Going to Music Festivals doesn’t have to be about roughing it in the mud for 3 days. It doesn’t matter how bad the weather is, you can be prepared for the worse with our range of Festival Essentials which will help you stand out, blend in or however else you want to be.
Festivals on 4 Wheels
After experiencing the wettest April EVER, it would be wise to consider festival “protection”, and by that we mean where you’re going to pass out after a day of partying. If you want to rough it under a tent, but at the same time look very cool, or possibly even like the idea of “glamping” but can’t afford a campervan, why not take one of these awesome VW Campervan tents with you. Eye catching and big enough to sleep 4 adults (or is it passengers?!) comfortably, it’s safe to say that you’ll stand out from the rest and will easily find your bed in the sea of tents surrounding you. Plus, it’s safe to say that everyone will be coming up to you wanting to be your new best mate which is an added bonus!
Spend Your Evening in the Dog House
Whether you’ve done anything wrong to get kicked out or simply fancy sitting back on a summers evening listening to U2 rip it up in the distance, your very own human sized Dog House tent will provide the perfect cosy surrounding for a night of fun. That’s right, no Force 10 super sheath for you. It’s festival time and you want everyone to know you don’t take life, or yourself, too seriously. Share it with your partner and do it doggie style! And if individuality is your thing why not put on a Morphsuit.
Wet Wet Wet
No, we’re not talking about Marti Pellow, we mean that stuff the British climate is famous for, especially at Music Festivals. Look no further than Festival Feet for the footwear of choice in 2012. Slip them over your shoes when the going gets a bit soggy and wear them with a retro Pac-Man poncho to make sure you are as dry as a bone whilst still dancing to you favourite tune. No more embarrassing black bin liners over your head or carrier bags in your shoes. Keep it cheap, keep it real and keep it dry!