From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Around here summer is in full swing. The days are long, the nights are warm, and I’m itching to spend every minute outside enjoying it.
Aside from running through the sprinkler and stuffing myself with watermelon, one of my favorite things to do in the summer is listen to live music in the great outdoors.
Outdoor music is easy to find in the summer months, and there’s plenty of options: small towns with free music in the park, large cities with giant outdoor music venues, and multi-day outdoor music festivals where you can bring along your tent or RV and camp onsite.
This year we kicked off the summer music season with a four day Bluegrass festival in western Maryland called DelFest. It was our first time attending a multi-day festival with our RV, and I came away with a new found appreciation for my home on wheels (no port-o-let for me!) along a few ideas for what I would do differently next time.
If you’re considering attending a music festival with your RV this year I have 6 essential tips to ensure that you have a blast!
1. Arrive Early
At most festivals the RVs are parked according to the order in which they arrive. Arriving early is the best way to get that primo spot.
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