The Seattle World Tour kicks off on Tuesday, January 9th. Respect My Region and All Star Opera are bringing the cannabis and music communities together once again through five shows in five different burrows of the city.
On the bill are 16 Northwest artists:
- Bad News Botanists
- All Star Opera
- Bambu Bokony
- The Landmarks
- Decent At Best
- Taylar Elizza Beth
- Remember Face
- DJ J Nasty
- Emma Lee Toyoda
- Camila Recchio
- Cold Comfort
Experience a wide range of Seattle’s architecture and culture while enjoying great food, drink, smoke and live music. Fremont, Greenwood, Columbia City, Belltown and Capitol Hill all have terrific food, coffee and entertainment to keep you busy if you’re looking to spend a day in the city. Attend The Seattle World Tour for good times and a good cause.
The tour is holding a clothing drive through Mary’s Place all week long; a charity designed to empower impoverished and homeless families with the tools to get back on their feet. A portion of profits on tour merchandise, as well as clothing, will be donated to Mary’s Place (bring down your donations as well).
Top Shelf Sponsors
Soulshine Cannabis grows some of the best weed in Washington state. Strains like Himalayan Blackberry, Lodi Dodi, and Narnia are some of the best strains in the state. Their packaging is made from renewable resources and is recyclable. They also donate one percent of their revenue to Emerald City Pets.
Papa Bueno Tequila distills their tequila in Mexico with sun-ripened agaves. They’ve sponsored shows with All Star Opera and Decent At Best in the past so they’ll be right at home on the Seattle World Tour
Utopia Sparkling Water is brought to you by the makers of Pearl2O Water. Tarukino is using their SŌRSE emulsion to create cannabis infused sparkling water. It comes in plain, cherry, grapefruit and lime. Every flavor is sugar-free with absolutely no weed taste.
Crane City Music is an authority on Northwest and Seattle hip-hop. Their website is dedicated to album reviews and aggregating rap music from all corners of the Pacific Northwest.