Celebrities make it look easy and they never seem to suffer from that festival-fatique we all know and love...
But with the help of the Virgin Media Louder Lounge at V Festival, we're onto those camping cheats!
Here's the lowdown on how to stay fabulous in a field.
1. Arrive in style (not on the car park shuttle bus...)
Dragging your backpack through miles of mud only to find a soggy spot next to the loos?
That's not cool. Touching down on your own backstage helipad? Rockstar.
Have a word with Fresh Air Helicopters, last year they choppered in Tom Jones.
Of course, no celebrity would be seen dead traipsing around the VIP area without a pair of Hunter wellies.
2. Be lazy
It's set to be a toasty 22' next weekend and getting hot and sweaty while negotiating a bag of tent pegs isn't exactly glamourous.
Those in the know have Jacob Hill on speed dial. Founder of Lazy Camper, the 21-year-old entrepreneur is ready and waiting to do all the pitching and bitching while you kick back with a cold beer.
3. Fake it.
Pastie legs and sunburn totally clash with this year's tropical colour trend (so the very-fashionable people tell us).
Nothing says A-lister like a golden tan.
4. Bring your mirror
You never know who's going to snap you getting down to Beyonce on Saturday night.
The seriously stylish always have their festival face on - but mainly because MAC Cosmetics, have a beauty station for them to stop at for a spruce up.
Both Millie Mackintosh and Jenna Louise Coleman popped in for a makeover last year, no wonder they looked so fresh-faced.
2013 is all about nails with The Illustrated Nail http://theillustratednail.tumblr.com/ on hand to provide nail art. Word has it that the 'IT' nail this year is a pineapple design. Sounds weird...
5. Drink properly.
Can of cider? Not for the VIP set. Cocktail kings, Sweet and Chili, have designed a signature drink for the weekend, the 'Elixir of Youth'.
Can't manage to blag your way into the lounge for a tipple? Pop these ingredients in your cooler and mix it yourself. 25ml Vodka, 75ml pomegranate juice, 75ml fresh apple, 10ml elderflower - pour over fresh ice and garnish with lime. (If you can be bothered). http://www.sweetandchilli.com/
6. Get a CFF* (*Celeb Friend Forever)
If your pal isn't going to get papped - forget it!
Last year we spotted some really strange celebrity bonding.
Emma Bunton was dancing with 1D's Liam, and Rita Ora was chatting to Kelly Brook. This year we might try and hang out with JayZ...
7. Get on the decks
Nicola Roberts and Denise Van Outen have both been known to turn DJ and play some tunes for their showbiz mates, and they've started a trend. Pioneer are bringing their WeGO portable DJ Controller to the lounge so guests can spin some tracks and keep the party going once the headline acts have finished.
8. Dry Up
OK, this one is mainly for the ladies, but these days hardly anyone packs for a festival weekend without a can of dry shampoo in their backpack.
The fancy way, of course, is not to fog out your tent and suffocate your mates while they sleep. Dry Shampoo experts, Batiste, do the dirty work for you, giving that third-day-hair a boost and professionally styling it. Salon? What salon?
9. Better than a bacon sandwich... *probably.
DJ-ing, dancing, downing cocktails - it's set to be a messy night. But what happens the morning after?
Obviously there's no walk of shame to the breakfast van for the hungover celebs. The healthy foodies at Nutrition Rocks have come up with a specially-created juice shot (made from carrot, beetroot and other healthy things) designed to wake you up before you throw-throw... Company founder, Hala El-Shafie, says, 'throughout the night alternate all your alcoholic drinks with a glass of juice, this will keep your energy levels high and stop you from getting too tipsy'.
10. OK, if that fails - bacon sandwich doughnut...
Yes. You heard right. A bacon. Sandwich. Doughnut. We weren't convinced either, but the sweet-tooth team at Jam Gou Dou have convinced us. It might just be best idea we've ever heard. Diet starts next week...