Festivals are amazing. You get a great chance to see some amazing performers. You meet some amazing people who are just as excited as you are. You have great drinks and great food. But if you are going to festivals, costs are going to add up. Thankfully, Ryan Smith has some great tips and tricks that are out there to save a few bucks and still have a great time.
The key to saving money, whether on the festival circuit or doing any trip, is to do as much as you can on your own. Before spending money at the concession stand, go to the store and grab your favorite foods to eat. Sneak in your favorite beverage. Find affordable rooming options with sites like AirBnB. Make festivals cost effective, yet fun by reading more tips from Ryan Smith on MusicThinkTank.com.
"We all know festivals can be expensive – from forking out for your ticket, right through to buying food and drink to tide you over once you’re actually at the event: everywhere you turn it can seem like someone is trying to get you to part with your cash, and you might start to feel like you need a financial advisor to help you balance your carefully calculated weekend budget. But there are ways to do a festival on the cheap – and as the festival season is well and truly upon us, we’ve come up with ways to save money on five of the most expensive areas."