cannabis convocation in the world.

Seattle HEMPFEST, the premier flagship event of the global cannabis culture, is celebrating its 27th year.  Hempfest’s crown jewels of achievement include its designation as the largest annual cannabis policy reform event in the world. But that could change with a single event. What is less likely to change is the fact that the Seattle HEMPFEST is the most sophisticated and socially responsible cannabis rally in history, and perhaps the largest annual free speech event in the nation.


With a laser focus on political content and a deep commitment to community values, Seattle’s HEMPFEST event has influenced regional and national public policy while being an economic generator in its community. Seattle’s HEMPFEST event paved the way and tilled the soil for Washington State citizens to legalize cannabis before any other state.

The Seattle HEMPFEST enters its 27th year with a volunteer event staff of 1,000, and operating 5 stages of non-stop speakers and music & 400 arts, crafts, food, and informational vendors.

No other cannabis event can boast the extensive speaker’s list of Seattle HEMPFEST. Seattle’s current and former mayors have spoken from HEMPFEST’s  Main Stage, along with U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, former U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich, former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper, actor Woody Harrelson, and a cadre of notable reform movement luminaries and celebrities.

Our huge Ric Smith Memorial Hemposium  tent features press conferences, panel discussions, and keynote speakers during the free 3 day waterfront event.

A Seattle Special Event with traditional status, the Seattle HEMPFEST requires hundreds of pages of planning and the city granted permit is obtained after organizers work cooperatively with many city agencies and community stakeholders to guarantee that safety, health, and other community concerns are met.

To enjoy decades worth of photo’s visit our gallery.

We’re proud to usher in our 28th year with you!Seattle-hempfest-volunteer

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Speakers of the 2018 Hempfest, Enjoy

Seth Cunnigan spoke from the Main stage at Seattle Hempfest. Have ya ever been on a long walk? Check out his story here on his walk from California to Seattle Hempfest. Another video from the Archive of Digital Activism Productions and

Posted by Chad Rea on Thursday, September 6, 2018

Seattle Hempfest 2018 Opening Ceremony main stage. It was a honor to be a part of Hempfest again. Im uploading a Higher Resolution to . From the Archives of Digital Activism Productions.

Posted by Chad Rea on Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Shawn DeNae CEO of Washington Bud Company speaks about the latest happenings in Washington Cannabis and Medical Cannabis at Seattle Hempfest 2018. From the Archive of Digital Activism Productions and

Posted by Chad Rea on Thursday, September 6, 2018

Doug McVay speaks about his 35yrs in the Drug Reform Movement and what the future could hold for Drug Law Reform with your help. The Drug war continues! From the Archive of Digital Activism Productions and

Posted by Chad Rea on Friday, September 7, 2018

Elvy Musikka Spoke at Seattle Hempfest 2018, Elvy is one of the few patients to receives cannabis from the Federal Gov. that are still alive. Ronald Reagan shut the IND program in fear that the AIDs Crisis would open the program to many people that would prove Cannabis's as a Medicine. From the Archives of Digital Activism Productions and

Posted by Chad Rea on Saturday, September 8, 2018