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Take a look at our brand new festival planning information for top tips on attending a festival if you have cystic fibrosis (CF).

Music festivals are a rite of passage, and having cystic fibrosis (CF) shouldn't stop you from having fun and doing what you enjoy. But we know there are a lot of things to think about when planning an exciting weekend away from your usual routine. Whether it's planning your medication and physio routine around your favourite bands or making sure you're choosing the right camping pitch, we've got loads of information to help you make the right decisions and have a great time while you're at it!

We developed our brand new festival planning information with the help of our Youth Advisory Group (YAG), who gave us their top tips on staying healthy and having fun. 

Inside you can find:

  • A list of top tips for festival fun.
  • A packing list.
  • A medical information template.

You can download a PDF of our festival planning information or print it out and fill in our medical information template to take with you.

Download the PDF

Although this information has been designed for young people, it's full of tips for people with CF of all ages.

Tips for parents

For parents or carers of young people with cystic fibrosis, seeing your child go to a festival for the first time can be nerve-racking. We've collaborated with parents and young people to put together answers to some of the questions you might have about your child attending a festival.

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Tips for parents

For parents of children with CF, festivals can bring up a lot of questions. But fear not, we've come up with some answers to the worries you might have.

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Festival planning

Download our festival planning information PDF (2.75 MB) for useful tips on attending a festival when you have cystic fibrosis.

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There's loads of support available for people with cystic fibrosis and their families, from grants to help with benefits.

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