Helping curate the food dynamic of the festival is culture icon Jon Buscemi. This integral portion of the festival will highlight The Angels’ diversity and prestige as a leading and established culinary mecca. Being featured are unique and properly executed dish creations by a dozen of the city’s best restaurants & chefs including Yeastie Boys, Afters Ice Cream, Gusto Green, and Uncle Paulie’s Deli to name a few. “Traditionally, Cannabis festivals have the most basic of food offerings like funnel cake and trash pizza, but we know our guests would prefer better options so we’re bringing the city’s top culinary destinations together to feed the cannabis community” says Jon Buscemi.
Contemporary artist Cody Hudson, known for his design work under the alias Struggle Inc., was brought on as a partner to create and establish the visual identity of Green Street Festival. “It’s been a wonderful project! Being able to have my vision for the festival’s graphics and aesthetics help to transform the space and everything inside of it, I’m just really looking forward to the ways we’ll be bringing cannabis, food and music together in one space and tying them all together visually” says Cody Hudson.
“Weed is the headliner of this festival. We’ve been to countless Cannabis events across the country and we as attendees want to smoke weed with our friends and check in with the community, eat delicious food, and then be entertained… in that order” says Rama Mayo, Green Street President.
In addition to the world class Cannabis, Food, and Music – the festival will have all day outdoor activities including custom interactive games, large lounging areas, select carnival rides, experiential art installations, and a vendor village featuring custom art program and installations by Greg Mike & ABV Gallery.
Tickets and more information available now for both days of the festival atGreenStreetFest.com.
About Green Street:
Founded in 2013 by branding expert Rama Mayo and cannabis attorney Joshua Shelton, Green Street has gone on to create business pillars of the Cannabis industry including the Hall of Flowers trade show and their 67,000 Sq Ft community epicenter, 718 South Hill St., in Downtown Los Angeles. In 2017, Green Street caught the attention of business icon Gary Vaynerchuk and soon after he acquired 50% of the business with the belief that the Cannabis industry was just getting started.