How to Find Your Friends at A Music Festival Using Scout

Photo by SACMusicFest

Photo by SACMusicFest

A music festival is a great summer trip to take with your best friends. However, if you don’t have cellphone service at the festival because there are too many people using their phones, good luck finding your friends if you decide to split up for a couple of hours, or even a couple of minutes.

Most big festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, or Coachella have over 20,000 attendees each year. If you and your friends don’t have a backup plan in case your phones don’t work or the batteries die, you’re going to be in a pickle.

Fortunately, we have a solution!

Scout GPS & Bluetooth Tracker will allow you to track your friends from your smartphone through our app, Find My Scout. If your cellphone service is spotty, you can switch to Bluetooth to make sure that you don’t lose sight of your friends.

With Scout, you can separate from your friends without the worry of finding each other again. You will be able to leave if you want to catch a set that your friends don’t, or you can fill up your water bottle while they hold your spot in a crowd and you’ll be able to effortlessly find your way back to them.

Check out this YouTube video demonstration.

For more information, and to purchase your own Scout, go to findmyscout.com.