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About Texas Hemp Harvest Festival & Sweet Sensi Events:

Sweet Sensi’s mission is to put decades of knowledge and experience in growing hemp to use by producing high-quality CBD products that you can trust. We never add chemicals or solvents, just pure hemp grown-in-house with top-quality extraction handcrafted by people who are passionate about their work! We proudly grow and press our hemp in Austin, Texas.

In October 2021 we hosted our first annual Texas Hemp Harvest Festival at Carson Creek Ranch where Texan brands and small local businesses showcased their goods. The lineup of musicians included reggae, country, bluegrass, and more, who entertained the crowds with music while they learned more about hemp in various interactive sessions throughout the day’s proceedings. The Texas Hemp Harvest Festival is a celebration of our hemp-growing community and the people who make it all happen. We plan on continuing this festival to bring tourists, vendors, musicians as well as fun to the Austin community.

This Year's Lineup

Artists

Collie Buddz
Sister Nancy
Mau Mau Chaplains
SOULFIYA with Wi’Deya
Tropicana Joe
More To Be Announced…

Collie Buddz

Born in New Orleans as Colin Harper, Collie Buddz moved to Bermuda at age six. Buddz credits his older brother, Matthew, for turning him on to dancehall and reggae music. After graduating college with a studio engineering degree, he returned to Bermuda to open a studio with Matthew.

Buddz’s first three studio releases hit No. 1 on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.

In 2016, Buddz starred alongside Nick Cannon, Whoopi Goldberg, Busta Rhymes, and Louis Gossett, Jr. in the film King of the Dancehall.

More recently, he completed work on the album “Hybrid.” Released in the spring of 2019, “Hybrid” features two tracks with Russ, as well as tracks with Tech N9ne, B Young, Stonebwoy, Dizzy Wright, and Johnny Cosmic.

Sister Nancy

Sister Nancy, aka Muma Nancy, real name Ophlin Russell-Myers, (born Ophlin Russell, 2 January 1962, Kingston, Jamaica) is a dancehall DJ and singer. She is known to the world as the first female dancehall DJ and was described as being a “dominating female voice for over two decades” on the dancehall scene. One of her most famous songs is “Bam Bam”, labeled as a “well-known reggae anthem” by BBC and a “classic” by The Observer.

The Mau Mau Chaplains

The Mau Mau Chaplains are considered to be Austin’s Godfather’s of Reggae, with deep roots featuring lead singer/bass player Alan Moe Monsarrat (The Lotions, I-Tex, Stop The Truck).   These players produce original roots reggae music with four part harmonies backed by a ten piece band including the Tajuana Trainwreck Horns.  The band is comprised of all-star pros that hail from other acts including horn players Mark Wilson and Tiger Anaya of Shiny Ribs, Jeremy Carlson-keys and Tom Leslie on drums from Lion Heights, Ed Ferguson on guitar from Stop The Truck, Greg Moreno (guitar) and Donny Silverman (horns) from the Contrabandits, Micah Shalom (horns), with Andrew Floyd on percussion.  The Mau Mau Chaplains have held down a fifteen year residency at Flamingo Cantina in downtown Austin known as “Dreadneck Wednesday”.  Put on your ites, green and gold and get on the dancefloor!

Soulfiya with Wi'Deya

SOULFIYA is an influential veteran of the American reggae scene who has been actively performing since beginning his career in 2002 at 19 years old, leading the charge and waving the banner of Caribbean/American reggae for 15+ years. His accomplishments include gracing the top 5 of the iTunes Reggae charts with his Bushdoctor EP(#3) and again with Offering(#5) as well as being featured on a Billboard Top 10 Reggae album (Champion Sound by Skillinjah) Fiya’s music blends reggae, dancehall, dub, soca, cumbia, and hip-hop to create a raucous, and unquestionably unique authentic sound that keeps the energy HIGH. To date, he has performed in 39 states, 4 nations, and with countless contemporary and legendary reggae icons.

Wi’Deya formed in 2019 as a backing band for well known Guyanese/American reggae artiste Soulfiya, and quickly gained momentum as one of the area’s only original Caribbean bands. The group is made up of an all-star cast of Houston based musicians all hailing from different backgrounds coming together to make an unmistakably unique brand of music blending Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, Hip-Hop, and R&B.

