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Glastonbury is here, and to help any of you who are planning to pitch a tent and enjoy a bit of music in a field this weekend, or later in the summer, we’ve put together a survival kit to help you enjoy homemade goodies all weekend.
So, let’s start with the festival kit essentials – what to take:
- Foldaway knife
- Little chopping board
- Mixing/serving bowl
- Medium pan
- Small gas hob or trangia
- Salt and pepper
- Olive oil
- Bin bag
- Cool box
On day one you’ll be busy pitching your tent and getting your bearings, so keep the food simple and make this delicious chilli at home, then wrap with lots of blankets (Jamie’s top tip is to use the ones you intend to sit on while eating) and enjoy for supper. Have it with homemade bread or tacos, and even chop up a few tomatoes and sprinkle over with coriander. You’ll be the envy of the campsite!
For the rest of the weekend, think about fresh ingredients that don’t need refrigerating, like tomatoes, avocados, lemons, garlic, mushrooms, onions and apples. Bring a good loaf of bread and you can even think about cured meats – as long as they are kept in your cool box they’ll be fine.
Packing your cool box with a lots of frozen water bottles is a brilliant little festival hack. They melt much more slowly than normal ice, prevent the bottom of your cool box from getting wet and provide you with ice-cold water when things get hot.
| More: Top tips to stay hydrated.
A couple of your favourite condiments are absolutely essential, too. They perk up pretty much anything – so if you end up buying a cheap burger – a dollop of your favourite chilli sauce can save almost any sorry looking snack.
With the right fresh, simple ingredients to hand, you can make any kind of amazing sandwich to keep you going, and any kind of salad too. Add a packet of dried couscous and one of pasta and you have yourself a feast – you have boiling water thanks to your pan and gas hob, so go beyond a cup of tea or coffee!
| More: How to make cold brew coffee.
You’ll probably appreciate your own food the most in the morning – when you wake up with a sore head. Here are a couple of ideas to help speed up your recovery.
- Smashed avocado on toast with a fried egg and hot chilli sauce
- Garlic mushrooms on toast with scrambled eggs and crispy chorizo
- Crispy chorizo and apple sandwich
The smell of these recipes in the morning will be enough to get everyone up and about. It’s so much better than queuing for miles for a greasy fry-up, and none of the recipes above need anything more than a frying pan.
For more festival food inspiration, check out our alfresco recipes, or read our guide to cooking at festivals.
Best Survival Food Kits in 2021
We live in a wonderful world of modern conveniences, but it’s also insanely fragile. You’re not the only one who’s been prepping for the day the walls come down. Having a survival food kit is essential until you can get more stable sources of food going in a SHTF scenario, and depending on the situation, you may need more than just a couple of days to keep you and your family going.
Whether you’re preparing for a major disaster or the next big hurricane, tornado or far-reaching wildfire, it’s important to have the necessities packed. You’re going to be leading you and your family through hell and back, and in that time, you need to keep them fed, and also keep yourself in prime condition so you can aptly defend them. We’ve snuffed out the top ten survival food kits, to take the guesswork out of your disaster preparation.
The Ultimate Music Festival Packing List
You found it! What follows is the Ultimate Music Festival Packing list! These are the essentials for any camping festival but this list will also come in handy for any other music festival.
This list of what to bring to a music festival is from years and years of attending music festivals of all types and refining our list every time. We believe that being prepared for anything at a music festival is one of the best ways to ensure you have a good time.
Knowing that you have everything you will need is a great way to fully enjoy your festival experience and lose yourself in the weekend of good jams, good vibes, and good company.
If there is anything you think we are missing from the list feel free to tweet us @festsurvival or hit us up on Facebook with your suggestions!
Your camp is your home for the duration of your festival experience. If you have ever been camping before you know that forgetting just one little item can ruin your weekend… toilet paper, am I right? This list of music festival camping supplies is one that we consider pretty much complete and if you remember each of these items you are sure to see camp envy in the eyes of your neighbors.
- Tent – This Coleman Camping Tent rocks!
