General Info

Prepare yourself well for the festival

Bringing the right gear with you helps the weekend to pass more smoothly and reduces the number of so-called earthly worries. Wearing sensible clothes and, above all, sensible shoes, increases your comfort. Good festival shoes are strong, not too new and comfortable to walk in. Without noticing it you will be walking kilometre after kilometre in the festival area, and blisters will prevent you from enjoying the festival to the max. Blisters and sores are the most common ailments that the people at the First Aid point treat.

The following list includes some gear that we recommend for everyone to take with them to the festival:

  • rainproof clothing or a big refuse sack at the bottom of your rucksack
  • a warm sweater
  • something to wear on your head
  • money
  • a towel/swimwear
  • a toothbrush
  • food (something that is not easily perishable)
  • a toilet roll
  • some plaster for small accidents
  • ear plugs
  • painkillers and suntan cream
  • important phone numbers on paper in case you happen to lose your mobile
  • pen and paper for autographs or important phone numbers
  • official identification document (a photo ID card, a passport, or a driving license)

Take care of your fluid balance – drink enough water

Experience has shown that it is important to take care of your fluid balance. We recommend taking with you a water bottle made of clear plastic (not a glass or an alcohol bottle) which you can keep refilling at the water taps in the festival area.


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