Music festival season is in full swing! Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Tortuga Fest are all coming your way.
The good thing is that all of these top-notch events are spread out throughout the spring and summer seasons, giving you enough time to save money and jump from festival to festival. Music festival season, FYI, usually runs from April all the way to mid-August.
If road trippin' and camping out at music festivals are your thing, check out these must-have essentials for your next festival adventure!
#1) Personal Keg
These personal kegs are the best investment you could possibly make—especially if you like to get your boozy mood on while your favorite act performs. Even if the sun is bright and shining on the outs, your beer, soda, or water will never get hot in this 2-Liter keg.
#2) Comfortable Flip Flops
Nothing screams spring, summer, and sun in the fun like a good ole' pair of flip-flops. They are comfortable and cute! And if you want to make a statement and help out for a good cause at the same time, check out the selection at Showa Flops. Their proceeds are to helpHurricane Harvey victims in Texas.
#3) Fashionable headband
Only a real festival-goer knows how hot it could get in those camping grounds! That's why headbands are a must! Sugar Sky offers a great selection of fabrics made from 79 percent recycled water bottles and even with 35+ UV-rating for sun protection!
#4) All-Purpose Towel
Why pack a towel, a scarf, and a yoga mat when you can take a multi-purpose cloth and save up space in your backpack? This all-purpose, quick-drying towel is a campers dream come true. It could be used as a beach towel, a blanket, a scarf, and much more!
#5) Cozy Blanket
Everyone knows that deserts are HOT AF in the morning and cold AF at night! That's why nothing completes your musical-festival-camping essentials like a comfortable and cozy blanket. Ecuadane blankets,made out of a blend of alpaca and synthetic materials, are big enough for you and bae! Buying one of these babies for your camping adventure or even to have at home will help support the craftsmen and women who created them in Ecuador.
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