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The Do’s & Don’ts of Festival Season


Selfie of Sal and Al wearing sunglasses in front of a concert stage against a pink gradient background for the Two Broke Chicks Podcast

Sal and Al share festival hacks, live music horror stories and tried and true tips to survive this festival season.

How long has it been since you went to a festival?! Not sure about you, but for us it feels like a whole lifetime!

With Splendour In The Grass this month & heaps of fezzy dates popping up in the second half of the year, Sal & Al drop their best tips to help you survive festival season.

Plus, Sal reveals her tried & true hack to organise your outfits and Al reminisces about when she accidentally crawled into the wrong tent.

And we also drop the shopping list of shit you didn't know you needed to survive a festival, plus a bunch of our fave festival memories and horror stories along the way.


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Kmart Air Mattress

Kmart Tent

Vicks VapoRub

Portable Charger

Disposable Camera

Polaroid Camera




STAX Green Run Club Hoodie

STAX Best Black Tights


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Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan

Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh

Editor: Bamby Media

Studio: Made In Katana

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