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Burning Man 2019

Infos und Tickets auf musikfestival Burning Man , das stattfindet ​ (Burning Man, Black Rock City). Burning Man (deutsch „Brennender Mann“) ist ein jährlich stattfindendes Festival im Es wird auch Euro Burn genannt und hatte rund Teilnehmer. Das Burning Man Festival findet dort bereits 33 Jahren statt und ist der Inbegriff für Freiheit, Liebe und Verrücktheit. Zahlreiche, oft surreal.

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Burning Man (deutsch „Brennender Mann“) ist ein jährlich stattfindendes Festival im Es wird auch Euro Burn genannt und hatte rund Teilnehmer. Zum Burning Man Festival in Nevada erblüht jedes Jahr die Wüste. In der temporären Ekstase-Stadt Black Rock City regiert die Kunst. Für viele. So nackt war das Burning-Man-Festival Die Smartphones sind wieder mit dem Netz verbunden, der Staub ist vom Display gewischt und die. Burning Man vom - in Black Rock City (US) - Tickets USD , Das Burning Man Festival läuft noch bis 2. September. Alle Infos zum Musikfestival in der Nevada-Wüste wie Tickets, Line-Up, und. Das Burning Man Festival findet dort bereits 33 Jahren statt und ist der Inbegriff für Freiheit, Liebe und Verrücktheit. Zahlreiche, oft surreal. Jedes Jahr findet das Burning Man in der Wüste Nevadas statt. Hier trifft Kunst auf Musik. Das Thema dieses Jahr: Metamorphose. Und so sah.

Burning Man 2019

Jedes Jahr findet das Burning Man in der Wüste Nevadas statt. Hier trifft Kunst auf Musik. Das Thema dieses Jahr: Metamorphose. Und so sah. Burning Man vom - in Black Rock City (US) - Tickets USD , Zum Burning Man Festival in Nevada erblüht jedes Jahr die Wüste. In der temporären Ekstase-Stadt Black Rock City regiert die Kunst. Für viele.

Burning Man 2019 The Black Rock Desert is a dried lake bed with mountains nestled in the distance. Video

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When I started bringing my mother to Burning Man , one of her biggest concerns was that she'd be the oldest person there. She'd likely seen too many photos of something influencers and young tech bros posing in the desert.

It's easy to think only Instagram models and celebrities go to Black Rock City, but this place doesn't exist because of them. It's built by hard-working people, quite a number of whom have been attending well before social media existed.

People of all ages make valuable contributions to the city I contributed and helped build during my first year when I was 25 , so here, age really is just a number.

It's a myth that you barter at Burning Man and must always have something to trade in order to receive something. As an attendee, you are given the responsibility of bringing a gift to share with people.

This gift can be a performance you put on, an art structure you help build, a snack or meal, or a takeaway item like a bandana or chapstick holder.

It can be big or small, and no one is going to ask you for it — it's a gift, so it's yours to give. The entirety of Burning Man operates because everyone comes together with their gifts, be it food, entertainment, art or something else.

That's what makes it work. They just do things a bit differently. The city's DMV is actually a Department of Mutant Vehicles where colossal, light-up art cars register to drive through the desert.

And you'll likely lounge on dusty bean-bag chairs instead of chrome seats while sipping on your smoothie — but that's part of the city's charm. When you arrive at Burning Man, the Greeters at the gate hand you a book of the week's activities and a map of camps throughout the city.

But not all of the things to do and camps to visit make it into the book — oftentimes you can just wander around desert areas and city streets to find new experiences.

Black Rock City has sections called the Playa and Deep Playa, which are the open areas of desert where a lot of the art rests and people can wander around freely.

In these places, however, there is no camping. Camps and individuals set up their tents, RVs and other shelters in the city itself which consists of actual streets laid out by the Department of Public Works DPW well before anyone arrives for the event.

As much as I feel the pull to go out and wander in the vast open desert to see what I might find, I often prefer wandering the city streets to stumble upon, well, just about anything.

I've had tea in a Moroccan-style tent, used a laser gun to shoot a bunch of rubber duckies, swung on a skateboard hanging from a forklift, and played pinball in the back of a bar.

One year, I even came across a pink school bus that was converted to a ball pit. It's so enjoyable to see what you might find when you're not looking for anything in particular.

Personally, the art is why I keep going back — and life-changing barely begins to describe it. You'll find structures that are larger-than-life and climbable at your own risk, of course or pieces that require you to come together and work with other people to make it operate.

