The end of the spring semester is finally here. Before finals week creeps up on us, Penn State is preparing for the anticipated music festival students know and love â€“ Movin’ On! With only a few days to go before Penn State’s very own mini-Coachella, here are a couple ways to prepare for one of the best weekends of the year.
Get to Know the Band
GroupLove, A$AP Ferg, Snakehips and Bryce Vine are the acts set to perform at this years concert. Before heading out onto the Intramural Fields, be sure to make a playlist of all of the performers top songs and jam out while you walk to class, take a shower or get ready with friends. Concerts are 10 times more enjoyable when you can scream all the lyrics at the top of your lungs.
Movin’ On gives students the freedom to dress in their festival best. While you can’t go all out and dress like it’s Coachella here in State College, wearing a cute pair of shorts or ripped jeans and a trendy shirt can’t hurt. Make sure to plan your outfit according to the weather ahead of time and always wear comfortable shoes that you don’t mind getting a little dirty. It is also always a good idea to bring a jacket for when it gets chilly at night.
Rules and Regs
With every concert, it’s important to know the rules and regulations before attending. According to the Penn State official Movin’ On website, no drugs, alcohol or weapons are permitted onto the field. In terms of bags, only small wristlets are allowed. No bottles are allowed unless they are empty and reusable, as there are water stations at the event. As always, Penn State students must bring their student I.D. All of the specific rules can be found on the Movin’ On website.
Make A Night Out Of It
As one last carefree night before finals, it is always fun to make a day out of the event. Meet up with friends beforehand and get ready together. Eat some yummy food and make a game plan as to what time you want to arrive at the concert. After Movin’ On, go out with your friends and celebrate the end of the spring semester.
Only one week left, Penn State!