Cascadia's longest running free music and art festival
What To Bring
DIY means Do It Yourself.
Bring everything you need to survive in comfort and style for the entire time you’ll be there.
Don’t expect ANYTHING to be provided for you.
Every vehicle coming to the festival should have a fire extinguisher, a 5 gallon bucket of water, and a shovel. This is for fire safety. If possible bring fix-a-flat, a spare tire, a jack, extra oil/coolant/etc and jumper cables.
Bring enough food to survive on and to share. Do not plan on being fed. Bring dishes, silverware, cookpots, stove and fuel. Each person needs a gallon of water a day, so bring enough water or a water filter. Bring re-fillable water containers of various sizes & bring buckets (for dishes, etc).
Bring clothing for hot, cold, wet, dry weather including sun visor/hat/sunscreen/sunglasses and a towel.
Bring your tent/rain tarp/sleeping gear.
Health & Hygiene: bring toilet paper; bug spray; first aid; condoms; BRING YOUR MEDS (allergies, prescription, etc).
Bring musical instruments; adapters & cords for musical/electronic equipment.
Bring art supplies & costumes.
Bring flashlights; batteries; knife and other tools; duct tape; rope or twine; & garbage bags.
Other supplies if you have room: Carpet (This is for people to sit on. Look up a carpet store and check their dumpster). Tarps, parachutes and banners for decoration and shade. Chairs and tables, or table top surfaces (plywood). The more stable surfaces the better. Lights (x-mas, rope, solar-powered, etc). Picks, shovels, hoes & rakes (for digging shitters, compost pits & sometimes firefighting.) Cans for ash trays.