1. Admission Tickets
Make sure you have your tickets ready to go and that you know where they are, in case you need to access them quickly.
Make sure you have your driver’s license or other forms of identification with you, in case security needs to verify your admission.
It’s always a good idea to have some cash on hand in case you need to buy something at the festival.
Sunscreen is essential for festivals, especially if you’re going to be outside for an extended period of time.
5. Hats, Sunglasses, and Other Sun Protection
The sun can be brutal at festivals, so it’s important to protect yourself from it.
6. Food and Drinks, Including Plenty of Water
You’ll definitely want to bring some food and drinks with you, especially if the festival is going to last all day. Water is especially important, as dehydration can be a problem at festivals.
7. Portable Charger for Your Phone
With all the excitement and festivities at festivals, it’s easy to run down your phone’s battery. Bring a portable charger so you can keep your phone charged up all day long.
8. Blanket or Sheet to Sit On
A blanket or sheet is a great way to avoid sitting on the ground, which can be dirty and uncomfortable.
9. Bug Spray
Mosquitoes and other bugs can be a nuisance at festivals, so make sure you bring some bug spray with you to keep them at bay.
10. First Aid Kit
Accidents can happen at festivals, so it’s a good idea to have a first aid kit on hand just in case.