Battle gear for the Festival
Dress up and make sure you are armed with these with you to ensure a worry-free good time.
Thanks for the memories
Unfortunately, only compact cameras are allowed. So leave your DSLR at home and pick up the Canon PowerShot S200 (S$399) with its large sensor to take good photos even in low light and Wi-Fi capabilities for immediate Instagramming.
The Nikon Coolpix AW120 (S$529) also offers a good shot at creating memories, even in the worst of weather, and comes in fetching camo print. Or you could always go with the wide-eyed 41MP Nokia Lumia 1020 (S$999).
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Keep the energy up
Aside from chugging Red Bull to keep yourself lasting into the wee hours of the night, you want to make sure your phone stays fully juiced in order to keep tabs on your friends’ whereabouts.
Sony’s 10,000mAh Portable Power Supply (S$130) is slim enough to fit in the pocket of your skinny jeans, or double up with Mophie’s range of Juice Packs (from $139) that protect and energise at the same time.
Your funday best
FMFA is a rain or shine event, and with the right style, you can stay comfortable. If it rains, keep the mud from between your toes with Dr Martens Core Milled Ali 6-Eye Boot (S$219).
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Make sure you download the Future Music Festival Asia 2014 app to stay up to date. Read artists' profiles, get your bearings right with arena maps, and stay on top of the performance schedules. There's even a MyTeksi link up within to make sure you get home safely. Available for both Android and iOS users, download now to start your planning.