It just got a hell of a lot easier to get stoned at Coachella

It just got a hell of a lot easier to get stoned at Coachella

MusicMarch 29, 2017 By Brian Frederick

You're allowed to get as high as you want in the state of California, its recently passed Prop 64 makes it so. But being able to buy weed recreationally doesn't begin until at least New Year's Day of 2018. That's a far cry from when Coachella begins mid-April of 2017. So what's a stoner to do?

TMZ reports that a few enterprising companies have gotten together to form the festival's first (non-affiliated) weed oasis smack dab in the middle of the desert. Actually some 6 miles outside of the festival grounds, Weedmaps and Talent Resources have announced plans to build strange geo-dome looking things where revelers can come and sample all kinds of goodies.

'The Oasis' is reportedly open to VIP guests and features "2 grow houses, a greenhouse, and 5 geodesic domes to test different strains from GenX, Brass Knuckle and West Coast Cure," says the site.

To subvert any legal issues, TMZ's insider insists that all weed on the premises will be given away and not sold. 

Heaven, it exists.