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WA: 2016 Evergreen Fest At White River Amphitheater

Katelyn Baker

Well-Known Member
Evergreen Fest
September 17, 2016
$27 Lawn
$80 4 pack of lawn tickets
$46 200 Level
$56 100 Level
$66 GA Floor / Pit
Noon | All Ages
More info: ticketmaster.com

White River Amphitheater
40601 Auburn Enumclaw Rd SE, Auburn, WA 98092

Evergreen Fest is a remarkable Northwest hybrid.

"Evergreen Fest is inspired by the hard work of MJ advocates and a collection of industry leaders within the Cannabis Culture. After 25 years of Hempfest freedom fighting we want to start the celebration and networking party. The Evergreen Fest is a beautiful marriage of Music & Marijuana Culture."
— Levi Lyon (founder / producer)

Evergreen Fest, presented by Hemp Fest at White River Amphitheater, is a 3 stage, single day festival that kicks off at high noon on September 17th.

THE MUSIC: The concert bill is a heady blend of names at home on the charts (Matisyahu & House of Pain), as well as national Hip Hop treasures (Devin The Dude & Layzie Bone) and rising stars of reggae (Collie Budz & Josh Heinrichs).

THE SOCIAL CAUSES: Evergreen Fest is more than a catchy name. This is not your standard Top 40 corporate rock computer algorithm spitting out a bill of middle of the road artists that just move tickets. We love this music. Furthermore, Evergreen follows in the giant steps of Hemp Fest in its trendsetting efforts to promote and support meaningful social causes that have an impact on a local level, such as The Den Alternative Center.

A portion of the proceeds from this event will go towards this nonprofit.

CANNABIS CULTURE: Evergreen Fest aims to be more than just an end of Summer festival with the perfect Summer soundtrack. This event is part of movement with a realistic agenda that is making progress. Evergreen is proud to be a part of the cultural shift towards the legalization of cannabis nationwide, while fighting for the issues that still matter to the citizens of the State of Washington.

Come join dozens of artists, over 100 vendors, and 20,000 friends at White River Amphitheater, September 17th.
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