- Sleeping bag – Here is the perfect sleeping bag to keep you snug while camping. are a must! (if you pack this also include a pump or extra batteries for the pump, a patch kit for repairs, and sheets to cover it with)
- Keep everything charged with a Goal Zero Yeti
- Extra toilet paper , at least one per person and an extra (it’s a good idea to pack a large for drinks and to use as a table and a smaller one for food for the tent for the tent
- Cleaning spray (Windex, etc.) (also include extra batteries, CD’s or whatever you need for this) for electronics
- Extra car keys (if you are camping with friends you may want to give them extra car keys or keyless entry devices so they can store valuables in the car and have access to it if you get separated) , hot hands
- Flag or tiki torches (to mark your campsite so you can find it easily)
- Optional items like a fold-out table (regulation beer pong size or otherwise), or a rug Small shade tents, large umbrellas, and Sunbrellas can be helpful to block out sun and rain during the shows if the festival allows them in the venue to hang up for decoration
As far as food goes it’s up to you what to bring but we try and pack things that are easy to snack on as well as meals that can be easily prepared in the dark or with limited supplies. We always pack lots of chips, sandwiches, and granola bars because those seem to be the things we eat the most. Grilled cheese and soups are also good, especially when it‘s cold outside.
We put together another great list of food to pack for a music festival weekend of awesomeness here that includes some of our favorite recipes.
Staying healthy for the festival is essential and food certainly plays a role in that, so we put together some tips on how to stay healthy at a festival as well.
Toiletries & Personal Items
You want to stay clean right? If not for you, at least do it for your friends and fellow festival fans. The items on this packing list are often some of the most overlooked and forgotten items amongst even the seasoned vets. Be sure to check all of these items off your list before heading out.
As far as festival outfits go it’s up to you what to pack. My only suggestions are to bring things you don’t mind getting messed up because you will be outside partying all weekend and things can get pretty dirty. Especially if there is any chance of rain, make sure to pack extras of everything so that you can put on dry clothes whenever you want to. Also, make sure to bring some long sleeves even if it is a summer festival because if you get a little sunburned it can be chilly once the sun goes down.
- Shoes (pack at least one pair of walking shoes as well as flip flops and sandals)
- Rain shoes or crocs
- Skirts, jeans, shorts
- Tanks, t-shirts, hoodies, jacket
- Sleeping clothes, sweat pantsBathing suit (these can be wildly handy for many reasons as well as for fashion)
- Undies and bras
- Scarves, gloves, skull caps
- Backpacks or Camelbak
These are the essentials but you should also think about fun stuff to do at the campsite like hula hoops, glow sticks, Frisbees, soccer balls, playing cards, and anything else you like to do. I also like to bring a book in case I need a few quiet minutes away from the madness. Also, a paper and pen can always be good to have around. People often also wear crazy costumes and things like that so go nuts. And don’t forget your camera!
If you and your friends play music, bringing instruments can also make the camp hangouts a hell of a lot more fun. Typically an acoustic guitar and a djembe or if you are so inclined you could learn to play ukulele and wow your friends with some singalongs!
We hope this list helps you be more prepared for your upcoming music festival adventure! If you want a handy checklist to download to make sure you never forget anything when packing for a music festival again, we put together a free downloadable checklist here.
As always, get out there and have a blast, and if there is anything you think we forgot please feel free to reach out.
Camping And Music Festival Survival Guide
If you’ve been wondering what to take to a festival when you’re camping and you need a festival survival guide, then you’ve come to the right place. Here we attempt to give you the ultimate festival gear guide luxury festival accessories for those who aren’t concerned about how much kit they will be carrying to the campsite reader recommended top tips for a happy festival stay and a list of the best festivals to visit in Europe and USA… in our collective camping opinion. But don’t just listen to us… add your recommendations in the comments section below if you think we’ve missed anything.
The Best Festivals In Europe And The USA To Visit
Here’s our summary of the best festivals to visit for a bit of music, camping and misbehaving madness!