Every year, I am amazed not only at what people can create in such a short amount of time, but also what they can imagine.

I've seen all sorts of impressive pieces of art, like an adorable giant robot holding a flower, a rainbow you can actually walk on, and even giant glowing mushrooms that pulse when you get near them.

Sure, there are "Weekend Warriors" who just go to the Burn to party for 72 hours before heading home. But for people like myself who stay for the whole week — or even arrive early and stay late — the Burn is a marathon, not a sprint.

And there's so much more to do than just dance — if you just wander around the festival you'll find art workshops, fire performances, spoken word, community discussions, freshly made food, and live music.

In fact, one of my fondest memories of Burning Man ever was rather tame and has nothing to do with partying. I still remember the tears welling in my eyes as I listened to the live music and watched the stunning Nevada sunset — it was some of the most beautiful few minutes of my life.

Although it's not strictly about partying all the time, you'll likely always hear some kind of music playing in the distance.

Electronic music is big at the Burn, but if you hunt you can find some other great stuff as well — I personally love listening to live country music from the Front-Porch art car, which is a replica of a porch you might see on a Southern home in the US.

But there are some peaceful moments at the Burn and they usually happen after sunrise. Around this time, people who have chosen to stay out all night start to wander around looking for camps serving food or head back to their own camp to sleep.

For others, it's about the time when they start their day. Many people know about the Man — the effigy after which the whole event is named —burn on Saturday, but fewer people realize the yin to this yang is the Temple burn.

The Temple is a structure where Burners head to let go of things, whether it's pain from a lost friend or family member, a breakup with a partner, or the death of a pet.

Although the architecture of the Temple occasionally reflects structures of various religions, it is not associated with any specific system of beliefs.

That said, going to the Temple is a spiritual experience for many, giving them the chance to release pain in their lives. People typically leave mementos behind so they can burn, too.

Last year, for example, I brought a check I received from my grandfather's estate after his death, and leaving it there helped me heal from the pain of not playing a bigger role in his life.

The city is a 7-square-mile patch filled with around 70, people — but it can still feel incredibly lonely. Truth be told, I've had great Burns and not-so-great ones.

Usually, the thing that makes a Burn less-than-stellar is when I feel a sense of loneliness. I know it seems odd that in a city of tens of thousands of people you might feel lonely, but it happens.

Quite honestly, I think a big part of the problem is the wide-spread idea that Burning Man is a non-stop party. When you're not having "the best time ever" then suddenly you feel like you're Burning wrong and you're the only one who's not enjoying themselves.

I always have to remind myself that there will be ups and downs throughout the week and that's OK. It is pretty much guaranteed I will cry at least once during every Burn, whether it's due to sadness, hunger, or a sense of helplessness, and it's easy to feel like I'm alone in it all.

Most people at Burning Man are eager to connect with others. They are: []. We welcome and respect the stranger.

No prerequisites exist for participation in our community. The value of a gift is unconditional.

Gifting does not contemplate a return or an exchange for something of equal value. In the earliest days of the event, an underground barter economy also existed, in which burners exchanged "favors" with each other.

While this was originally supported by the Burning Man organization, this is now largely discouraged. Instead, burners are encouraged to give gifts to one another unconditionally.

We stand ready to protect our culture from such exploitation. We resist the substitution of consumption for participatory experience.

Cash can be used for a select few charity, fuel, and sanitation vendors as follows: []. Since the LLC forbids most commerce, participants must be prepared and bring all their own supplies with the exception of the items stated in Decommodification.

No one other than the individual or a collaborating group can determine its content. It is offered as a gift to others.

In this spirit, the giver should respect the rights and liberties of the recipient. The event is clothing-optional and public nudity is common, though not practiced by the majority.

We strive to produce, promote and protect social networks, public spaces, works of art, and methods of communication that support such interaction.

Community members who organize events should assume responsibility for public welfare and endeavor to communicate civic responsibilities to participants.

They must also assume responsibility for conducting events in accordance with local, state and federal laws. We are committed to leaving no physical trace of our activities wherever we gather.

We clean up after ourselves and endeavor, whenever possible, to leave such places in a better state than when we found them.

We believe that transformative change, whether in the individual or in society, can occur only through the medium of deeply personal participation.

We achieve being through doing. Everyone is invited to work. Everyone is invited to play. We make the world real through actions that open the heart.

We seek to overcome barriers that stand between us and a recognition of our inner selves, the reality of those around us, participation in society, and contact with a natural world exceeding human powers.

No idea can substitute for this experience. The burning of a temple, as well as the Man, has become a traditional activity at the event.

