Are you prepared for FrogFest 33, a day of great music, including from our headliner Dylan Scott at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds? Here's a quick list of things to make sure you bring with you before you leave the house on June 18.

1. Blankets/Chairs

You're encouraged to bring a chair or blanket to relax on and enjoy the show. Leave the umbrellas and tents at home. If it gets too hot, there are several places you can get in the shade and still see the great entertainment.

 2. Sunscreen

Hopefully, Mother Nature shines down on FrogFest 33. Bring the sunscreen so you don't wake up with a sunburn.

3. Cash

This is pretty obvious, but if you want to get a few beers or some great FrogFest souvenirs you don't want to leave the extra cash behind. There's a no re-entry policy so if you forget it in your car, you can't go back and get it. There is also an ATM inside the Herkimer County Fairground gates if you need more.

4. A positive attitude

FrogFest is a day of fun and nobody wants to have it ruined by someone who is grouchy. FrogFest is all about meeting new people that enjoy live music so bring your smile and friendliest attitude.

5. Camera/Phone

Be sure to capture all the great FrogFest 33 moments on your camera or cell phone. Don't forget to use #FrogFest33 when sharing on social media. Your photos may show up on Big Frog 104.

6. Handkerchief/extra shirt

If the weather is warm, which we hope, you may do a little sweating, especially if you're doing a lot of dancing. Be sure to have something to wipe your forehead and neck to help keep you more comfortable. Or just buy a FrogFest 33 shirt while you're there.

7. Tickets

This may sound like a no-brainer, but check to make sure you have your tickets before leaving the house. Who wants to have to turn around and head back? Tickets will be available at the gate for $30.

We can't wait to see you at FrogFest 33 on June 18 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds, presented by Curtis Lumber. Gates open at 11:30 AM. Music kicks off at noon with the National Anthem.

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