HeadCount & Celestial Seasonings To Give Away Tea At Phish & Dead & Co Shows

By Andy Kahn Jul 10, 2018 1:32 pm PDT

Boulder, Colorado-based tea manufacturer Celestial Seasonings teamed with voter registration organization HeadCount to create two limited edition teas that will be given away at upcoming Dead & Company and Phish concerts. The “Ramble On Rose” and “Ginseng Sullivan” blends will be given away for free to concert-goers who sign up for HeadCount’s nonpartisan text and email election alerts.

Featuring artwork by poster artist AJ Masthay, “Ramble On Rose” will be available along Participation Row at Dead & Company’s concerts at Folsom Field in Boulder on July 13 and 14. Those who tour Celestial Seasonings’ headquarters in Boulder on July 14 will also have access to the limited-edition black tea infused with organically-harvested roses and other ingredients Additionally, “Ramble On Rose” will be available at the Lockn’ music festival in Arlington, Virginia on August 23 – 26.

Poster artist Jim Pollock was enlisted to create artwork for “Ginseng Sullivan” which will be available at HeadCount’s booth at Phish’s Curveball festival in Watkins Glen, New York on August 17 – 19. The limited edition tea will also be given away when Phish returns to at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado on August 31 – September 2.

“We’re very grateful, excuse the pun, to Celestial Seasonings for coming up with these great tea blends specially for fans of Dead & Company and Phish,” said HeadCount executive director Andy Bernstein. “This is a very creative, and generous way to engage music fans around the midterm elections.”

“We’re very proud to partner with HeadCount to support their mission of getting more people engaged and participating in our democracy,” said Tim Collins, Celestial Seasonings vice president. “It was such a thrill for us to create these new tea blends and partner with these incredible artists. We’re going to have a great time at the shows this summer talking to fans about how to get involved and be heard.”

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