Music festivals are an extraordinary experience for artists and attendees alike.
These spaces manage to take people on a journey between sounds, dance, singing and even sensory moments.
Events like Coachella, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, Glastonbury and even the Estéreo Picnic have marked a before and after in the history of music and how it can be enjoyed.
Festivals not only celebrate the individual, but also the masses.
Over the years, these great events in the world have evolved with the purpose of generating a space in which all people feel comfortable, in addition, to launch different artists to stardom and generate community.
In addition to electronic, rock, indie or pop events, genres such as jazz, salsa, reggaeton and reggae have been added, with representative artists that have moved thousands of people who attend these festivals every year.
Bearing in mind that in this type of event you can live any type of experience, which will surely be unforgettable, we present you with a basic guide to live a festival to the fullest and not die trying.
Have a plan
The entities that organize these events tend to give information in advance so that attendees are prepared.
Knowing about the schedules, spaces and different common areas will be crucial so that you can enjoy yourself without setbacks.
Photos and videos make these music festivals forever captured.
In addition, mobile devices become an important object when it comes to touring the spaces because with this you can communicate and meet your friends in case you get separated.
For this reason it is advisable to save battery or bring a laptop so you can recharge your cell phone whenever you want.
Music, dancing and singing at the top of your lungs can leave you exhausted, both mentally and physically.
Stay hydrated and organize time with schedules to be able to rest and thus continue with the best attitude during the event.
protect your skin
It is advisable to bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen to take care of your skin during the moments of the day when the sun is strongest.
get ready for the rain
Do not forget to pack a tent in your suitcase that can accompany your outfit to protect you from heavy rain.
Also, you can choose to wear rain boots that match your style and prepare you for mud and puddles.
A young couple takes a selfie before a festival in the rain.
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Music festivals have become a space to express yourself.
Don't be afraid to be yourself, live every moment like never before, dress as you want and above all enjoy.
think about the return
It is normal that when a festival ends the exit becomes chaotic, nothing worse than waiting hours to find a taxi.
Plan in advance the return home, a possible alternative exit, buses or someone who can pick you up without any problem.
Sleep very well: Get enough rest before a music festival, in many cases these last several days and ideally you have the energy to enjoy the entire event.
First aid kit
It is good to be prepared for any circumstance, you can carry the essentials in your backpack.
Be careful, it is important that you are informed of what you can or cannot enter the festivals that you are going to attend.
A woman at a summer music festival with her face painted, in a camp.
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Most music festivals take place over several days, and in many cases you can camp at them.
So you must be prepared and bring everything you need for a night in the middle of music.
Coats in case the temperature drops
personal hygiene kit