I always bring a supply of glowsticks and light up stuff to Bonnaroo (battery powered flashing rings, glasses, batons, etc) to wear and give away. Everyone loves the stuff, and I know I do; especially late at night. I was wondering why I never see vendors selling this flashing light up stuff in Centeroo. Seems like there would be a booth, or at least roving vendors selling the flashing toys to everyone. I know that Bonnaroo officially forbids glowsticks, so it makes sense that no one would be selling glowsticks, but I never see any battery operated blinky stuff for sale. I was wondering why no one sells this at Bonnaroo. Do you think that if a vendor set up a booth or a cart to sell blinky light up stuff for a reasonable price (less than $10), would alot of people want to buy it? Or would they just walk on by and save the $ for beer, food and other important substances? I am wondering if becoming a light up vendor for Bonnaroo is a good idea. What do you think?
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Has anyone seen glow stuff for sale in Centeroo (or the Main Venue)? I wonder if they would ever let anyone sell from a cart in Centeroo (for instance, set up next to the lemon ice cart out in the What stage field. Would you guys buy glow stuff in Centeroo?
Oops, I meant light up stuff (like flashing battery operated rings, batons, sunglassess, etc)not glowsticks! Have you ever seen a cart for light up stuff in centeroo? Do you think you would ever buy this in centeroo if there was a cart?
I know I've bought from a cart before, maybe '10 or '11, at the main stage. It was an impulse buy I think blinky toys would sell like hotcakes inside Centeroo. I know when I have a long trek from camp and I plan on staying out, I pack light, and blinky toys aren't a priority at noon. But come midnight, I'm likely to regret that decision but not so much I walk back to camp for them!