Glasgowbury organisers have amassed a wealth of knowledge over the 12 previous incarnations of the festival.
Here are a few of their top tips to help you make the most of the two days in the Sperrins.
Not least is the obvious advice - wrap up warm.
According to organisers: “The mountain has very changeable weather and can get very cold at night, be sure to bring both sun cream and a coat and appropriate footwear for rain, insect repellent and warm clothing for the evening/night time is advised.”
If you don’t have a camping pass, do not going camping.
“The camping area is only available to festival goers who have purchased the camping ticket. This will be strictly enforced, and absolutely no exceptions will be made. Anyone found to be in the campsites without the proper camping armband will be removed from the site.”
Organise your timetable.
With so many top acts on show, time management is key. As well as music there are a wealth of other activities and attractions on offer.
Don’t wait all day only to realise that two of your favourite acts are on two different stages, at the same time.
Most importantly don’t forget your toothbrush, toiletries and bin bags.