We Welcome Jammin On Maui to the Jammin On Family of Stores

Jammin On Maui

Today, March 4, we welcomed a new member of the Jammin On family of stores. Jammin On Maui is located at the Pauwella Cannery  at 375 W Kuiaha Rd, Haiku-Pauwella, Maui (next door to Baked on Maui.) Madeline Ann and Joey Jammin have been working together on this vision and are happy to be able to spread wearable color thru tid-dyed clothing that represents our tribal selves from within ☆♡☆  First day today March 4, went great!!

Free Concert: Catfish John at the Brooklyn Bowl, 8 pm March 11

Catfish John at the Brooklyn Bowl March 11
Catfish John at the Brooklyn Bowl March 11

Our favorite Grateful Dead cover band “Catfish John” will be playing a free concert at the Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas at 8 pm on March 11.

Granny Jammin
Granny Jammin at the Brooklyn Bowl

Granny and the Jammins will be bringing down a special selection of the newest JamminOn dyes from the Rainbow studio! Grab a shirt or a pair of yoga pants, slip it on and start infusing it with your own musical memories!!

Yoga Pants galore
Shirts and Yoga pants at the Phil Lesh and Friends show – We will have NEW ones for YOU!!

We’re Vending at Phil and Friends, Feb 26 at the Brooklyn Bowl!!


Jammin On Haight and Jammin On Main will be bringing their world-class tie-dyes to the Brooklyn Bowl for one night only!! Look for us there!

After the Show!
We had a great night! Music was fantastic and the PhilFans were generous in their support of us – and Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas were great to work with.  Here’s some pictures of the Jammins  at the event!

Jammin On Main is supporting the KNPR Winter Fund Drive!

Update: the Tapestry earned $110 in support of KNPR – someone got a bargain!

Support your Nevada Public Radio and own one of JeremyStRebel’s amazing tapestries! It’s up for bids, folks! But do it fast – the auction closes on February 20th!  KNPR will ship anywhere in the country, so don’t be shy about bidding!!

Click on the honu below to go to the KNPR auction site and place your bid!


Jammin On Main (at 1400 S Main St in the Arts and Antiques District of Las Vegas) is offering a tapestry by world renowned tie-dye artist Jeremy StRebel of Jammin On Haight in San Francisco.  The tapestry is printed on soft, vibrant and durable woven microsuede fabric in JamminOn’s Rainbow Workshop on their own dye-sublimation printer.  ThisTapestry is machine washable and UV resistant.  Finishing includes double hemmed edges to prevent fraying and 1/4″ corner loops for wall hanging to protect the longevity of the art.

And, if you are going to be in Vegas before the end of MAY,  you can bid on one of the gift certificates to come down to Jammin On Main to pick out a man’s shirt or a ladies shirt or a pair of our popular tie-dyed yoga pants! ‪Stock changes frequently but take a look at  What’s New in the Store to see some recent selections

Jammin on Main – Jammin on Haight’s new Las Vegas Tie-Dye Boutique


Welcome to my cozy tye-dyed corner of the world. I’m Granny Jammin, otherwise known as Dr. Mauri Collins.  My sons, BenJammin, Jeremy and PaulSimon are among the world’s finest tie-dye artists.

The Jammin family’s newest venture, Jammin on Main, lives inside Main Street Peddlers at 1400 S. Main Street, #9 on the corner of Main & Imperial in Las Vegas. The vintage mall (managed by Benjammin’s Aunt Sarah) is a treasure chest of mid-century modern, vintage, and collectibles and the perfect location to bring Jammin tie-dyes to Las Vegas.

2015 celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Grateful Dead – the iconic San Francisco group who wrote the sound-track to a counterculture movement that brought tie-dyes into the mainstream of American fashion

Granny Jammin runs the boutique store stocked with world-class dyes created by the Jammin Rainbow crew headed by her sons, Benjammin and his brothers, Pauly & Jeremy, who are on a mission to recolor the world.

The flagship Jammin store – Jammin on Haight in San Francisco’s historic Haight Ashbury District – is a frequent stop for both tourists and locals alike.  Over the past three years, Jammin on Haight – on the corner of Haight and Masonic – has revitalized an iconic corner in the Haight.


The tie-dyes for the Jammin On stores – in Haight Ashbury and here in Las Vegas,  are made by hand in the Rainbow Factory  in Novato, CA. Brothers Jeremy, PaulSimon, and Benjammin have trained a new generation of dye masters to keep the color flowing. Over a dozen young artists work tirelessly, with the Jammin boys, to create unique, expressive garments for both locations. Jammin On takes pride in using Made in America white goods.

I couldn’t be prouder of my sons turning their artistic talents into a thriving business that also gives emerging artists meaningful work. Not to mention, helping their mom enjoy retirement a lot more!

Enjoy your unique rainbow!