The city of Indio, where Coachella takes place, is cracking down on marijuana use.
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Similarly to how organizers of the sold-out extravaganza are able to place a ban on hula hoops, air horns, selfie sticks and other things that are perfectly legal, concert promoters Goldenvoice have chose to adopt an anti-marijuana policy.
Last year, Weedmaps set up a "weed oasis" six miles from the festival site - maybe something similar will be created for those looking for a similar experience before heading to the festival. Marijuana and marijuana products aren't allowed inside [the festival]. "Even in 2018 and beyond".
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However, organizers hint that the policy could change at some point in the future.
Indio police Sgt. Dan Marshall explained the situation to the Los Angeles Daily News.
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According to the Desert Sun, Indio, where Coachella is held, has not adopted any marijuana-friendly legislation. Fortunately, past editions of Coachella have featured "amnesty boxes" at its entrances where people can ditch their stashes before entering the fest with no questions asked.
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