4 Of The Best Festival Tents

4 Of The Best Festival Tents

Those of you looking forward to your stewarding jobs this summer and beyond should make sure you’ve got the best tent out there for your festivals, so you don’t have to worry that it will have fallen down or got blown away while you’re doing your shift at the bar or out there litter-picking. Here are four of our favourites to consider.

Quechua 2 seconds easy III

£54.99, Decathlon

This requires little effort to erect – just pop it out of its bag in a matter of seconds. It has an inner mesh lining as well as a ground sheet, so it’s comfortable and practical to boot. Plenty of room for two people plus a few bags as well.

Eurohike Tamar

£35, Millets

Slightly cheaper is this option from Eurohike. It’s perhaps best suited to those flying solo at festivals although you might be able to squeeze an extra person in there if you try hard enough. It’s easy to pitch since it only has two poles and it’s a particularly durable option for festival-goers.

Regatta 2 Man Malawi Pop Up Tent


This one comes with an affordable price tag, pockets inside, vents, a mesh door and even lantern hanging points so you’ll be able to see when you get back from your festival job shift.

FieldCandy Original Explorer Tent

£295, FieldCandy

Got some cash to splash? Then get this leopard-inspired festival tent that’s 100 per cent waterproof, lightweight and has a breathable inner tent. There’s also a large porch for storage so you’ll be able to keep your bags out of the way when needed.

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