Chicago Sun Times

“Packing light takes skill. If that skill eludes Chicago Bears fans who are attending Sunday’s home opener against the Cincinnati Bengals but who have not heeded new NFL bag restrictions, there is a solution.”

Meg Moore | Sun Times Media

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Meg Moore | Sun Times Media

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Chicago Tribune

Ellen Jean Hirst | Tribune reporter

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DownBeats

“Another new twist was one I welcomed wholeheartedly: rentable lockers and cell phone charging. Apparently Voodoo decided to outsource this to a company called Entertainment Lockers who specialize in providing this service at festivals across the country. The ability to drop off your phone or tablet for charging without having to babysit it was fantastic. The lockers themselves were spacious enough for a backpack and a bit more, especially useful when grabbing merchandise. I hope they keep hiring these guys in future years, it made the fest a lot easier and more fun.”

George Williams | DownBeats

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Lithium Magazine

 ” Today, I took more time to walk through some of the additional attractions. Much like last year, Orion fans could store their belongings in a rental locker for the day. This year, however, the folks taking care of the locker rentals also brought in a cell phone charging station, which was wildly popular all weekend. With phones constantly roaming around looking for tower signal, and fans taking photos and posting to Twitter and Facebook, by early afternoon every charging station was occupied, with a never-ending line-up of people for the duration of both days.”

Mike Bax | Lithium Magazine

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AntiMusic Network

” A new feature I hope other festivals embrace is the option of lockers, which fans can store their backpacks in, or their exclusively signed merchandise from bands that appeared at the F.Y.E autograph tent.”

Mike Kuzminski | AntiMusic Network

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