Winston's Jamaican Kitchen

Serving Authentic Jamaican Food in Austin for over 40 years.
We use only the freshest ingredients, nothing is canned or prepared in advance. The Jerk Chicken is slow grilled on a wood burning fire with Winston’s own jerk seasoning, the rice-n-peas is made with real coconut milk.
Winston, the master chef, oversees every aspect of the preparation. Born and raised in St. Mary’s parish Jamaica, Winston began cooking for his family as early as 7 years old. He began cooking for the public at around 12 when the old man down the road asked him to help cook for a wedding. Winston, already being afraid of nothing in the kitchen, said OK. And so it began … Winston has been cooking his whole life; he loves it and you will too!
Winston always provides several varieties of his Award Winning Hot Sauces to compliment his delicious Jamaican fare.

Help Grow this Year's Festival

Gold Sponsorship
$2,500.00

• Your logo added to banners throughout the venue
• Your logo on stage banner
• Your logo on festival t-shirt
• Premier vendor spot 10×10 (vendor must supply all booth materials)
• Shoutouts on stage during intermissions plus 1 available time on stage to talk about brand
• Social Media postings of logo when advertising the event
• Special sponsor post on social media
• 8 general admission tickets

Silver Sponsorship
$1,250.00

• Your logo added to banners throughout the venue
• Shoutouts on stage during intermissions plus 1 available time on stage to talk about brand
• Social Media postings of logo when advertising the event
• Logo on festival t-shirt
• 4 general admission tickets

Hemp and Local Art Vendors
$200.00 / 1 Day Event

•  1 vendor spot
Indoor: table size 6-8ft allowed
Outdoor: tent space 10x10ft (vendor must supply tent)
(Electricity Provided)
• 4 general admission tickets
• 4 drink tickets
• 1 festival t-shirt

Media Sponsorship

Contact Tracy at tracy@sweetsensicbd.com for more information.

Charity Raffle

Sweet Sensi will be giving away full product line with a 1 night stay at JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa with a spa gift card.

Vendors will have the opportunity to add their products to our gift baskets for the raffle.

Charities that will receive the proceeds will be finalized soon.

THHF 2021

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2021 Sponsorships

The Texas Hemp Harvest Festival was fortunate enough to have several amazing sponsors. The festival’s largest sponsor was Amplify Credit Union. Our media sponsor, The Austin Chronicle, one of Austin’s favorite and long-running newspapers also another big supporter of the event. All of our sponsors provided tremendous support and understood our mission to provide the Texas community with a fun and informative festival all about hemp!

2021 Vendors

With a total of 71 unique handcrafted vendors bringing in the vibe of Austin with everything from hemp, CBD, glass art, clothing, and handcrafted goods. Vendors such as Candy’s Porch, Oak Cliff, 2 Colorful Chix, Little Pot CBD, and more kept the good times rolling at the first annual Texas Hemp Harvest Festival.

Iconic Austin food vendors kept bellies full with delicious delectables from Stoney’s Pizza, Winston‘s Kitchen, Smokin’ Oak BBQ, Takavron, Bastrop Cookie Shoppe, and more!

The venue also had an education and advocate area with many remarkable organizations including: Texas Norml, Pride of America, The Texas Hemp Reporter, and our very own Sweet Sensi tent where our Founder Greg gave press demonstrations, and more.

Click below to submit your vendor application for this year’s festival!

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We understand not everyone has the budget to buy sponsorships outright. We offer In-Kind Donations in exchange for media spots as a way to include everyone.

We are looking for Alcohol/Beverage sponsors to donate a number of items to this year’s Hemp Festival.

Reach out to us via email at info@sweetsensicbd.com, and we will answer any questions that you may have pertaining to In-Kind donations!

Benefits for Austin

Sweet Sensi CBD has been a proud contributor to Austin’s community. We embody the organic, local, and natural foundation that Austin represents. We have been employing Austinites since we started 20 years ago and in turn contributed to the economy.

We are part of everything in the hemp industry. We help farmers and educate retailers.

As we grow as a company and continue our Hemp Harvest Festival tradition, we will be able to provide more jobs and reach more Austin citizens with our local and beneficial CBD. We will also be able to attract other tourists, companies, and revenue to the city. As our festival grows we will be able to host more bands, vendors, and speakers.

We love being a part of the Austin community and we care deeply about continuing a celebration of hemp harvest with all the folks who love and cherish its many benefits.

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