i always sneak in alcohol and its honestly not hard....
they sell these at bevmo and its really easy to hide in ur shoe or somewhere in ur clothing....
fill it up with vodka and pour it into the frozen lemonade and u are golden...
CAMP SITE SOLUTION
SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS DIDNT NOTICE IT UNTIL IT WAS TOO LATE--->
OF COURSE U ALREADY HAVE ABOUT A 24 PACK OF WATER BOTTLES
WITHOUT DESTROYING THE PACKAGE
PULL OUT THE BOTTLES FROM THE SIDE OPENING AND GET TO THE MIDDLE 4
FILL THEM UP FULL OF VODKA OR GIN AND PLACE THEM NEATLY BACK INTO THE PACKAGE...
FOR JAGERMEISTER POUR CONTENTS INTO A DIET COKE BOTTLE AND HAVE ABOUT THREE OTHER DIET COKE BOTTES IN A COOLER SO IT DOESNT LOOK OBVIOUS...
FOR SAILOR JERRY FIND A CREAM SODA BOTTLE AND FOLLOW THE RULES AS THE THE JAGER MEISTER
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Getting liquor into the campsite and festival is not hard, just use common sense and don't bring glass and you should be fine. In 2011 we bought a case of aquafina and poured out six of them in the middle of the pack and replaced them with vodka, worked like a charm (Also resulted in some fun games of Russian water roullette, where u all have to slam back an aqua in the morning, with one of them being straight vodka). Last year we didn't bother with that and just kept them down, security for the most part won't care as long as you don't have glass or an obscene amount.
Also I pretty much hide a water bottle of vodka in my belt area every time I re-enter the festival. It's not difficult, and if u get caught the worst that will happen is say you have to finish it or throw it. One time he pulled it out and said I had to finish it, so I walked to the trash can directly behind him, pretended to start drinking it, then just walked through. And if its clear booze in a water bottle most of the time they're going to assume its water anyway.
Fair; I 've *never* encountered that, but it seems reasonably likely.
That said, I wouldn't want to carry my passport around with me 24/7 - that's very, very dangerous if you lose it - and so it's probably better to use the passport once (if they don't accept the drivers' license; i have no idea if they would or not).
I got my wristbands in the campground last year on the path toward the venue. Much shorter line in the morning before it occurs to people that they want to drink. That way, you can just lock up your passport in the car. Otherwise, get a locker.
The match of the century: absence versus thin air.
dude - how many posts are you going to bump asking about booze? Can I please help you so that you stop bumping threads from years ago???
This is the US of A. You need to be 21 to drink here (whether or not you like that rule, agree with it, or otherwise) so you need an ID and/or passport that says you're 21 or older. It's really not that complicated.
Additionally, all the rules governing booze (where you can have it, where you can't, what's allowed) are here on this site - who would have guessed?!
To help you out a bit more - technically, hard alcohol isn't allowed in the campgrounds, but I've never had a problem with getting it in in the past, and I don't even try to hide it that much. I always take whatever liquor (whiskey, vodka, etc.) and pour it into empty gallon jugs of water. Of course the whiskey doesn't look right in there, but in my experience, as long as what you have isn't in glass, they don't seem to care too much. Glass is always what they focus in on, and rightly so since it's normally a polo field. They made me throw out a bottle of hot sauce one year because it was glass but didn't give two shits about the four gallons of hard liquor sitting right out in the open (and they were literally labeled "vodka" and "whiskey").
Take all this with a grain of salt though as I've also seen security making people dump out their "iced tea" or "water" jugs too. Personally, I think it's because those people we're either so grossly underage that security didn't believe their fake id's, or they were just dick's to security. Offer them a water and a beer as they search your car and don't be a cunt and you'll usually be fine.