With Coachella and Something in the Water now behind us, festival season is in full effect. And while music festivals are a lot of fun, losing your iPhone, cash, and ID is not. That’s where the side bags truly comes into its own — with multiple pockets and zips, these accessories are perfect for keeping all of your essentials safe while enjoying your favorite act on stage.

And though tiny bags are a big trend right now, opting for something a little larger in these summer months will be more functional for phone, sunscreen, and shades storage. Now, to help you find the perfect accessory for all the music festivals still on your summer agenda, we’ve browsed through retailers including HHVCaliroots, and END. to bring you some of the steeziest and functional side bags online, all for under $150.

Starting with sportswear labels Patagonia, Nike, and Champion, we’ve included everything the go-tos that’ll never be out of style, to trendier streetwear brands such as Carhartt WIP, Noah, and Parra. Meanwhile, those looking for a festival bag that doubles as a fashion week companion, you can count on BAPE‘s collab with NaNa-NaNa and Samuel Ross’ Oakley line for that extra dose of steez.

Peep all our favorite festival bags below.

Under $50

Sportswear Heritage Side Bag



Hip Bag



Lumbnical Side Bag

The North Face


UO Exclusive Belted Sling Bag



Prime Sling Bag



Under $100

Brik Hipbag



Terrace Hip Bag

Carhartt WIP


Woman Horse Waist Pack



Paul Side Bag



Cordura Mesh Bag



Military Hip Bag

Carhartt WIP


Houndstooth Waist Bag



Reworked Adidas Bag

Frankie Collective


Under $150

A4 Bag

Bape Store LA x Nana-Nana


Ems Bag



Sacoche Bag

Oakley x Samuel Ross


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