How To Prepare For Your First Hard Dance Music Festival

If you plan to go to your first hard dance festival one day, then you have a lot to be excited about. These events are unique for their friendlier-than-usual crowd atmosphere when compared to other types of live music events.

However, there are still some tips you want to remember to ensure you have a good time. Let’s take a look at some advice on how to prepare for your first hard dance festival.

1.   Wear comfy sports shoes

Dancing to hard dance music that has heavy kickdrums and dense basslines will most likely involve a lot of footwork. If you are planning to go all-out, you should make sure you are wearing some sturdy shoes made for physical activity.

2.   Keep your friends close

Hard dance festivals tend to have multiple stages for different sub-genres, and it can be easy to get lost. Make sure you and your friends know where you are going so you can easily stick together.

3.   Wear earplugs

Of course, the music is going to be very loud at a hard dance festival, and you need to think about protecting your ears. While it may not seem very hip to wear earplugs, a lot of people who spent time at festivals wish they had worn them due to the hearing damage they received.

 

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