After a long miserable year of no parties, no events, and no concerts I think we can all agree we are ready to RAGE.
This summer, all festivals that were put on hold are LIVE and LOUD. Which is why we need to make up for this tragically lost time.
If you’re like me, you may have forgotten how to party like we once did. Which is why I’ve put together a list of MUSTS for returning to concerts and festivals:
Playlist of Artists That Are Preforming
Days before the concert, make sure you compile a playlist of all the best songs from these artists so that you have a designated dj for your pregame.
Festival attire is no joke. Before you buy your outfit, make sure to do a little research on social to make sure that you have the right vibe. For example, if you’re going to Rolling Loud, you don’t want to be dressed for Coachella. An easy way to make sure you’re rocking the right fit, is to look up previous posts from past years at the same festival.
THIS PART IS KEY. I mean, it’s a give that you’ll pregame before going into the concert. The thing is, you need to go harder than usual with your pregame for these types of things. You want to make sure you’ll have a good enough drunk that will last you the majority of the concert. If not, you’re going to be spending $18 dollars for a Four Loko, which should be illegal.
Meet Up Spot
It is incredibly important to set up a meet up spot just incase you get separated from your friends. Although we never plan for it to, our phones seem to always die when we need them. Which is why, it is so key to make a plan to meet in 2 specific spots before going into the festival. One spot IN the venue and one spot OUTSIDE for the end of the night.
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