Anyone you knows me or even follows me on social media knows that I love a food festival! It’s the best way to experience what a city has to offer as far as food. It’s a pretty big thing in Atlanta! That’s why I love the city so. Wherever city you are attending a food festival, these five essentials will definitely make your experience more enjoyable.
Don’t be that person who forgets your ticket. Put it in your purse or wallet that your taking to the festival. If you have an electronic ticket, don’t forget your cell phone!
2. Portable Cell Phone Charger
Speaking of cell phone, grab your portable phone charger too! This will come in handy after you’ve captured all those fantastic moments during the festival and now have to call yourself an Uber!
Most food festivals are outside and during the especially warm months of the year. In the south the sun can get pretty unbearable. You definitely want to be sure to protect yourself from the suns’ UV rays.
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4. Hand Sanitizer
At most food festivals access to running water and soap is very limited. Eliminate the stress and carry a small bottle of hand sanitizer and return to eating your way through the festival.
5. Good Attitude
You are hopefully at this festival to have a good time, so be sure to wear a smile. Makes some foodie friends while your at it!
*This post is sponsored by Coola as part of the Moms Meet Blogger Ambassadorship. I received Coola products free for review purposes. As always, all opinions are that of my own.