Boots and Hearts Survival Guide
Article by: Brennan Moxey
Whether you are a seasoned veteran or a newcomer, this guide will help ensure that you have a most enjoyable time at Boots and Hearts.
We’ve created a survival guide for what you should and should not bring to the festival. Along with some helpful tips to enhance your experience.
Recommended Festival Items
You absolutely will need your RFID wristband and your phone for Boots and Hearts! The wristband is what allows you to access different areas of the campground and purchase food.
We highly recommend a backpack to keep your valuables and items with you at all times.
Make sure to bring both summer gear and rain gear. This includes hats, sunscreen, sunglasses, and rain jackets. Boots and Heart is rain or shine, so be prepared for both. Don’t forget the slip and slide for outdoor fun!
Bring a refillable water bottle and stay hydrated. (Cannot be metal)
Bring some personal items, including
- First aid kit
- Toilet paper
- Bug spray
- Wet wipes
- Portable phone charger
Recommended Camping Items
If you plan on spending the weekend at this festival, you better be prepared and stocked up with these items.
Depending on what campsite you have purchased, bring your own tent.
Bring something to sleep on so you don’t ruin your back for the weekend! Whether it’s an air mattress, cot, or sleeping bag!
Anything is better than nothing! DON’T FORGET a pillow and blankets!
Bring essential cooking equipment including, cookware, utensils, camp stove, propane, and lots of food!
At Boots and Hearts, they try to keep the camping area as clean as possible and award clean behaviour. Bring extra garbage bags and bring them to the “Trash Trading Post” where you will receive a gift and entered to win daily VIP upgrades.
There are a variety of refillable water bottle locations around the festival grounds for you to stay hydrated.
They have a shop that sells a variety of different apparel items, hats, sunscreen and sunglasses.
There will be a general store in the campground that sells drinks.
If you are camping it out for Boots, you will want chairs for you and your friends/family.
Items you should not bother packing.Find out More!
Absolutely no glass is allowed, yes that means beer bottles. (You can however bring soft drinks and alcohol into the campground if it comes in plastic containers or cans)
Do not bring firewood, you are not allowed to have a bonfire. It will be put out immediately.
No knives are allowed, this includes steak knives for eating.
No professional recording devices, including drones and cameras.
It is suggested you leave valuables at home so there isn’t a chance of you losing them or ‘wandering hands’ taking them.
Do not bring any fireworks into the festival or campgrounds.
Side note: Pets are not allowed at the campsite or festival grounds. So don’t show up with your furry friend!
We hope you enjoyed this survival guide
Don’t forget to have fun, enjoy the music, and take lots of pictures. Boots and Hearts is an amazing experience to create some memories with old and new friends and family.For more information on what you can and can't bring click here!
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