If you’ve ever been to a large-scale music event, then you’ll relate to the 23 Real Struggles of Going to a Music Festival.
Our favorites are:
“2. Getting friends to commit means 6,000 text messages.
Once you’ve gotten over the fact that you’re investing most of your life savings into one purchase, rounding up friends becomes the next challenge. Enjoy those wasted work days of group messaging, Facebook messages and threads that reach 200+ emails… and then deal with collecting money.”
“18. Crowdsurfers and hula-hoopers will make you kind of loathe humankind.
People you will likely encounter at a festival: “fairies” hula-hooping, people violently dancing — sorry, “feeling” the music, sweaty people with their shirts off, people who are still really into mosh pits, crowdsurfers attempting to break your neck and countless pushy concertgoers who you’ll have to box out for three hours during your front row adventure at Mumford & Sons. Also, special shout-out to the people watching the concert through the lens of their iPhones (or worse, iPads).”