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Coachella Music Festival will let you get high, legally

Nope, we're not suggesting anything. We're just going to leave the facts about this uber-cool music festival here

Jayeeta Mazumder 29 March 2017, 7:42 PM
Coachella has a dope feature for VIP guests, all puns intended

Coachella has a dope feature for VIP guests, all puns intended Image: Twitter

As if Coachella needed one more reason to make headlines. The coolest and the biggest music festival in the whole wide world dropped yet another jaw-drop feature. It will host an official weed party. Legally. Yup, you read that right. This is set to be a VIP-only offer, though. We are not suggesting you snag that important-person-pass right about now. We are just going to leave the details here for you.

Have you got enough money, honey?

The Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival, to be held from Arpil 14-23, is letting you get high before entering the festival grounds. Just so you know, even though California allows you to carry up to an ounce of weed, Coachella has never allowed drugs on the festival grounds. Until now. And this is all happening because mobile app Weedmaps and marketing firm Talent Resources have taken up the cudgels to get festival-goers weed, legally.

There will be a compound called 'Marijuana Oasis,' close to the festival grounds. It will contain various dome structures for vaping, edibles, smoking and more. TMZ reports that there will be two grow houses, a greenhouse, and 5 geodesic domes, and 'budologists' will be at hand to offer recommendations.

And you thought a music fest couldn't get cooler or more bizarre. Watch this space.

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