Whether you’re going on Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in California or Rio Carnival in Brazil, it never hurts to be fully prepared.
Here’s what you should bring on a festival:
A Light Backpack
The reasons for this are quite simple. One, it’s for you to move freely. Two, it’s for you to not get tired easily. This allows you to not only fully see what the festival has to offer, but also to fully experience what the festival has in store for you. This also enables you to go all over the place conveniently – where you don’t need to think about your bag not permitted in due to specific rules on allowed things to bring.
Festivals are usually held in open spaces; meaning, there won’t be any chairs or any tables – unless you’re staying in a VIP section or in a food booth. Thus, you should bring a blanket. This allows you to rest comfortably on any space within the open field, as well as enables you to rest comfortably any time you want and anywhere you want.
A Water Bottle
Festivals are also usually held in crowded places; meaning, there won’t be that much space for you to take a good rest unless you’re staying outside the pit area. Thus, you should bring a water bottle. This allows you to keep up with all those energy around you, as well as enables you to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day.
Bringing a snack – or better yet, a homemade snack that you can make via a bread machine like those seen on breadmachineworld – on a festival will not just help you save up on costs, but also enables you to keep yourself invigorated throughout the day. Even more so, you will enjoy the festival more – where you don’t need to get outside of the pit area often just to buy something to eat.
Indeed, it never hurts to be fully prepared. Even if you’re just going on a small town festival, bringing a light backpack and a blanket, as well as a water bottle and a snack, is a must. What’s more, these must-haves can also be applied when you’re going camping in a deep forest or going hiking on a steep mountain.
Do you have any other tips and ideas when going on a festival? Let us know in the comments section below!