Posts Categorized: Survival Tips

Golden Slumbers – Best Phish/Jamband/Dead Lullabies for Kids!

Sleeping baby lullaby - Phish Dead Lullabies

Lullabies For Cool Kids I can’t tell you how important music can be to our little ones.  It’s ability to calm, teach and mold our youngest into kind people is amazing and to be cherished. We’ve created one of the best jamband/phish/dead lullabies playlists!  Featuring tunes from Caspar Babypants (love the Beatles stuff!), Holly Bowling,… Read more »

Canopy Tent Idea – Ozark Trail Connectent – build your own hideaway!

Ozark Trail Connectent

Posting this so I can remember it later!   Cool Canopy Tent idea from Ozark Trail called the Connectent that has some pretty unique features!  Create a festival fortress! This looks like it’s combining the best of both worlds.  Integrating the all important pop-up tent directly into your sleeping quarters. You know we maintain a comprehensive packing… Read more »

Baby Jamz – Our Favorite Jamband Kid Tunes on Spotify!

Favorite Kid Tunes on Spotify We pulled together our list of favorite phishy jamband kid tunes in an earlier post that was really popular. I took some time today to pull those artists into our favorite jamband kid tunes on spotify playlist. This is for our readers, to make it really easy on the next road… Read more »

Getting the kids to use a port-o-john! Plus alternative options!

port-o-john-cleaners

A perennial of amphitheater parking lots and music festivals everywhere. The port-o-john, the porta-potty, whatever you call it–you may need to face it with your kids.  We’re providing our top tips and ideas on making going potty at the show a no-big-deal situation! Gain Experience Pre-Show Much like with hearing protection it’d be a great… Read more »

Tips for Flying to Festivals and Shows

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We’ve compiled our best tips for flying to festivals and shows.  Getting from A to B with the kids is always interesting but hopefully our tis on flying to concerts will hel make the trip a little easier!       Tip 1: Bring the Cooler and put it to WORK! Easily one of our… Read more »