Join Army & Soulmedic at the Mateel’s 420 Smoke Out Celebration

Press release from the Mateel Community Center:

mateel 420 smoke out concert flyerJoin us on Saturday, April 20, (420) from 4 PM to midnight for an unforgettable event at the Mateel Community Center. Enjoy unique vendors, local barbecue, legacy farmer cannabis showcase, and live performances by Army & Soulmedic, backed by The 7th Street Band.

In collaboration with the Southern Humboldt Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center, we proudly present the “Legacy Farmers Showcase.” This educational lounge provides a unique opportunity to meet Humboldt County’s legacy craft cannabis farmers, hear their stories, and discover their exceptional products.

Army: Singer-songwriter from the West Indies “Army” brings a refreshing sound inspired by legends like Nat King Cole and Dennis Brown. With support from Dub Rise Records and DSP Music, Army’s future shines bright as he spreads positive messages through his music.

Soulmedic: Described as “The #1 Reggae artist in California” by Rocky Allan Bailey, “Soulmedic” delivers potent reggae and dancehall music rooted in truth and rights. As part of The Lion Camp crew, Soulmedic contributes to the leading force of West Coast reggae music.

7th Street Band: Berkeley’s 7th Street Band, led by drummer Edi Arnold and keyboardist Benjamin Goff, promises an unforgettable performance with their rich musical history and diverse roster of vocalists.

Event Details:

  • Date: Saturday, April 20
  • Time: 4:00 PM to midnight
  • Location: Mateel Community Center, 59 Rusk lane, Redway
  • Tickets on sale at the Gate : $25.00, children 12 and under free (must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Onsite Activities: Contests with exciting prizes, local BBQ, small plates, and alcoholic beverages available for purchase.
  • Doors Open: 4:00 PM. Outdoor lounges and games will be available for early arrivals.
  • Age Restriction: The “Legacy Farmers Showcase” lounge is for ages 21+ with a valid ID.

Don’t miss this unforgettable evening of Reggae music, community, and cannabis culture. See you there!

Contact: Elena at the MCC office for more information 707-923-3368 or to volunteer to helpmateel 420 smoke out concert flyer

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tru matters
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tru matters
3 months ago

4/20 is soooooo passé

Farce
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Farce
3 months ago

“Legacy Permit Pansies” more like it! I’ll be in NYC where they are majorly throwing down on 4/20. Everybody back there so celebratory about weed with black market pop-ups everywhere and people finally freely smoking in public. They know and love and respect black market flowers, not really looking to pay double for old flower at the state-approved dispensaries. Weird how they are now freer that we are. And yeah- 420 is big back there and has zero reference to Humboldt. It’s just a weed-celebration day. Humboldt is in the rear view mirror and heading out of sight…We had 420 and we let our supes and council people drive it away. Now they pretend they are on your side. That’s Dumboldt County!!

AkbarD
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3 months ago
Reply to  Farce

So boring.

.0001
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.0001
3 months ago
Reply to  Farce

Finally someone woke enough to vocalize the truth about east coast, dispensary delusion, and the gifts of the true old school hippy market.
No one trusts the toxic dispensary heavy metal products, everyone loves old school hippy weed, wier they pretty much give out awesome, squeaky clean product, knowing they will be back to buy their sacred products.
And too funny about humbodlt product mocked as barrel weed, no color, no taste, and never bought when compared to those sexy nuggets grown by former humbodlt freaks.

Honeydew Bridge Chump
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Honeydew Bridge Chump
3 months ago

To be called out to tow cars at that event would be an event of a lifetime…

I’ll be in Indianapolis for the eclipse and with no legal marihuana available it should be a family friendly event, with the only tents being at Koa campgrounds because they stand against drug abuse being socially acceptable.

thetallone
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thetallone
3 months ago

While they swill their brewskis and cocktails

Honeydew Bridge Chump
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Honeydew Bridge Chump
3 months ago
Reply to  thetallone

Here right now and no smell of Devil’s Lettuce wafting around like a sewage plant- people are normal, and it’s great to spend money in a state without legal marihuana.

Glad that The People Of Indiana do not support Corp/Gov in their Lettuce market.

Need to repeal the government weed and go unregulated free market with a marihuana bale.

thetallone
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thetallone
3 months ago

Kinda missed my point. Alcohol is a drug. It’s socially acceptable/encouraged. And far worse than pot. At KOA they can break their arms patting themselves on the back for being ‘normal’.

TDog
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TDog
3 months ago

Celebrate Hitler’s Birthday!! Heck Yeah, I’m there!! Lol…..