How to Pack for an Overnight Outdoor Festival
Choosing a Suitcase
Choose a Suitcase that will fit your clothes.
- Depending on how long you stay, depend on how big your Suitcase should be.
Choose a Suitcase that is sturdy, and is weather resistant.When going to a outdoor music festival, it can rain, and storm, so you want to make sure your Suitcase can keep your clothes dry, and one that won’t fall apart if it gets wet.
Use a Suitcase that you can easily carry, or pull.You don’t want your bag to be so big that you have a hard time traveling with it.
Research what the weather will be like the days you go.
Pick out your clothes.Below, under Clothes, are some suggestions on what to take.
- Make sure you pick your clothes to match the weather.
Make a plan of what you want to wear when.
Fold your clothes, so they will fit in your Suitcase.
Using your clothes plan, pack in chronological (E.g, If you are going to the festival on Monday, and will be staying until Friday, pack the clothes you will wear on Friday on the bottom of your bag, and the clothes for Monday, on the top.That way, they will be in order).
Being At the Site
Find your camp site.This is the first thing you will do when you arrive at your destination.
Set up your tent.
- Remember to put a tarp down under, and over your tent.
- If you are staying in a RV, or motor home, you will need to get that all set up, and leveled.
Pack up your clothes.Any clothes you have out of your bag, make sure to put them all back in.
- Check everywhere you have been to make sure you have everything, and aren’t leaving anything behind.
Take down your tent, and pack it up.
Clean up messes.You want to leave your camp site the same way it was when you first arrived.
- Pick up trash.
- Take everything you brought with you.
- Even though the festival will have vendors for food, it is good to bring your own food so you don’t have to spend money every time you want something to eat, or drink. You will want to pack all of this food in a cooler. Either separate ones, or one big one. You will need ice packs, and ice, to keep the food cold, and from spoiling.
- For hot weather you will want to bring clothes that are made to worn in the summer, but you also want to be prepared for cool weather. Always pack extra. If you are going for 7 days, pack for 11 days. Or, just to be prepared, pack for 14 days.
Things You Need
Clothes to Take
- Bring moisture wicking clothes, or natural fabrics.
- Mesh. This isn’t a natural fabric, but it is good to wear in hot weather.
- Sleeveless shirts
- Flip flops
- Sneakers, or Crocs
- Extra under wear and bras
- Camisole undershirts
- Pajamas (it could get cold at night, so bring long sleep wear, as well as light weight ones)
- Sweatpants or yoga pants (light weight, and or heavy)
- Swim suit
- Jackets (light weight, and or heavy)
- Sweat shirts (light weight, and or heavy)
- Washcloth (small towel)
- Face soap
- Hand soap
- Comb, and or brush
- Shampoo, and conditioner
- Body soap
- Sun screen
- Aloe for sun burns
- Bug spray
- Toilet paper (always a good thing to have, encase of an emergency)
- Paper towels
- Feminine needs
- Make up
- Hair products (Hair spray, leave in conditioner, ETC)
- Band aids
- A first aid kit
Things to Take
This is a list of objects you can use at your camp site, as well as for on the car ride down, so you have something to do when not participating in the festival.
- Books, or magazines
- Mad Libs booklet
- A hand held game console
Things for Camping
- Tent, or RV
- 2 tarps, for under and over your tent. So rain, and morning dew doesn’t get in.
- Food (See, “Food to Take.”) and drinks
- Extra stakes
- Sleeping bag
- Sheets, and blankets
- However many pillows you need
Food for Meals
- Hot dogs
- Sandwiches (Subs, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, deli meat sandwiches, ETC)
- Just Add Water Pancakes (for if you have a grill)
- Eggs (for if you have a grill)
Food for Snacks
- Granola bars
- Bagged snacks
- Dried fruit
- Trail mix
- Water (and lots of it). You can bring re-usable water bottles so you can re-fill it.
- Any sports drink (Such as, Gatorade, Body Armor, and Red Bull)
- Coffee (You will need a french coffee maker)
Objects For Cooking
- Air pump
- Paper plates & bowls
- Plastic silverware
- Measuring cups
- Heavy-duty aluminum foil
- Paper towels
- Trash bags
- Dish soap
- Cooking oil, or Pam spray
- Containers for food storage
- Paper cups
- Cutting board
- Ziplock bags
- If you have one, bring a little propane grill.
- Skillet, or pan
- French coffee maker
First Aid Kit Contents
You can put your first aid contents together in any plastic container.
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