Festival essentials checklist

The clocks have gone forward and the days are getting warmer.

You’re thinking about Festival season. You’ve got your tickets for Dubbed Out Festival, the camper has been serviced and now you’re shopping for the festival bits and pieces in preparation. But we always forget something. And who doesn’t love a list?

Your ultimate Festival essentials checklist!

 No doubt we’ve missed loads but at least we’ve got you started.

1. Campervan: Make sure your campervan is in good working condition and has all the necessary features for a comfortable stay.

2. Bedding: Pack warm blankets, sleeping bags, and pillows to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep.

3. Cooking equipment: Bring a portable stove, pots, pans, utensils, plates, cups, and cutlery for cooking meals.

4. Cooler: Keep your food and drinks fresh with a cooler that can be powered by a 12-volt car adapter.

5. Water containers: Carry enough water for drinking, cooking, and washing up. Consider bringing a water filter or purification tablets.

6. Portable shower: A portable shower can be a lifesaver, especially if there are no shower facilities available. 7. Toiletries: Pack toilet paper, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, and any other personal hygiene items you may need.

8. First aid kit: Keep a well-stocked first aid kit that includes bandages, pain relievers, antiseptic, and any prescription medications.

9. Insect repellent: Keep insects at bay with bug spray or other insect repellent.

10. Sunscreen: Protect yourself from the sun with sunscreen and hats.

11. Clothes: Pack clothes suitable for the festival’s weather conditions, including rain gear and warm layers.

12. Footwear: Comfortable, sturdy shoes or boots are essential for walking around the festival grounds.

13. Lighting: Bring flashlights, lanterns, and headlamps to navigate around the campsite at night.

14. Portable power bank: Keep your devices charged with a portable power bank.

15. Entertainment: Pack books, board games, or any other activities that can keep you occupied during downtime.

16. Trash bags: Keep your campsite tidy by bringing trash bags and disposing of them properly.

17. Festival essentials: Don’t forget festival tickets, wristbands, and any other necessary documentation.

18. Cash and cards: Bring enough cash and cards for food, drinks, and other festival expenses.

19. Maps and guides: Bring a map of the festival grounds, schedules, and any other useful guides.

20. Emergency contacts: Have a list of emergency contacts, including the campsite’s management, local hospitals, and emergency services. By following this checklist, you can ensure that you have all the essential equipment and items needed for a safe and enjoyable festival experience in your campervan. Here are a few more items to consider adding to your festival checklist:

21. Portable fan: If you’re attending a festival during the summer months or in a hot climate, a portable fan can provide much-needed relief from the heat.

22. Portable toilet: While most festivals have toilet facilities, they can become crowded and unpleasant. A portable toilet can be a more comfortable alternative.

23. Camp chairs and table: Having a comfortable place to sit and eat is essential for a relaxing festival experience.

24. Bluetooth speaker: A portable Bluetooth speaker can provide a soundtrack for your festival experience and keep the party going.

25. Power extension cord: A power extension cord can be useful for charging devices and powering appliances.

26. Extra batteries: Bring extra batteries for your flashlights and other electronic devices.

27. Umbrella: If you’re attending a festival during the rainy season, an umbrella can keep you dry.

28. Fire extinguisher: While rare, fires can occur in campervans. A fire extinguisher can help you respond quickly in case of an emergency.

29. Inflatable mattress: An inflatable mattress can be a comfortable alternative to sleeping on the campervan’s bed.

30. Spare tyre and jack.: Make sure your campervan has a spare tyre and that it’s in good condition in case of a flat tyre. Don’t forget the jack and locking wheel nut.

By having all these essential items in your campervan, you can ensure that you have a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable festival experience. Don’t forget to double-check your checklist before heading out to the festival, and always be prepared for unexpected situations.

Don’t forget the wine!!

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