How to Protect Your Stuff at Festivals 

Festivals are one of the most fun times of the year, they are a great way to party and see your favorite acts. However, they can also be dangerous if you are not prepared for some of the risks that can come with them. For this reason, it is important to protect your stuff at festivals so that you can have a safe time! 

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Theft at festivals is extremely rare but can happen if you are not careful. So, here are a few tips to keep your belongings safe at festivals this summer! 

Never leave your valuables in your tent or in your car.

It is very important to keep your possessions out of sight and away from prying eyes at any event, especially if you are camping. A simple and effective solution is to put a lock on the main zippers of your backpack, this will make it much harder for thieves to get into your bag. 

If you are camping, make sure you put a lock on the door of your tent and also a padlock on any windows that may be open to prevent thieves from entering the tent.

Avoid taking large amounts of cash with you to a festival and instead, use the machines on site or check whether your event runs a ‘cashless’ system so that you can load up your wristband with credit in advance!

Always carry a wallet or some form of photo identification with you to a festival.

If you are attending a camping festival, this is even more important! It is very easy for thieves to steal your phone and wallet while you are sleeping. So, it is essential to carry a wallet or some kind of identification so that you can have your items back in the morning if they are stolen! 

Take advantage of the lockers at festivals that are available to rent – it is an excellent idea to use these if you need to store your possessions for any length of time.

Don’t hang your valuables in your tent – If you have valuables in your tent, it can be a good idea to push them to the bottom of your sleeping bag so that no hands can reach them without first waking you up!

Don’t leave your valuables at a pub or club – If you are at a bar, it is very easy for thieves to pick through the crowd and steal your belongings. It is a good idea to have them in your sleeping bag or put them in a hidden location such as the pocket of your trousers.

Don’t leave your wallet or phone in a festival toilet – It is a common mistake at festivals to drop your money or valuables on the floor of the toilet. This can be very embarrassing and a criminal will know that they can get it from here, so it is a good idea to not put your money or items in a public toilet.