Four ways to survive Sundown Festival
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To make sure you enjoy the festival in style, Event has created a survival guide to help you get the most out of the Sundown Festival.
Stylish, bright and practical
Like any Saturday night out, you want to be looking your best when strutting around the festival site. But you do not want to be standing in flip flops, shorts and T-shirt when the skies open and the ground becomes mud soup. The answer: mix your favourite clothes with something practical.
Protect your tent
With unpredictable weather, thousands of people, and the chance to have the odd beer or two, it is likely a tent mishap is not far around the corner. So bring gaffa tape to mend those broken poles and keep a handful of spare pegs close at hand.
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See a new a band
The biggest names in urban music are taking to the Main Stage, but don't be afraid to stray from the masses. Up-and-coming acts are performing on both stages over the weekend.
Can you take the kids?
Festival organisers want it to be as child-friendly festival as possible. That said, there is no entry for under-5s and under-14s must be accompanied