Tomorrowland 2022

The ultimate guide for summer ravers [Magazine Editorial]

Ready for the summer festivals? We’ve prepared a guide with useful tips to make the most of this festival season.

The festivals are back. Finally, this summer sees your favourite events returning and also the debut of new festivals, leaving almost no days off during this exciting summer season. Ultra Europe, Tomorrowland, Parookaville, and Creamfields are some of the festivals returning with 2022 editions and Pula Music Week debuts this year. The similarity? Set all in summer, where the sun and high temperatures are one of your company. Whether this is your first summer festival season or the twentieth time, and especially after this last two years’ break, you will certainly find very useful all the tips that we will give you in this ultimate guide for summer ravers. The most precious advice for now: have fun!

The outfit

This is a topic of the utmost relevance as it needs planning and time. Whether you’re a girl or a guy, this is where your mind hovers in the weeks leading up to the festival, especially if the process involves packing to travel abroad. Do you tailor your clothes and footwear to the conditions of the festival or fit in with current festival fashion? This is an important existential question with no correct answer. Dressing up for a festival or party has become something very special. Not only have festival-goers’ productions become an integral and important part of the decoration of events, but they also paint the crowd with joy. The dancefloor is meant to be a place of free expression, so going to a festival is the perfect occasion to wear whatever you feel like because no one is going to bring judgement with them to the sacred grounds of a festival.

Glaze up, wear your most daring outfit, don’t skimp on body paint or glitter, and don’t even go for shades to keep it low-key. For those who favour comfort, the most precious tip is to wear off-road shoes that guarantee comfort during the long hours you’ll spend on your feet and dancing.