Is this your first time at Boots and Hearts? Or are you a seasoned vet? Either way you may need a little help on what to bring to the festival! To help out as best as we can, we’ve teamed up with Coleman Canada to compile a list of what you should and should not bring to the festival.

We’ve also got a *sweet* promo code for you to use when you pick up some of the items listed below! Use code: BOOTSLIFE2019 for 40% off your entire order!

Check it out!

CAMPING

*No offensive or confederate flags will be allowed

SLEEPING
CAMPSITE COOKING
  • Cookware
  • Utensils
  • Dining Set (2 Person or 4 Person)
  • CoffeemakerPercolator
  • Camp stove or grill (Rules and Regulations For Cooking Appliances Can Be Found Here Under “Camping Areas”)
  • Propane (Propane containers must not exceed 1 pound. Max (3) 1 pound containers per campsite)
  • LOTS of food
  • Table & chairs
  • Cooler (Ice will be sold each day in the campgrounds)
  • Plastic wrap & tin foil
  • Portable Water Heater
  • Extra garbage bags (try to keep the campgrounds as clean as possible!)
    • *Trash Trading Post*: If you bring us a full bag of garbage, you’ll receive a gift from us, plus be entered to win daily VIP upgrades and tickets to Boots & Hearts 2019
PERSONAL CARE
  • Rain gear (Boots is Rain or Shine, so be prepared for both)
  • Towel, Soap and Flip-Flops (for showering)
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug spray
  • Extra toilet paper (better safe than sorry…)
  • Wet-Naps
  • Hand sanitizer
  • First aid kit
MAIN FESTIVAL ESSENTIALS
  • Small backpack or fanny pack
  • Refillable water bottle (there are water refill stations in the grounds!)
  • A hat or bandana
  • Sunglasses
  • Your phone (You’ll need it to top-up your RFID wristband with the #Boots2019 app)
  • Portable phone charger (make sure it is charged BEFORE you get to the festival)
  • Any valuables should remain on you at all times, but we don’t recommend bringing anything too valuable in the first place – just incase!
WHAT YOU CAN’T AND SHOULDN’T BRING
  • No non-rounded knives — steak knives, butcher blocks, etc. should be left at home
  • No fireworks, paper (floating) lanterns, incendiary devices or any type of explosive are prohibited
  • No amplified sound systems
  • No tiki torches or excessive amounts of fuel
  • No drones
  • No drugs or drug paraphernalia