Have you heard of Coachella? How about Ultra or Tortuga?
We’re talking MUSIC FESTIVALS!
In addition to the beach, warm weather, and boating, music plays a huge role in summer activities — from local bands drumming up interest at bars to summer concerts and legendary music festivals. There is little that compares to the fun and excitement of your favorite musicians at a summer music festival.
Whether you, your son or daughter, or a close friend is planning to attend a music festival such as Bonnaroo, Electric Forrest, Lollapalooza, Wakarusa, or Pemberton, we want you or your music fans to have a fun and safe experience.
The fun will be easy! The safety just takes some planning and common sense. Read on for important tips that every music festival attendee and parent should know about.
Music Festival Safety
Music event producers typically review festival safety and security, looking at everything from car and pedestrian traffic to potential drug and alcohol use. Planning, which often begins many months before the event, involves local law enforcement, event producers and emergency management agencies.
But despite the early planning, many issues at music festivals still remain a challenge for music festival producers and local officials. Alcohol and drugs are perennial issues affecting the music scene. Non-consensual sexual activity is another issue given the number of inebriated music festival – goers. Petty theft is a minor problem. And dehydration is a common challenge, especially with the prevalence of alcoholic drinks during these hot, summer days.
If you, a family member, or a friend is attending a music concert or festival, take note of these important tips to stay safe and healthy while listening to music and having fun!
Top 4 Music Festival Safety Tips
1. Ditch Dehydration — Dehydration is your enemy when drinking alcohol and spending time in the sun. Follow these tips to avoid it.
2. Go with a Group — Go to a music festival with other friends and watch out for each other.
3. Think When you Drink – Moderate your alcohol consumption to avoid getting into a vulnerable situation.
4. Supervise your Stuff — Bring only what you need and plan to keep it safe.
Questions about safety at music concerts, outdoor shows, or music festivals? Goldman & Daszkal, P.A. can answer them. Contact us at (954) 428-9333 or www.goldmandaszkal.com.
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