- Glastonbury, Somerset, UK, June
- Donauinselfest, Austria, June
- Fusion, Germany, July
- Summersault, Devon, UK, July
- Wanderlust, California, July
- Womad, Malmesbury, UK, July
- Larmer Tree, Wiltshire, UK, July
- Deer Shed Festival, Yorkshire, UK, July
- Secret Garden Party, July
- Mandrea Festival, Italy, July
- EXIT, Serbia, July
- Rosklide, Denmark, July
- Camp Bestival, Dorset, UK, July
- Croatia Rocks, July
- Burning Man, Nevada, USA, August
- Beautiful Days, Devon, UK, August
- Just So Festival, Cheshire, UK, August
- Port Eliot Festival, Cornwall, UK, August
- The Green Man, Wales, August
- Wilderness, Oxfordshire, UK, August
- Into The Valley, Sweden, August
- Rock En Seine, France, August
- Sziget, Hungary, August
- Flow Festival, Helsinki, August
- Tomorrowland, Belgium, USA & Brazil
- Festival 6, Portmeirion, UK, September
- Bumbershoot, Washington, USA, September
- End Of The Road, Wiltshire, UK, September
- Bestival, Isle Of Wight, September
When it comes to choosing the right gear for camping on the festival site, it’s best to do your research. Firstly, take a look at our ultimate camping checklist and note the items that are important for you to take. Think about the size and weight of these items as it is easier to travel light when it comes to visiting the festival site, so cut down your items as much as possible. For example, you might want to avoid taking a camping stove and instead opt for buying food and drink ready-made when you need it.
Best Festival Survival Tips From Our Readers
Surviving a festival unscathed may not be your main priority, but if it is then a few of these tips will help you ‘let your hair down’ safely and in relative comfort.
- The car park is always a long way from the campsite so make sure you pack light and take a trolley with you so it’s easy to move your festival gear around.
- Get a lightweight and rapid pitch tent. The Green Hurricane Air Tent is a perfect inflatable tent for festivals. The manufacturer claims it can be pitched in 120 seconds and as it’s made from 100% polyester it is lightweight and easy to carry.
- Pack essential toiletries so you aren’t caught short. Include: dry shampoo, hand sanitizer, wet wipes, loo roll and hangover cures.
- A multi-use lightweight towel, which also works as a wrap or somewhere to sit, is also very useful. Our design choice would be the Hammamas with its fantastic colour range.
- Aways pack a pair of earplugs so you can get some sleep… if you want to!
- If your festival is in a country where the weather can’t be guaranteed, pack: sunglasses, sun hat, sun cream, flip-flops, boots and a rain jacket.
- There are very few places to sit down at festivals, especially if it is wet and muddy, so always have a seat with you. An umbrella seat is the perfect solution.
- Don’t ever loose your friends or tent by taking a festival flag with you.
- Drinks are expensive and queues are long, so take a water bottle to carry with you.
- Do your kids have walkie talkies at home? If so, you can use them when mobile phone systems become gridlocked on the site.
- Download an app similar to Shazam before you go, so you can find out the music playing simply by using your smart phone. You can find out more useful festival apps here.
- Get yourself a great head torch and a long-lasting battery. You’ll need it.
- Another ingenious way of seeing in the dark is by using a thermal image camera. Seek Thermal Camera can be plugged into your iPhone so you’ll never miss the unseen again!
- If you want to upload your pictures before anyone else, make sure you have your own wifi and smart phone charging unit. You can find out more about the portable wifi unit we use here.
- Take a handy sized backpack, just big enough to fit all your belongings in for a day on the festival site. We love these designs.
- If you intend to sleep where you drop, you might want to get one of these wearable sleeping bags.
- Keep things simple by getting the easiest tent to pitch. Our choice would be the pop-up-tent or the inflatable tent. Both can be put up in seconds, leaving you plenty of time to party!
The Best Luxury Festival Accessories
Finally in our festival survival guide we’ve added a bit of glamour. If you are thinking of visiting a luxe camping festival to do a spot of posh camping, you’ll need to take a few extra accessories to get the glamping party going with a bit of extra glitz.
