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Single use festival tent is compostable
One of the major problems with festivals is that after the party’s over, hundreds of tons of garbage is leftover and needs clearing up. While we’ve previously seen the disposable Glad Tent double as a trash bag to encourage revelers to clean up after themselves, Netherlands-based Psssh! has now developed One Nights Tent, which is designed as a single use festival tent that can be composted after it’s used. READ MORE…
Tent doubles as a trash bag to tackle festival waste
The rising popularity of music festivals located in the countryside has meant that the beautiful scenery they take place in is often left looking more like a trash pile once the crowds have dispersed. In order to make it easier for revelers to pick up the inevitable garbage they create over the weekend, waste product manufacturer Glad has developed the Glad Tent — a festival shelter designed to become a receptacle for trash and thrown away after use. READ MORE…
In South Africa, drones repurposed to deliver beer to festivalgoers
Beer-lovers can already brew their own ales in remote locations thanks to the Carbonator Bottle, but what about those who prefer to have their beverages delivered direct to them? Using tech to offer ultra-convenience, guests at South Africa’s OppiKoppi festival in August will be able to use their smartphones to order beer to be delivered directly to them via drones. READ MORE…
Package holiday-style all inclusive booking for festivals
Many people like the idea of seeing their favorite bands at a festival but aren’t too keen on the hassle of organizing the trip. We’ve already seen startups such as Very help take the stress out of slumming it in a field with one-hour deliveries of fresh clothes, and now Festicket aims to do for festivals what package tours have done for holidays abroad. READ MORE…