Redway, Calif. -- The 1st annual Humboldt High Grade Harvest Gala is bringing a packed reggae and hip-hop line up along with cannabis education and celebration to the Mateel Community Center on November 21 and 22.
The High Grade Gala will be a premier gathering to celebrate the harvest season with two days of edutainment bringing top tier music, world renowned speakers, vendors and great vibes to the community. Big names in reggae and hip hop are set to perform, including Alborosie, Dilated Peoples, Peetah Morgan, Casual, A Plus, Jah 9, Jah Sun, Bobby Hustle, and Ikronik. Satori Movement is producing the event and considers the guiding concept behind the gala to be: "Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.”
The High Grade Gala is intended to be a celebration of the plant and the community, Craig of Satori Movement said. Beyond creating a top tier cannabis event, what sets the High Grade Gala apart is its omission of a cannabis competition.
“We wanted to go away from the cup format,” Craig said. “I like to think of this as a good ol’ fashioned smokeout.” No sales of cannabis products on site.
The 1st annual High Grade Harvest Gala will be on Friday and Saturday, November 21 and 22, at the Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane in Redway. Doors open at noon and music starts at 6 p.m. All ages welcome.
Tickets are $55 for a 1-day pass or $100 for a 2-day pass. Upgrade any ticket to VIP for $115 to gain access to the 215 Chalice Palace (with valid 215 recommendation, 21+) -- 1,600 sq ft of class, bottle service and hor d’ouerves where you can meet the artists performing at the event. There is a limited quantity of VIP tickets. Tickets are available online or at Wildberries in Arcata, The Works in Eureka, SHC in Garberville, Park-N-Takit in Laytonville, Main Street Music in Willits, Ukiah Natural Foods in Ukiah, and Trinity Gardens in Willow Creek.
What: 1st annual High Grade Harvest Gala
When: Friday and Saturday, November 21-22
Where: Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk Lane, Redway, CA
Who: Presented by Satori Movement and More Love Productions
About the Producers
Satori has been the paving the way in hemp fashions since 1998. Rooted in skateboarding culture, the Satori Movement is a collective of creative, progressive thinking, organically driven individuals that continually strive to find new ways to reduce our environmental impact and improve our quality of life, one sustainable garment at a time. The Movement shares awareness, positivity, culture and great products promoting a natural, organic lifestyle
Satori remains committed to using sustainable fibers such as hemp, bamboo, organic cotton and recycled polyester whenever possible. We realize that not all environmental and ethical change within the clothing world is possible immediately, but together we are working towards a better more sustainable product with each season, everyday~ 1Love, 1Earth, 1Chance!~
More Love Productions
Humboldt reggae artist Jah Sun founded More Love Productions. Jah Sun is a distinguished reggae artist whose message of hope has captivated audiences worldwide. Drawing inspiration from an eclectic mix of musical styles, Jah Sun aspires to awaken in his audience the desire to meet the challenges of life and to live to their ultimate potential. Through his production company, Jah Sun produces large concerts and other music-focused events.