Loosely translated from Cajun slang, the term “Bonnaroo” means “a really good time,” definitely an apt phrase for the four-day music mega-festival held this June 12-15. The festival is situated 60 miles southeast of Nashville in Manchester, Tenn., and hosts an extensive array of extremely diverse artists from Elton John to Danny Brown.

Bonnaroo, situated on a 700-acre farm (a huge open field with little to no shade would be more accurate) known as The Great Stage Park, is no conquest for the light-hearted. The festival occurs during the summer in Tennessee, in an open field. Let those factors and its implications sink in for a bit—images of sunglassed victims carted out of various festival grounds on white WWII stretchers should come to mind. With respect to 2013’s fallen festival comrades, here’s a list of 10 hacks to avoid a similar fate. It’s time for you to get the most out of your Bonnaroo experience. Are you #ready2roo?