It takes place the evening after the burning of the Man. Sculptor David Best 's temple projects were ritually burned from to Temple name had no prepositional phrase in and Temple Guardians [] hold the space of the Temple, maintaining an environment that allows equal access for everyone to have the experience and expression that they need.

They keep the space, as well as the participants who visit it, safe. In David Best and Termeh Yeghiazarian brainstormed on how to prevent potential damage and arson to the Temple, as well as prevent injury to those experiencing the Temple.

They came up with the idea of volunteer Guardian Angels, who would inconspicuously monitor the Temple during daylight hours, gently redirecting unsafe behavior and actions that disrupted the sacred atmosphere of the Temple.

It was the birth of the Temple Guardians. Presently, over individuals volunteer as Guardians throughout the event. A dozen Guardians monitor the Temple during each shift, 24 hours a day every day that the Temple is open.

Even before the gates open, Guardians stand watch along the Temple perimeter while the Temple Crew completes the build, and will do so again after the Temple has closed on Sunday morning for pre-burn preparations for that night's penultimate event of Burning Man, the Temple burn.

A select group of specially trained Guardians will carry offerings from Burners to the Temple, often in memory of those they have lost.

The offerings are carefully placed in visible spot and burned with the rest of the memorials for that burn. Burning Man primarily features large scale interactive installation art inspired by the intersection of maker culture , technology and a connection to nature.

Many works invite participation through climbing, touch, a technological interface or motion. Because of its principles of participation and radical inclusivity, much of outsider and visionary art , though a great variety of art forms appear during the event.

Creative expression through the arts and interactive art are encouraged at Burning Man in many forms.

Music, performance and guerrilla street theatre are art forms commonly presented within the camps and developed areas of the city. Artwork is placed in the open playa beyond the streets of the city and each year hundreds of isolated artworks, ranging from small to very large-scale art installations, often sculptures with kinetic, electronic and fire elements are brought to Black Rock City.

Art on the dry lake bed the playa is assisted by the Artery, which helps artists place their art in the desert and ensures lighting to prevent collisions , burn platform to protect the integrity of the dry lake bed and that fire safety requirements are met.

Grants are intended to help artists produce work beyond the scope of their own means, and are generally intended to cover only a portion of the costs associated with creation of the pieces, usually requiring considerable reliance on an artist's community resources.

In , 29 pieces were funded. Various standards regarding the nature of the artworks eligible for grants are set by the Art Department, but compliance with the theme and interactivity are important considerations.

This funding has fostered artistic communities, most notably in the Bay Area of California , the region that has historically provided a majority of the event's participants.

There are active and successful outreach efforts to enlarge the regional scope of the event and the grant program.

Immersive room-sized installations, costumes, jewelry, and ephemera transport visitors to the gathering's famed "Playa", while photographs and archival materials from the Nevada Museum of Art trace Burning Man's growth and its bohemian roots.

Large-scale installations—the artistic hallmark of Burning Man—form the core of the exhibition. In addition, multiple large-scale public Burning Man art installations were exhibited throughout the neighborhood surrounding the museum, for an extension of the show No Spectators: Beyond the Renwick, which included works by Jack Champion, Mr.

All outdoor works had been installed as honorarium artwork at Burning Man in years past, except for the artwork by Hybycozo.

Mutant Vehicles are purpose-built or creatively altered motorized vehicles. The term "Mutant Vehicle" was coined by Organizers of the Burning Man event to delineate a type of "Art Car" that was more dramatically modified than simply decorating an existing vehicle.

Burning Man participants who wish to bring motorized mutant vehicles must submit their designs in advance to the event's own DMV or "Department of Mutant Vehicles" [] for consideration.

If a vehicle design meets the "Mutant Vehicle Criteria, [] the vehicle is invited to the event for a final physical inspection and licensing at the event.

Not all designs and proposals are accepted. The event organizers, and in turn the DMV, have set the bar high for what it deems an acceptable MV each year, in effect capping the number of Mutant Vehicles.

This is in response to constraints imposed by the U. Bureau of Land Management, which grants permits to hold the event on federal property, and to participants who want to maintain a pedestrian-friendly environment.

One of the criteria the DMV employs to determine whether an application for a proposed Mutant Vehicle is approved is "can you recognize the base vehicle".

For example, if a VW van covered with glitter, dolls' heads, and old cooking utensils can still be recognized as a VW van, the DMV would consider it an "Art Car", but it would not be sufficiently altered to meet the Mutant Vehicle Criteria.

