Explore cannabis culture at first Tree-O-Nine (309) Festival in EM

June event highlights QC’s cannabis culture

Cannabis culture Tree-O-Nine

Explore the cannabis culture at the first-ever Tree-0-Nine (309) Festival featuring two days of music, art, food and vendors to celebrate, educate, and advocate.

Sponsored by Yabba Dabbas House of Glass, the festival will be Friday and Saturday, June 28-29, at The Rust Belt, located at 533 12th Ave, East Moline

Heather Shadden, owner of Yabba Dabbas and the festival’s creator, said “This has never been done in the Quad Cities and I’m trying to help create a place I would want to be in, to work at, to visit, or be a part of. I want to do things that are new and exciting. I want to push the limits of what’s possible.”

The event will feature indoor and outdoor stages for the festival’s 17 musical acts. Local artists, food vendors and more are on tap. Guests must be 21+ to attend. Tickets prices run from $20 to $120 per person. 

The event schedule is: 

  • Friday, June 28 – 5:30-11:30 p.m.: Flabbergastor, The Tripp Brothers, The Dawn, Jon Wayne & The Pain, Tropidelic and Girl Talk.
  • Saturday, June 29 – 2:30-11:30 p.m.:  DJ Buddha, The Crew, Rude Punch, Wontu Trees, Ryan Jeter’s Mind at Large, Kris Lager Band, Sir Woman, The Pimps of Joytime, Waka Flocka Flame, and Chromeo – DJ Set.

Tickets are available at here. There are a variety of festival pass options. They iclude general admission. It’s two-day access to festival grounds including headlining performances inside The Rust Belt. General admission with VIP section includes two-day access with special VIP pit section for headliners.

Other options include a Friday or Saturday general admission or a Friday and Saturday outdoor admission. Upgrades are available at the box office.

Presented by Yabba Dabbas, Terrace Cannabis, Moline, is the event’s official dispensary. For more details, visit www.tree0nine.com/.

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