Fall is a beautiful time of year to be outdoors. The leaves are changing color and falling from the trees, the weather starts to cool off, and you get to go camping! There’s nothing quite like spending a weekend in nature with friends or family, especially when it’s still warm outside. But there are some things you have to consider before planning your fall tenting event—things like lighting, ambient temperature, and space that could be affected by weather conditions. Here’s what you should know:
The weather is something you can’t control, and it’s the one thing that can make or break your event. It’s not a matter of if bad weather will hit; it’s when. When planning your event, be sure to keep all possible weather scenarios in mind.
Lighting is an essential component of any event, and it is especially important when camping. After all, you want the lighting to be sufficient enough that your guests are comfortable while inside the tenting area. The most efficient types of lighting are fluorescent bulbs; however, you should consider how many total watts per square foot you need before purchasing them.
For example, if your tenting area covers about 8 feet by 8 feet then you would need about 80 watts per square foot (80/8=10). This means that if your event is going to end up being outdoors at night with no artificial lighting around it, then perhaps consider bringing extra lamps or lanterns. It might be a good idea just in case there’s ever an emergency where one needs extra light sources available.
When you’re planning an event, it’s important to keep in mind the ambient temperature. If you live in a hot climate, keeping your tenting event cool with high-quality shade structures is important. On the other hand, if you live in a cold climate and want to do some tenting in the fall weather, keeping your tenting event warm is essential.
In general, most people agree that a temperature range of 60°F (15°C) – 80°F (27°C) makes for ideal comfort while camping (though again—everyone has their own preferences). This is especially true when considering humidity levels during different times of day: if it’s too humid outside, even when temperatures are low enough not to cause harm from heat stress or burn injuries on exposed skin surfaces like hands and feet (which is why it’s recommended that all pre-schoolers wear sunscreen), then there may still be discomfort associated with being outside regardless because sweat won’t evaporate off your body as quickly as usual due to high amounts of moisture present at any given moment out there!
When planning a tent event, you need to consider space. A lot of times when we think of tents, we think of the open fields and large spaces they can occupy. But you don’t want to go overboard with your tenting plans. You need to be able to fit your equipment and people within the confines of your space without being too cramped or crowded.
You also have to make sure that you have a spacious tent for people who are going in and out for performances or for changeovers between acts (you wouldn’t want someone tripping over cords that are stretched across the floor). You also want room for audience members who may not be as close as others in order for them all to see what’s happening onstage accurately without straining their necks!
Don’t let Weather or Space affect your Event!
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