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Lorax Fest - Music Festival and Hemp Market

Updated: Aug 14, 2021

Summer is in full swing and this Saturday we bring to you the Lorax Fest, a Music Festival and Hemp Market at The Plant in Pittsboro! Tickets are on sale now on Eventbrite

“I speak for the trees! Let them grow! Let them grow!” – The Lorax

Hemp has the potential to change the economics and agriculture of our state. Although we are still in the early stages, there are some amazing business and people helping to drive the industry forward. The hemp vendor market will feature some of NC's best and most innovative hemp brands, supplying a variety of products from cbd oils, to flowers, to edibles and beauty products.

This collaborative festival will also feature live music amazing some local and touring acts from across NC. We aim to bring people together in a safe way, and social distancing and sanitation measure will be in place. Come learn, dance, eat, and connect with the vibrant community here in Pittsboro!

Vendor market will begin at noon and live music will begin at 3pm and featuring the following artists.

Band Lineup:

The Up and Up - Durham, NC

Hustle Souls - Asheville, NC

The Amateurs Reggae Band - Raleigh, NC

Ty Harriz - Raleigh, NC

Defacto Thezpian - Durham, NC

Aristotle Jones - Morgantown, WV

Food and Drinks

Drinks will be served by new Bite My Cookie Brewing Company, Fair Game Beverage Co, and Chatham Cider Works. (outside alcohol is not allowed).

We will have Copeland Springs Farm and Kitchen farm to fork vegetarian bowls and food truck Fyer Wings!

Hemp Vendors from across the Carolinas will be offering their products for sale. You can find their websites and instagram accounts below.

Hemp with Benefits

Oak City Hemp

Carolina Bay Derivatives


Carolina Hemp Tours

Hemp Generation

Aloha Plus

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