Everyone wants to enjoy themselves but be kind to yourself and your body. If you choose to use drugs and/or alcohol, do so wisely and consciously. Be aware of how much you consume and pay attention to how you feel. The best parties are the ones where everything is just right. The most rewarding experiences we share are, at the core, about music; about being part of a community and spending time with each other. You don’t need drugs or alcohol to have those experiences.
Using drugs and drinking alcohol are never without risk. Mixing drugs and alcohol, chronic use, or use in high volumes over short periods of time increases your risk of life-threatening problems.
Risks derive from the amount you consume, where you consume it, what sort of substances you consume and your body’s unique reaction to what’s in it. We all have that friend who gets tipsy after 1 beer or the other one that seems stone cold sober after 10. So pay attention, be present and listen to your personal rhythm. You don’t have to “keep up”.
For more information about bring safe and responsible should you choose to use drugs please see these resources: