8 Must-Have Products for Countryfest 2018 [LIST]
I'm sure you're bringing your boots, your cowboy hat, some sunscreen, and a few red solo cups but aside from the obvious, these are other things that could make Countryfest even better than it already is!
For a full list of some Countryfest FAQ and what you can and cannot bring, check out Matty's post at WGNA.com.
- Pocket Blanket: If you're sitting on the lawn for Countryfest, how frustrating is it to have to carry your blanket to and from your car? How much easier would it be if you could just fold up your blanket and put in in your pocket until you're ready to use it?
- Cleansing wipes/hand sanitizer: Right? Probably didn't think of this one. Let's say you're using the Port-A-Potties and there's no way to wash or dry your hands. You'll become everyone's best friend if you had wipes or sanitizer with you.
- Portable phone charger: the doors open at 3:00PM and chances are you don't want to miss any of the great acts so you'll be there. By the time the show ends, after your countless selfies, videos of Dan + Shay, and how often you checked Instagram, your phone battery is gonna be low and you want it charged up so you don't miss photos of Rascal Flatts!
- Dry shampoo: It's not that big and let's be honest, everyone you know is going to be there and you're going to want a picture with all of them. By the time 7:00PM comes around, after dancing and moving around, your hair is not going to be as cute so come prepared.
- Travel fan: the weather is supposed to be hot, plus you're going to be dancing around to music all day, save yourself some sweat and carry this portable fan with you.
- Water bottle: No, SPAC won't make you throw out your water when you walk in, as long as it's factory sealed. Save yourself a few bucks and bring your first one in with you.
- Hair tie: You'll probably already have one but if you don't want to wear it on your wrist all day, grab one of these hair tie bracelets, they're genius, cute and useful!
- Fanny pack: you laugh but it's the #1 way people carry things around at festivals. It's easy, it's convenient, and it's making a come back!