Coachella 2017: 7 Must-Pack Survival Items to Bring to the Desert

Jamie Chung and Hailey Baldwin attend the H&M Loves Coachella Pop UP at The Empire Polo Club on April 15, 2016 in Indio, California.
Jamie Chung and Hailey Baldwin attend the H&M Loves Coachella pop-up at the Empire Polo Club on April 15, 2016, in Indio, CA. Mike Windle/Getty Images for H&M

Are you ready? If you’re finishing up your Coachella packing, or planning on heading to another music festival in the next few months, there are a few things you have to bring to thrive through the heat and exhaustion.

Us Weekly has you covered with everything from hydration to the ultimate Instagram post. Scroll down to see seven products that are essential in your Coachella suitcase.

Harmless Harvest Coconut Water

No better way to stay hydrated in the Indio, California, sun than with a refreshing (and delicious) beverage. ($5 for 16 oz, Amazon Fresh)

Harmless Harvest Coconut Water
Harmless Harvest Coconut Water Courtesy of Harmless Harvest Coconut Water

SALT. Sunglasses

Protect your eyes from the harsh sun, and hide the inevitable bags under your eyes, with these trendy frames. (Starting at $400, Salt Optics)

SALT. Sunglasses
SALT. Sunglasses Courtesy of SALT. Optics

Kind Bars

A healthy grab-and-go snack, like a raspberry, cashew and chia bar, is a must to last through the long days so you can stay up to listen to Lady Gaga’s set. These bars are full of nuts, fruits, and whole grains and are a perfect way to fuel you through the late-night concerts. ($14 for 12, Amazon)

Kind Bars
Kind Bars Courtesy of Kind Bars

Polaroid Snap Touch Camera

Surviving Coachella won’t matter if you can’t document it and show your photos to the world with some flair. This camera will allow you to instantly print photos so you can creatively share them with your followers (and take them home too!). ($180, Amazon)

Polaroid Snap Touch Camera
Polaroid Snap Touch Camera Courtesy of Polaroid

Coobie Bra

These seamless bras are comfy — but most important, at a festival, they’re colorful and fun. (Starting at $20, Shop Coobie

Coobie Bra
Coobie Bra Courtesy of Coobie Bra

PreHeels

If you’re wearing any new shoes, you’d better watch out for blisters. Make sure to spray this on your feet for an invisible barrier that will protect your soles all day long. ($15, PreHeels)

PreHeels
PreHeels Courtesy of PreHeels

Suck It Up Drink Bottle

Stay hydrated with this adorable water bottle from Cotton On. ($13, Cotton On)

Suck It Up Drink Bottle
Suck It Up Drink Bottle Courtesy of Cotton On

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