Since its 1999 Halloween weekend debut, the annual event has become a Halloween tradition for music fans, both locally and others who travel from around the world. Throughout Voodoo’s 23-year run, more than one million festival-goers have gathered to see performances from about 2,000 artists. The event has also been twice nominated for Pollstar’s Music Festival of the Year and in 2005, Voodoo founder Stephen Rehage and his team were presented with a key to the city, following the Voodoo 2005 post-Katrina event.
Voodoo was first held as a single-day event on October 30, 1999, at Tad Gormley Stadium in City Park. Planned and executed by Stephen Rehage, CEO of Rehage Entertainment, the festival consisted of three stages and a mix of local and national acts including headliners Wyclef Jean and Moby. As the U.S. festival market swelled, Voodoo continued its growth, increasing both the festival site and musically expanding with the addition of stages and performers.
During its second year in 2000, Voodoo became a two-day event and garnered international attention with a headlining performance from Eminem in support of his debut album The Slim Shady LP. In 2007, Voodoo expanded to a three-day event.
Temporary 123 offers bunk house trailer rentals ranging in size from 4 to 30 people to provide reliable, comfortable, and safe temporary housing whenever and wherever needed, so clients have a reliable space for some much-needed downtime recharging, or partying.
We also provide disaster relief & worksite accommodations In remote and challenging environments. Our worksite accommodations with detailed engineering include living quarters with power, water & sewage treatment. We offer a complete line of custom modular buildings.
We are certified & licensed. Our services include disaster recovery, maintenance, man camps, new constructions, and rental buildings, with an inventory of fully furnished man camps for your mining operation. We have a large global Inventory.
Get a quote on a 50 – 2000 person camp with full support & logistics. Bunkhouse Trailers from Temporary 123 are designed to provide comfortable modular housing that is safe with climate-controlled sleeping accommodations and module showers for multiple people at just about any location.
Temporary 123 is a top-line supplier of remote camp rentals. Our festival rentals provide exceptional product quality combined with expert workmanship and superior customer service.
Our team has extensive experience in designing, manufacturing, and distributing recreational vehicles for camping. The common thread throughout our Company is a commitment to total customer satisfaction.
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Our mobile and remote camp housing options are available in different sizes and configurations. They include power generators and other amenities to provide all the comforts of home. Our base camp rentals can be deployed for individuals or organizers and quickly be combined with other mobile support units, such as mobile shower trailers, laundry trailer rentals, restroom trailer rentals, and mobile kitchen stations for emergency deployment, festivals, and special events. We provide many options so that all our clients can get their essential needs met. You deserve quality.
Temporary 123 is dedicated to providing our clients with the most effective service at the best value. We want our customers to be able to enjoy their recreational vehicle for rent even during the most extreme situations. Furthermore, our high-quality green-and-clean equipment helps us create a safer living environment for all our customers.
As a company that supplies full base camp services with mobile and remote temporary housing options, we provide comfortable units for disaster response crews, on-site staff members, and even overnight event attendees. You can rely on us for remote camp rentals for emergency deployment, festivals, and special events. We can also arrange set-up and breakdown when your base camp rentals are no longer needed.
Temporary 123 support services are backed by years of experience and knowledge. You can count on us to always provide the right solutions in a timely fashion. Request a consultation with our team to learn what we can do for you.
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Management logistics and temporary housing solutions. We stand head and shoulders above the rest of our competition, which is why we are able to provide our customers with the best possible services based on our years of experience. Our fleet of travel trailers will accommodate almost all temporary housing needs for natural disasters, fires, insurance claims, construction sites, and remote workforces anywhere around the world. Our rentals are flexible and can be for long or short term to meet your needs.
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Solar power is a great way to charge your batteries. Of course, if you’re renting an RV, you can’t go drilling solar panels onto the roof. Either look for a rental that’s already outfitted or use a portable solar panel that you can set up on your campsite.
Generators quickly drain your fuel supply, so get creative when you need to cool off. For tips on staying cool, check out Keeping Cool in Severe Heat.
Since you’re renting an RV, you want to make sure you return it clean and free of dust. Dust can cause damage to the RV inside and out, which means you won’t get your security deposit back. You can seal up crevices and switches with painter’s tape to prevent dust buildup. You may also want to use AC filters to seal and protect your vents. Some RV rental packages include cleaning services. Consult our Temporary 123 blog to learn more tips for a clean rental.
Be mindful of how you position your RV in the wind. It’s recommended you park your temporary housing on the edge of the campsites, so you act as a wind barrier for people camping in tents. They’ll be grateful for it. Always keep an eye on your awnings and retract them when you leave your site.
Keep your electricity usage to a minimum. That means unplugging appliances when you’re not using them and using LED lanterns instead of your house lights. Again, solar power is a great supplemental resource.
One of the most important tips is to conserve your water! Also, remember that dumping your tanks may be prohibited and bunk house rental service can be expensive, so try to use the campground toilets as much as possible.
Lastly, understand that you are responsible for any leaks in your recreation vehicle for camping, whether oil, tanks, or otherwise. It’s your job to make sure they don’t happen, and if they do, you must clean them. There are RV service trucks that drive around, but you’ll need to contain the leak in the meantime. We recommend you bring a five-gallon bucket to catch leaks and clean up debris. Prepare ahead of time and keep your festival rentals clean, so you don’t lose your deposit!