Wear a hat every day. It serves as a sun-blocker & lets you do dry shampoo & go. A New Day Women’s Floppy Hat
Don’t miss your favorite band. What, you trust your phone to not die? Boum Originaire Ladies’ Marbelized Dial Leather Band Watch
These one-piece suits are super cute & would totally fit in with a pair of destroyed shorts. Xhilaration Women’s Embroidered One-Piece Swimsuit
These pair with anything. Just don’t forget the sunscreen! Mossimo Supply Co. Women’s High-Rise Destructed Jean Shorts
Gotta have a hat. Avoid wool or thicker material because it’s too hot. Goodfellow & Co Men’s Striped Flat Brim Baseball Hat
Temporary tattoos can help you try out a new persona. Metallic Tattoos: Temporary Tattoos to Dazzle and Delight
You’ll probably feel parched a lot. Gum will keep your mouth from having that peanut butter & cottonball feeling. Project 7 Fairytale Fruit Gourmet Gum
This is no joke. Cell & wireless coverage will be spotty at best. Keep connected with your friends without any fuss. 4-pk. Cobra SH130-4 8 Mile Walkie Talkies
It gets loud. Don’t ruin your ears. These will actually make things sound better. Mack’s Dreamgirl Soft Foam Earplugs
So easy to bring with you. You could probably even charge for some time in it. CleverMade QuikFill AirChair Outdoor Hangout Recliner
A nice little home base lets you get out of the sun and take a little me-time. Embark 9’x6’ Sun Shelter
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Creative Project Manager at Target I’m a proud Wisconsin gal who grew up singing with my dad & two sisters at local fairs & festivals, so I’m a total sucker for good harmonies, cry-worthy strings & thoughtful lyrics. I love that festivals have the ability to bring all genres of music & their unique fans together. There’s nothing quite like that atmosphere. Plus, the people-watching is incomparable.
Program Manager at Target I grew up with music blasting through the house & dancing whenever I could find space to do it. Our family trips were often centered around nature & camping. Naturally, music festivals were right up my alley for the way they meld music & nature. I just love the feeling of fresh air in your lungs & pounding bass lines in your chest. When I hit a festival, the only time the music stops is when I’m asleep.