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What’s In Your Music Festival Survival Kit?

02:01 PM Thursday 6/7/12 | |

The folks behind the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival have listed a few things you should bring along to this year’s extravaganza.

As folks pour into Bonnaroo’s Manchester, Tenn., location, promoters have issued a list of items that you should bring in order to make your ’Roo experience the best ever.

Of course, light clothes and sunscreen are must-haves, as well as hats to protect your face and noggin from the sun.

But organizers also say you should pack “non-Deet” spray to ward off bugs as well as “lanterns or flashlights with extra batteries, extra trash bags, blanket for sitting, toilet paper (you never know).”

But wait – there’s more, such as balloons or flags to mark your position, ear plugs, pen and paper, portable radio and a “small grill for cooking.”

Speaking of food, Bonnaroo promoters also suggest you bring enough to share with others “because that’s the kind of people Bonnaroovians are.” Other tips include “Hydrate, eat enough and pace yourself.”

While everything on the list certainly makes sense when it comes to a four-day Bonnaroo weekend, we’re sure there are a few items that organizers overlooked.

  • Bonnaroo 2011

    Music lovers flock cool off during the opening day of the Bonnaroo Music Festival in Manchester, Tenn.
    June 9, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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That’s where you come in. As a seasoned music festival fan, what do you bring along to ensure a good time in the great outdoors?


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