Coachella is one of the most highly-anticipated music festivals of the year, drawing thousands of music enthusiasts from all over the world. But with so many people in one place, it can be overwhelming to know where to start when it comes to planning your housing and camping arrangements. Here are some tips to help make your Coachella experience as fun, safe, and secure as possible.
- Consider camping on-site. While there are plenty of off-site housing options available, camping on-site can be a great way to fully immerse yourself in the Coachella experience. Plus, you won't have to worry about transportation to and from the festival each day. Just make sure to book your spot early, as they fill up quickly.
- Invest in a high-quality tent. If you plan to camp on-site, a high-quality tent is a must. Cheap tents may seem like a good idea at first, but they can fall apart easily and leave you vulnerable to the elements. Invest in a tent that is durable, waterproof and can withstand strong winds.
- Bring a camping chair, sleeping pad and a good sleeping bag. Many people forget to bring these essential camping items, which can make or break your experience. A camping chair will give you a comfortable place to sit and relax, while a sleeping pad and sleeping bag will ensure you get a good night's sleep.
- Pack a portable power bank, you don’t want to run out of battery in your phone. You will want to take pictures and call your friends to meet up.
- Bring a small amount of cash, you never know when you might need to buy something on site.
- Don’t forget to bring ear plugs, noise can be a problem at night
- Lastly, be sure to bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
By following these tips, you can ensure that your Coachella experience is as fun, safe, and secure as possible. So pack your bags, grab your friends, and get ready for an unforgettable time at Coachella!