Consider bringing another pair of comfortable shoes and extra socks and leaving them in the car, Sine says. That way, you can swap in case your boots start to interfere with the experience.
The festival allows attendees to leave the festival site and return if the individual is wearing his or her official festival wristband.
“It’s a good idea to bring a pair of more comfortable shoes in case you start to reconsider your choice in footwear,” she says.
Although the allure of wearing cowboy boots to a country music festival is strong, Sine says sneakers are probably a more practical choice. Flip-flops and sandals, which typically offer little or no arch support, probably rank as the worst.
“At least boots have a closed toe,” she says. “You don’t have to worry about someone stepping on your toes or getting bug bites or sunburn on your feet.”
Learn more about the Carolina Country Music Fest, scheduled from June 6-9, by going here. Find more useful information to help you prepare here.