- Never be without a comfortable place for you and your friends to hang out by getting your hands on an inflatable sofa.
- While your chilling with your friends, impress them by giving them a refreshing cocktail.
- Wow your friends with your look by getting some temporary metallic tattoos.
- Look the part by exploring some festival fashion or wearing a festival headband.
- Try out some of our DIY glamping ideas to really put the pizzazz into your glam camping festival visit.
Finally make sure you take care of yourself on the festival site and follow the advice of professionals when it comes to your personal safety.
Have we missed anything out of our festival survival guide? Let us know in the comments section below.
Picture Credits: Summersault Festival
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Survival Food for Survival Kit
Today I’d like to talk a little bit about some ‘good’ survival food you can have in your survival kit. A couple of days ago I talked about the reasons why you should have a disaster plan for your family and Ken has also been talking about the different types of survival kits you should have ready. Let’s talk about something that goes inside the kit – your survival food.
Canned foods are convenient for your car kit or a kit that you want to use to survive for more than a day. They are heavier than other foods, but not a problem for in the car or several in a survival pack. Canned foods are already cooked so you can eat them without heating them. They will provide you with a nice amount of calories and protein if you choose wisely. Read the labels.
Another convenient item would be a brand of protein/energy bar. There are many brands out there at your local market. Ken and I prefer Power Bars, but there are so many others, such as Kashi and Kellogg’s and many more. A variety of these bars will give you calories and protein, but read your labels as some of them may not be as calorie-dense as you may expect.
An important thing to remember is the food packed in your kit should be calorie dense, easy to carry and easy to eat/heat (if necessary). Another ‘easy’ food that is great for your survival kit are MREs. They are relatively lightweight and can provide you with a tasty nutritious meal (except for the very high sodium content :=) Just remember to put some MRE heaters in your kit!
Peanut butter is another easy and calorie dense food. You can eat it right out of the jar or spread it on crackers if you have some packed. Be aware of the thirst that some foods may bring on though.
Nuts are another great food to have in your survival kit. Stored in an airtight container or vacuum sealed in a plastic bag are a few good ways to pack them. Nuts are very high in dietary fiber, and are one of the best plant sources of protein.
Another survival food consideration is if you have any dietary related health issues, this should be a factor you consider when packing your ‘food’. Things like diabetes and high blood pressure may cause you to pack different food types. Just bear that in mind. For example, if you need lots of potassium, you could pack some dehydrated banana chips. You get the idea.
Don’t forget to have some water packed, or water filter, depending on your kit.
These are just a few ideas to get you thinking so you can make sure you’ve packed your survival kit with the right survival food for you and your family.
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Protip: Only use a pea-sized amount for both armpits. Rub it in until it dries clear. A little goes a long way!
The ultimate festival shopping list:
First things first, you will need a tent. Don&apost even think of not taking one.
This 4 man tent from Go Outdoors has 28% off making it just £25.00 and will keep you warm and dry. You can find other budget but good quality tents from Freedom , Vango and Coleman .
Top tip - Get a tent that&aposs &aposa size up&apos, that extra person&aposs room will make all the difference when you&aposre not packed in like sardines.
Next up, you will need a sleeping bag. This one from Decathlon , is perfect to keep warm in chilly summer evenings. And it&aposs only £11.99 , which for a quality sleeping bag is a steal.
Hair can end up looking far from its finest after a day on the field, so make sure you bring some products to help keep it looking Instagram ready.
Aussie do a great one for £4.69 (from Boots) in an array of delicious scents, such as Kiwi or Peach. There&aposs even 2 for £7 on selected Aussie too.
After a few years sleeping on a cheap yoga mat (I wouldn&apost recommend it), I&aposve invested in a self inflating airbed . They flatten and roll into nothing, but those few centimetres of air when inflated will make a massive difference.
You&aposll also need something to get it all there in. Go Outdoors have made a massive reduction on this Hi Gear Nepal 65 backpack, with 50% off for £20.00 . There&aposs loads of pockets, and space, making it perfect for carrying everything you need, and easy to find things in your tent.
