Worst thing you could do is go to a festival unprepared! So, here are seven things to add to any festival must have list!
Alright everyone, coming up at number one on the list is earplugs. Now, before anyone goes off on a tangent about how earplugs don't matter, I'm going to stop you right there. Earplugs matter. Your hearing matters. Protecting your hearing is very important. Bringing a pair of earplugs (no matter how fancy) to any event with loud 'noises', nobody wants trouble hearing.
You'd think this would be a given. You'd think this wouldn't be something I'd have to mention, but in this day and age you would be surprised. So anyone and everyone, no matter what the festival is, no matter how long you plan to be at said festival, remember one thing. The big ball of radiation in the sky will eat you alive, so be smart and bring some sunscreen! (And don't forget to use it!)
No one wants their phone to die, especially at a music festival. Even though you should be focusing on the world around you, having a phone for safety reasons is understood. Plus, its even better when it works. So, bringing a portable charger with you to any festival is a must have!
A Sturdy Pair of Shoes
Well depending how brave you are and the type of festival you're going to, a good pair of shoes is needed. No one wants to have issues when bringing a good pair of shoes could have avoided the whole thing!
Personal reasons why wet wipes are good to bring aside, these gems are a must have! Staying clean and keeping clean are important parts of having a great time at any festival. ( Especially when you're camping!)
Reusable water bottle
Now water is another important thing to have at a festival and a good percentage of festivals provide it to attendees for free. But does that mean you're going to be drinking it with your hands? No. Bringing a reusable water bottle is always a smart idea. Now, some festivals may not allow you to an unsealed bottle into festival grounds. But that's no sweat! Just bring a sealed one and save it to be refilled!
It's always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to going to festivals. Bringing a little extra cash and setting it aside for emergencies is always a smart move, you never know when it will come in handy!