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10 Things You Need to Bring to Coachella


If you’re one of the 100,000 people who are going to Coachella next month, you might have started making a packing list. Luckily, we’re here to make it a little easier for you. A desert vacation centered around good music and good vibes is definitely gearing to be an unforgettable experience, but there are some essentials that can ruin it if you forget to bring them.
 
  1. A reusable water bottle. If there’s one thing that’s going to ruin a good time, it’s dehydration in the desert. Rather than paying for a water bottle, just bring your own and keep refilling it!
 
  1. Sunscreen. Coachella weekend means three-day exposure to UV rays, so be smart and protect your skin with a high SPF. 
 
  1. Sunglasses. Don’t spend the day squinting to see in the blinding sunlight. Pack your favorite pair of shades to making your life easier and to protect your eyes.
 
  1. Bandanas. With high winds, dust, and dirt all around you, you’re really going to want to protect your face. Coughing black gunk out of your lungs is pretty scary, so minimize it if you can. 
 
  1. Non-drowsy allergy medicine. Did we mention high winds, dust, and dirt? It’s a recipe for watery, itchy eyes, sneezing, and congestion.
 
  1. A fanny pack. You definitely don’t want to be one of the thousands of people who get their phones stolen. It’ll be a serious damper on the festivities, so store your phone safely in a pack around your waist instead of your back pocket. 
 
  1. Ear plugs. It sounds ridiculous, we know. But there are special ones that protect your ears from the damage without compromising sound quality! Make your hearing a priority now so you don’t end up losing it later.
 
  1. A comfortable pair of shoes. This really goes without saying, but one of the worst things that can happen is realizing your feet are blistered and sore halfway into the night with hours to go. 
 
  1. Aspirin. Indio, CA gets hot. Like, really hot. Even if you chug water, dehydration is pretty inevitable, so bring some aspirin to avoid struggling through a pounding headache all night.
 
  1. Toilet paper. A desert festival means no real toilets, so be mentally prepared for the Porta Potty you will need to use at some point. It will be disgusting. It will smell. And there will not be any toilet paper. 

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