Bicycles and tricycles are popular for getting around on the dry lake. Mountain bikes are generally preferred over road bikes for riding on the dried silt, which is normally hard but becomes loose with traffic.

Participants often decorate their bikes to make them unique. Since lighting on the bikes is critically important for safety at night, many participants incorporate the lighting into their decorations, using electroluminescent wire a thin, flexible tube that glows with a neon-like effect when energized with electricity to create intricate patterns over the frame of the bike.

Every night during Burning Man, thousands of people on their bikes and art cars, illuminated sculptures and stages create a unique visual effect.

Camps focusing on electronic music , often played by live DJs, began to appear in , an influenced of the rave culture of the San Francisco area.

In later years, designated spokes of the main camp were designated for "sound camps", with limits on volume and speaker positioning angled away from the center of Black Rock City.

To work around the rules, mutant vehicles with live DJs and large sound systems began to appear as well. A number of major electronic music camps have been well-known recurrents at Burning Man, including Opulent Temple and Robot Heart.

In recent years, concerns began to surface among attendees that a growing number of "mainstream" electronic dance music acts such as Skrillex and Diplo 's Jack Ü in had begun to appear.

Much of the layout and general city infrastructure is constructed by Department of Public Works DPW volunteers who often reside in Black Rock City for several weeks before and after the event.

The developed part of the city is currently arranged as a series of concentric streets in an arc composing, since , two-thirds of a 1.

Radial streets, sometimes called Avenues, extend from the Man to the outermost circle. The outlines of these streets are visible on aerial photographs.

The innermost street is named the Esplanade , and the remaining streets are given names to coincide with the overall theme of the burn, and ordered in ways such as alphabetical order or stem to stern, to make them easier to recall.

For example, in , for the "Wheel of Time" theme, and again in for "The Vault of Heaven" theme, the streets were named after the planets of the solar system.

These avenues have been identified in other ways, notably in , in accordance with "The Floating World" theme, as the degrees of a compass, for example degrees, and in as part of the Beyond Belief theme as adjectives "Rational, Absurd" that caused every intersection with a concentric street named after concepts of belief such as "Authority, Creed" to form a phrase such as "Absurd Authority" or "Rational Creed".

However, these proved unpopular with participants due to difficulty in navigating the city without the familiar clock layout.

The Black Rock City Airport is constructed adjacent to the city, typically on its southern side.

See Transportation section below. This area serves as a central meeting place for the entire city and contains the Center Camp Cafe, Camp Arctica and a number of other city institutions.

Villages and theme camps are located along the innermost streets of Black Rock City, often offering entertainment or services to participants.

Theme camps are usually a collective of people representing themselves under a single identity. Villages are usually a collection of smaller theme camps which have banded together in order to share resources and vie for better placement.

Theme camps and villages often form to create an atmosphere in Black Rock City that their group envisioned. As Burning Man grows every year it attracts an even more diverse crowd.

Subcultures form around theme camps at Black Rock City similar to what can be found in other cities.

The Burning Man event is heavily dependent on a large number of volunteers. Black Rock City is patrolled by various local and state law enforcement agencies as well as the Bureau of Land Management Rangers.

Burning Man also has its own in-house group of volunteers, the Black Rock Rangers, [] who act as informal mediators when disputes arise between participants.

Three " MASH "-like stations are set up in the city: station 3, 6 and 9. In documents from February first made public on August 29, , it was revealed that in August , the FBI had sent a memo to its field offices in Nevada stating that it would patrol Burning Man to "aid in the prevention of terrorist activities and intelligence collection".

Although a threat assessment performed by the FBI determined that drug usage and crowd control were the only major threats to Burning Man, the Bureau still sent an unspecified number of undercover officers to the event, with "no adverse threats or reactions".

From the very beginning on Baker Beach, to when Burning Man was set into its desert home, there was no real organizational structure to the city.

This was not particularly planned, but formed instinctively from the traditional campfire circle and the urge to 'circle the wagons' against the nearly boundless space.

The Bureau of Land Management took notice of the event, and required that plans be drawn up to maintain safety.

They also required the Burn to be registered as an official event. In response, four cardinal roads were added emanating from center camp.

The center circle from the birth of the event was maintained. In , the first sound camp was opened. It was known as the Techno Ghetto, and it was located 2 miles north of Center Camp.

It was not a usual theme camp, but was instead a mini hub on its own; There was a small "center camp" with a message board and Port-a-potties.