Wellies are an absolute must, even in good weather, this Solognac Glenarm Hunting Wellies are £8.99 from Decathlon, meaning you can have quality boots which keep your feet dry without spending a fortune.
Also buy a lightweight anorak, to keep dry when the rain inevitably strikes. This Beghaus Men&aposs Stormcloud Waterproof Jacket is only £40.00, and will but will keep you dry. Ladies, we love this ASOS Borg High Shine Rain Jacket for £33.00.
This charger may not be the cheapest, but for a few pounds more it&aposs worth it. This Raw Power charger has enough juice for at least six full charges of most smart phones, it&aposs £36.99 but it&aposs one of the best.
Save space in your bag and grab tissues over toilet roll, a pack of six is only 60p . Let&aposs just leave that one there shall we?
You&aposll be outside all weekend and looking at this forecast you&aposll need to make sure you&aposre sun safe. This Mailbu suncream is only £2.50 , so no more burnt shoulders and foreheads.
If the weather&aposs nice and you&aposre in shorts, make sure you pick up some over knee socks , they&aposll stop the top of your wellies rubbing your legs.
You can&apost stay on your feet all day, so make sure to invest in a camping chair, they fold into nothing and will save you sitting on the muddy floor all weekend, this one is under £8 from Argos .
A travel pillow will make your tent feel more like bed, sleeping on a rolled up jumper is no where near as nice. This orange one is bright, light and only £7.99.
Don&apost forget wet wipes , hand santiser and Vitamin C tablets - these handy extras will make your life a lot easier.
Partying all day and night takes its toll, so give yourself a boost the morning after with some Berocca . The vitamins should give you a bit more energy and wake you up ready for another day full of music.
They&aposre currently 3 for 2 at Boots , so stock up for less.
It&aposs also worth taking re-hydration sachets, and mini squashes to add to your water to get you hydrated too!
Now for the fun stuff.
Sparkle all day and night in this long lasting glitter from Karizma , you&aposll need to attach it with vaseline, but it&aposll shine as long as you do. Don&apost go for arts and crafts glitter, it&aposll hurt.
Battery operated fairy lights are perfect for brightening up your tent, plus they look great.
Pick out a pair of party suitable sunglasses, it&aposs a festival, so try not to stick to plain black. ASOS have a number under £10 for men and women .
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HELPING YOU MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR MUSIC FESTIVAL
Festival Survival Guide was built by festival fans for festival fans. We don’t know where we would be without music and the festival experience, and we know you feel the same.
This site is full of useful information for anyone heading to a music festival this season. We have written guides for a ton of festivals on our blog, provided countless tips to keep things safe and fun, and are now working on the ultimate music festival gear store. If this is your first time on the site, we recommend starting here and then making your way over to the Blog. Cheers!
Mi Tierra is selling ’Fiesta Survival Kits’ for the Fiesta-deprived
SAN ANTONIO – Mi Tierra is trying to console San Antonio by selling “Fiesta Survival Kits” after the city’s biggest party was postponed due to the coronavirus crisis.
With Fiesta postponed to Nov. 5-15, La Familia Cortez Restaurants is offering meals at a time when the city would normally be preparing for the 11-day, citywide party.
“The phrase ‘Fiesta responsibly’ has taken on a whole new meaning this year,” the restaurant group said in a news release. “Fiesta may be postponed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have your own quarantine fiesta with your familia.”
Two options are priced at $70 and $75, and include fajita, fixings, rice, beans, guacamole, pico de gallo, tortillas and chips. They also come equipped with papel picado, cascarones, a loteria game and access to a Fiesta playlist.
Margaritas and micheladas can be added on for $20-$55.
Orders for Fiesta kits must be placed online 24 hours in advance. Meals can be picked up at Mi Tierra in Market Square.
As a way to give locals a short break from the pandemic, KSAT12 will be rebroadcasting last year’s Fiesta parades on the days they would have occurred this year.