Festival Packing List

What to Pack

During the day it gets very hot with the sun beaming down. Clothing should be simple comfy and air-friendly bright colored fabrics that flow in the breeze and tons of fun. 100% cotton provides SPF and pockets are a big plus too. In the evenings it can get cold so you should check the forecast and take a jacket or rain poncho if necessary. Shoes should be closed-toe with enough support---Do Not wear flip-flops. Basic light ones like tennis shoes just won't do and will probably lead to injury.

If it is one day event, pack light but if you are spending the night, you should be better equipped. Below are some recommendations:

Clothing:
Cotton or satin skirts/dresses
Comfy and loose shorts
Jean shorts
Biker shorts
Tank tops
Cargo shorts
Wrap around's
Thai and yoga pants
Long-sleeved lightweight shirts
Sweatshirts for night
Long sleeved cotton pajamas (Also provides great protection from sun)
Heavy jacket/coat (It’s more fun to get one at a Vintage or Thrift store)
Cotton bras/ sports bra
Clean socks & undies (stored in Ziploc bags)
Bathing suits


Shoes:
Rubber flip flops
Hiking boots
Warm Slippers


Accessories:
Bracelets and Cuffs
Belly jewelry
Men's leather cuffs and Chains
Necklaces
Goggles
Body Paint
Stick-on tattoos
Small long-strapped bag
Fanny pack
Dumb pouch (for MOOP)
Decorative umbrella
Sarongs
Bandannas
Wigs
Turbans
UPF +50 Scarf/Band
Scarf
Wide-rim hat
Cowboy/girl hat
Hat clip
Journal and pen
Lavender drops
Incense
eCigarette
Small items to exchange with people for other things.


Gear:
Camelback (or backpack)
Bike
Foldable bike
Bike lock
Bike rack
Tent (Durable enough to withstand the sandstorms.)
Dome
Sleeping bag
Air mattress
Inflatable Pillow
Sheets
Towels
Aluminum shield
Carabiners
Inflatable couch and cushions to sit
Inflator
Bean Bag
MP3 player
Earphones
Weatherproof Bluetooth speaker
Hardrive with music
Solar charger
Weatherproof phone case
Adventure watch
Digital Camera
360 camera
Selfie stick
Go Pro
SD cards (With a lot of storage for all your pictures and videos.)
Lens wipe
Hoverboard
Electric skateboards
Games
Virtual Reality (VR) viewer
Guitar, Bongos and Ukulele
Drones
Flashlight
Head lamp
Small battery operated fan
Yoga Mat
Solar or Battery powered lights
Electricity generators


Essentials:
Tent (Durable enough to withstand the sandstorms.)
Dome
Sleeping bag
Air mattress
Inflatable Pillow
Sheets
Towels
Aluminum shield
Collapsible 5 gallon container
Cooler
Mug
Collapsible bowl/cup
Fork spoon fork set
Bottle/Wine opener
Ziploc bags
Garbage bags
Ground sheet/Plastic sheet
Water bottle
Canteen
Flask
Rope
Batteries (All sizes)
Bungee cords
Carabiners
Zip ties
Tape
Multifuncional pocket tool
Permanent marker
Lighter/matches
propane/butane
Flint
Bathroom/Toilet
Portable shower


First aid:
Pain killers/Aspirin/NAISD/Antacids
Thermal blanket
Cool rag
Spritzer
Umbrella
Poncho
Vaseline
Lotion
Lip balm
Aloe
Eye drops
Neti Pot
Vinegar wash
Muscle relief cream
Hand sanitizer
Unscented baby wipes
Tissue
Hard candy and gum
Pedialyte
Sunscreen
Plastic travel containers
Insect repellent
Mouthwash
Travel toothbrush kit
Band-Aids
Ointment
Antiseptic spray
Bandage wrap and tape
Dust mask
Recommended Food:
Protein and Power bars
Emergen-C
Paleovalley grass feed beef jerky
Canned tuna and Chicken
Peanut butter and jelly
Bread and crackers
Breakfast bars
Cereal
Dry Milk
Oatmeal
Dry food
Survivamino protein replacement tablets
Miso soup (The seasoning packets are good to keep the salt content in the body up.)