Dos and dont of dating
While you shouldn't entertain the media, you definitely can't crumble when all eyes are on you. So while we may not know everything about Swift and Alwyn, we're hoping he meets the criteria necessary to continue dating the super star.There are more festivals in the summer months than there are bands to play at them, so tailor your festival to suit your needs — if you’re not that bothered by the music it’s OK to pick the one rumoured to offer the best organic food, or to choose one that has a massage and pedicure tent.
So, whether you're throwing a Coachella party or hanging out on her birthday, you better understand that her pals are always by her side.DO Show Your Love for Her Cats: She has two—Meredith and Olivia—and they're like her children.DON'T Expect to Walk the Red Carpet Together: The pop star has never made a "red carpet debut" with any of her previous boyfriends.Seeing as you’ll need to pack as if you were embarking on a trip around the Hindu Kush, travelling by train is an absolute no-no — no matter how many carbon footprints it saves.Every spare corner of your car will be required to hold your festival kit — and you’ll be able to keep your stuff locked away rather than carrying all your worldly goods and chattels in a backpack for three days.The festival is a three-day holiday to kick back and chill out, but don’t let the hippie vibes and too much sun – or rain – go to your head.
Finally plucking up the courage to go bungee jumping or listening to Babyshambles is one thing, but getting arrested for being drunk and disorderly or contracting impetigo from a dodgy henna tattoo is quite another – you won’t want to tell the grandchildren that one.
Remember, if you’re not prepared, there’ll be someone there to take advantage and charge you £10 for a stick deodorant.
One year at Reading it rained so relentlessly that the Red Cross handed out those foil blankets usually seen at the end of the London Marathon, by which point all fashion finesse was well and truly drowned.
You can still enjoy listening to music in the open air and queuing for hours to buy a burger, but if it all gets too much you can decamp to the nearest gastropub to use the loos or even just get the bus home.
Trust us, if your first festival is a three-day world music fest in the most remote and wet part of Wales then it will be your last festival, too.
DO Expect to Dance Like No One's Watching: Even when the cameras pan toward you at an awards show, and literally is watching.