What To Pack For a Music Festival

The festival season is well and truly underway and we've waited long enough right people!

With the likes of Wireless FestivalBritish Summer Time at Hyde Park, Lovebox Festival and All Points East coming shortly, we've put together 10 things you should bring:

  1. Ticket or wristband: Don't forget to bring your festival ticket or wristband to gain entry into the event.

  2. Identification: Carry a valid ID, such as a driver's license or passport, as some festivals may require age verification or for identification purposes.

  3. Cash and cards: It's always a good idea to have some cash on hand for food, drinks, merchandise, or any unexpected expenses. Additionally, bring your card for convenience.

  4. Water bottle: Staying hydrated is crucial during a music festival, so bring a reusable water bottle to fill up at water stations. It'll save you money and help reduce plastic waste.

  5. Sun cream: The UK is gonna be hot this summer so pack sun cream, sunglasses, and a hat to shield yourself from the sun's rays. Protecting your skin and eyes is essential for long hours spent outdoors, trust us!

  6. Comfortable shoes: Yes we know not the sexiest one, but expect to do a lot of walking and standing, so choose comfortable shoes that provide support. You'll want to avoid uncomfortable footwear or shoes that might get ruined in crowded or muddy areas.

  7. Backpack or bag: Carry a small backpack or bag to keep your belongings organized and easily accessible. Make sure it's not too bulky or oversized to comply with any festival bag policies.

  8. Portable Powerbank: Festivals can drain your phone battery quickly, especially if you're taking photos and videos, and all the calls to the crew when you get lost! Bring a powerbank to keep your phone powered throughout the day.

  9. Snacks snacks snacks: Having some lightweight snacks or energy bars in your bag can help keep your energy levels up between meals. Choose non-perishable items like granola bars, trail mix, or fruit snacks.

  10. A poncho: Even if the weather forecast looks clear, it's wise to be prepared for unexpected showers. Pack a lightweight rain jacket or a disposable poncho to stay dry and enjoy the festival despite the rain.


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