Most attendees of Pohoda will choose to camp in tents on the festival grounds. The cost of camping is included in the price of tickets. For those looking to upgrade, Pohoda also offers a limited number of wooden huts that sleep two and come with a power plug and bedding provided. Don’t want to lug a tent across the ocean? No worries! Pohoda has an on-site shop where you can rent tents and bedding at a cost of $60 for three nights. Festival-goers may also opt for the PSS Fox Tents, which sleep five and include mattresses, blankets, solar LED lighting and a spot close to the entrance and shower facilities. Pohoda also offers a family camping section for those in need of somewhere slightly calmer.
Sunscreen is your friend
The sun burns bright in the Trenčín summer! July in Slovakia means clear skies and temperatures that often exceed 80°F, so make sure to take advantage of the complimentary SPF 30 dispensing stations around the festival.
What to Do While You’re In Town
One of the largest castle ruins in all of Central Europe, Spiš Castle was built in the 12th century and remains one of the top tourist destinations in Slovakia. Located about 100 miles from the festival grounds, Aquapark Tatralandia is one of Central Europe’s largest waterparks, and an ideal way to splash off three days’ worth of campground grime. Waterslides? Yes please!