Log Out Vegas is about to get a lot more chill, as Nevada becomes the fifth state to allow the recreational purchase of marijuana.
Hundreds of people lined up at Essence Cannabis Dispensary on the Las Vegas Strip.
Tourists are expected to make nearly two of every three recreational pot purchases in Nevada, but people can only use the drug in a private home.
It remains illegal to light up in public areas, including the Las Vegas Strip, casinos, bars, restaurants, parks, convention centers and concert halls — places frequently visited by tourists.
Some planned to give away free marijuana to their first 100 customers or throw parties with barbecues and food trucks later in the afternoon.