Food and Drink
• Do remember to eat and drink -
you won't be able to keep partying otherwise.
• It's inevitable that you will end up eating fast-food for most of the weekend, but costs can quickly add up. It is sensible to take along a few bits of food and drink with you.
• Filling snacks such as flapjacks, fruit cake and cereal bars are a good option. Obviously, don't take anything that can go off, so avoid stuff that needs to be kept cool.
• Some festival-goers like to take a camping stove so that they can boil up some water for tea and warm up some beans for supper. It's up to you, but remember that you'll need to take along cutlery, plates, mugs, saucepans etc.
• Take plenty of water. It's a good idea to take a really big bottle for teeth-cleaning, washing etc, and then some smaller bottles for drinking.
• Glass is usually prohibited, but cans are allowed in the camping areas. Some festivals won't allow you to take your own booze from the campsite into the festival arena, but you can still have a cider or two at the tent and keep costs down.
• Take cash for drinks and food, as stalls often don't take cards.