Gifts for Music Festival Lovers: Favorite Festy Finds 2022
Gifts for Music Festival Lovers: 2022 Holiday Edition
Music festival lovers are a different type – and that’s what makes us all so special.
Still, shopping for gifts for the music festival lover in your life can seem daunting – what do you get for someone who spends all of their time and money on live music?
Well, as many a music festival fanatic can tell you, when they are saving all their dough for the next festival, they might not have planned for the festival accessories and gear they need to truly be their fest self.
Luckily for them, you are here!
We’ve put together this short list of gifts for music festival lovers, with some of our favorite products for music festivals.
There’s something here for everyone – that’s why these are some of our Favorite Festy Finds!
Gift ideas for music festival lovers:
LIVE MUSIC JOURNAL
This is a perfect gift for any lover of live music and festivals.
Some of us see so much live music that it can sometimes be difficult to keep track of who we saw, where and when!
This Live Music Journal will help any live music lover maintain a record of all their concerts and festivals, so they can refer to it later when bragging to their friends!
“Campforter” by Poler
We LOVE our Poler Campforter.
It’s a poncho. It’s a blanket. It’s a cozy bundle of joy that we use day and night when we’re camping and festivating.
The Poler Campforter is such a versatile piece of festival gear that you’ll use it year-round, and not just at music festivals!
We just can’t get enough of Puffin Drinkwear.
Sure, we have a ton of can koozies, but none are as adorable as our Puffins!
Just look how cozy our beers are. And they have styles for every season and occasion, to ensure your beverage is as festive as you are!
A propane fire pit is a fall music festival must.
The temps might go down at night, but you still need a place for a late night pickin’ party after the main stage closes down.
This Propane Fire Pit by Camp Chef is simple, affordable and high quality. You’ll definitely make your music festival lovers happy with this gift!
“Sip & Stash” by Bindle
There are hundreds of water bottles on the market, but how many of them can do this?
The Bindle Sip & Stash bottle is a great hydration bottle for taking anywhere, but the real selling point is the ‘stash’ compartment in the bottom.
Any music festival lover would be thrilled with this gift.
Use your imagination, but the possibilities here are pretty endless.
A good hat is an essential piece of festival gear all year round.
Wallaroo makes amazingly comfortable and stylish headwear for men and women.
This Colorado company (bonus!) has a “vision to create functional, fashionable hats that are comfortable, packable, and effortless to wear— and to bring on all your travels.” And FESTIVALS!
We’ll vouch for ’em! SUPER comfortable, fun, and functional. A FAVORITE FESTY FIND, for sure!!!
If you don’t yet own a Tarpestry, you’re missing out!
Tarpestry makes “Water-resistant outdoor blankets and decorative tarps that put a buffer between you and the elements. Get close to the earth, without getting the earth on your pants.”
These are essential gear for any music festival. Or picnic. Or party. Pr trip to the brewery. Day at the beach. Chill in the backyard. You get it.
With a ton of styles to choose from, you’ll find great gift ideas for music fans at Tarpestry.
Winter Beanie With Light
Ok, this is one of those products that made us slap our heads and say, “Doh! Why didn’t we think of that?!”
It’s pretty much a no-brainer for cool-weather music festivals, and a great gift for anyone.
Why struggle with a headlamp and a beanie, when you can get a beanie headlamp?!
Waboba has a ton of awesome games for music festivals and tailgates, but one of our favorites is “Sink or Drink.”
Sink or Drink offers a new take on a classic party game, and you can pretty much set it up anywhere. (Hang it from a tent, a tree, a car, your tallest friend…)
Check out all the Waboba products for some great gift ideas for music festival fans.
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UCO makes lots of really cool gear for camping, but their products are as stylish as they are functional, making them terrific gifts for music festival lovers.
But when it comes to the Stakelight, this is just a pure necessity.
When it comes to walking around festivals at night, lighting up those tent stakes to keep people from tripping over them is a game-changer.
Warm Plush Animal Hat & Scarf Combo
You need to be comfortable and stylish when you are dancing at music festivals in the fall.
This Animal Hat and Scarf Combo will do the trick!
Wrap up in this plush festival accessory and keep the party going all night!
Music festivals happen year-round. That means that there is never a bad time to buy a gift for a music festival lover.
These are some of our favorites, but there are plenty of music festival gifts out there for you to check out.
We are always looking for the best products for music festivals. We constantly search for festival gear to include in our Favorite Festy Finds.
Do you have a product or brand you would like us to review for a future article? Get in touch!
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