What to bring to an outdoor concert

Heading to a music fest this summer? Here are the summer concert essentials you need for a day rocking out in the sun.

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Skip the concession lines and still quench your thirst by bringing a water bottle. But actually fill it with H20, people.
Camelbak Eddy .6L Water Bottle, $14, www.camelbak.com


O+ Mini Family Hi Res

A summer concert means hot, sticky, smoky atmosphere. Get a breath of fresh air with a mini-canister of oxygen-enriched air. We swear we felt perked up after a few puffs.
Oxygen Plus, $23.97 for a pack of three, www.oxygenplus.com


LinenMe Linen Throw - HiRes

Stretch out on a comfy linen blanket that won’t get hot and scratchy. The material is also absorbent — perfect when someone in your group tips over a beer.
Lara Linen Throw with Fringes, $124.99, www.linenme.com


Mophie Hi Res

Don’t miss a single selfie opportunity. Keep your phone juiced all day long with an on-the-go iPhone charging case.
mophie Juice Pack Air Charging Case, $99.99 at Best Buy



Protect ya neck — and face and scalp — at the concert with a sun-blocking hat. Wallaroo has a line made with fabric designed to block out 97.5 percent of harmful rays. Plus the hat is crushable, so you can stuff it into your bag when the sun goes down.
Wallaroo Naples hat, $44, www.wallaroohats.com


Moldex Ear Plugs Hi Res

Need a quiet moment in the crowd? Pop in earplugs. Be nice and bring some for your friends too.
Moldex Goin’ Green Foam Earplugs, $31.20 for a box of 100 pairs, www.moldex.com


Cottonelle Wipes Hi Res

It’s safer to assume the Porta-Potty will not have toilet paper. Carry a pack of tissues, or step your hygiene up a notch with wet wipes.
Cottonelle Flushable Moist Wipes, Price varies, at drugstores and online retailers



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