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Festival Survival Guide: A Final Word

It may be possible to delay your departure until the rush has subsided but remember, if you're a driver do not attempt to drive until you are sure you are safe to do so - alcohol or drugs take some hours to get out of your system - they reckon 12 hours at least for alcohol. So make sure you're okay and plan how you're going to deal with it in advance - just don't over indulge the night before if you're the designated driver.

LASTLY AND MOST IMPORTANT
Have yourself a really good time! that's what it's all about you're going out to enjoy yourself and have fun - okay there's a few things to be aware of but just a bit of pre-festival planning and a wee bit of common sense can help you make sure you'll have the time of your life and be safe at the same time. Like most things a bit of awareness goes a long, long way.

Take care of yourself and of each other, the safest we can all be at a festival is when we take responsibility for ourselves and care enough to help those around us - a festival really is a special place, make sure you keep it that way.

 
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A Final Word
Festival Survival Guide Index
Part 1. The Safeconcerts Festival Survival Guide
Getting the best from your festival experience
Part 2. Preparation
Some important stuff to do before you're ready to go
Part 3. Security and Stewards
On site security and stewards - what you should know
Part 4. On Your Way
What to do en route and on arrival
Part 5. Your Stuff
How best to keep it safe
Part 6. Pitching Your Tent
Some useful tips for your temporary home
Part 7. Your Body
Keep it safe - it's yours and you have choices
Part 8. Keeping Clean
Not easy but perfectly possible
Part 9. Your Clothes
Keep cool, warm and dry and still keep your cred!
Part 10. Drugs and Alcohol
Be wise, be safe, take care
Part 12. Camp Fires
Not a good idea, why?
Part 13. Toilets
Infamous - can you survive them?
Part 14. Children at Festivals
Fun for all the family?
Part 15. Crowd Safety at Festivals
Keeping safe in a dense crowd - crowd surfing and moshing

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