Six massive sound systems faced out from the circle. With the population growing to 8, in , more structure was essential to both appease the Bureau of Land Management, and to maintain safety.

A ring around Center Camp, aptly named Ring Road, was added to provide for a second circle of theme camps. In addition, the eastern section of the circle around Center camp in a cone shape was declared a "No Man's Land", devoid of all art installations and campsites.

The goal was to provide a picturesque view from Center Camp of The Man in the distance. In addition to the camps circling the Center, there were also camps lining the outside of the No Man's Land cone.

The techno ghetto would remain for one last year in , and it wouldn't return. Regardless, the spark of music had ignited, and many other sound camps would follow.

In Burning Man was relocated. The event moved off of the Playa to the Hualapai Flat , due to political problems with Washoe County.

Black Rock City truly became a city in , with formal, labeled streets, zoning, and registration for vehicles and theme camps.

Rod Garret was brought on board as the lead designer of Black Rock City from then on. These main arms consisted of six annular roads, and two outlying plazas.

Burning Man returned to the playa in , and the basis of the modern layout was implemented. The idea was to "recreate some of the intimacy of our original camping circle, but on a much larger civic scale.

The radial streets were numbered North 1—20 and South 1—20, instead of the modern clock face system of names such as or There were four large plazas, each occupied by a major theme camp.

It was placed at out in the deep playa in the open third of the circle. In , extra radial streets were added from G street out to make outer-city navigation easier.

These streets were added at intervals of fifteen minutes. Highway 34 provides access to the main entrance to Black Rock City.

The highway connects to Highway north of Gerlach , which then runs south to Highway in Wadsworth near Interstate All vehicles driving into the city must have the appropriate vehicle pass, and all occupants are required to have valid ticket, in order to get in.

Vehicles are also searched for any items that are prohibited in the city. For those who have their tickets held at Will Call, the booths are located between the Highway 34 entrance and the main gate.

All tickets and vehicle passes must be bought in advance; they are not directly sold outside the gate or at the Will Call booths. When the Burning Man ends, and the mass exodus out of Black Rock City begins, a road traffic control procedure called "Pulsing" is used to direct vehicles out of the city.

At regular intervals usually an hour during the peak periods , all vehicles are "pulsed" forward all at once for about a mile along Gate Road.

This allows vehicles to stop and turn off their engines, while those at southernmost mile of the multi-lane Gate Road slowly merge and then turn onto the two-lane Highway The airport with regular commercial service closest to the event is the Reno-Tahoe International Airport in Reno , Nevada, over two hours' drive away.

Inside the airport that year, a Burning Man-specific information table was created and placed near the baggage claim area.

San Francisco International Airport , nearly six hours away by car, is the nearest airport with a high volume of international service. Other prominent airports, albeit with less international passenger traffic and more domestic services, are Sacramento International Airport , which is 4.

A section of the Playa is used for a non-permanent airport, which is set up before each event and completely erased afterward. Pilots began camping there about , and once compelled to add structure, it was established in a form acceptable to the BLM in through the efforts of Tiger Tiger Lissa Shoun and LLC board member Mr.

Klean Will Roger. The runway is simply a compacted strip of playa, and is not lighted. Because of the changes of the surface each year, information about the airport is subject to change.

There are prepaid shuttles, originating in Reno and San Francisco, that move participants to and from the event. During the event there was also a paid shuttle between the event and the nearby towns of Gerlach and Empire, but this has been discontinued.

Exiting and reentering the event requires an additional fee, and is highly discouraged. Participants also share rides [] and hitchhike although walking or bicycling into the event is not allowed.

Burning Man takes place in the middle of a large playa , and while not inhabited by humans itself, the area around the playa is home to many animals and plants.

While fire is a primary component of many art exhibits and events, materials must be burned on a burn platform.

When it was finally determined that they did not dissipate with the annual winter rains and flooding, in , the organization declared that fires had to be elevated from the playa surface for its protection.

On the last day of the event, public shared burn areas are prepared for participants to use. It is an ongoing educational process each year to inform the public not to burn toxic materials for the protection of the environment and participants.

Even gray water is not to be dumped on the playa, and used shower water must be captured and either evaporated off, or collected and carried home with each participant or disposed of by roving septic-pumping trucks, which also service RVs.

Methods used for evaporating water normally include a plastic sheet with a wood frame. The Bureau of Land Management , which maintains the desert, has very strict requirements for the event.

These stipulations include trash cleanup, removal of burn scars, dust abatement, and capture of fluid drippings from participant vehicles.

Burning Man's carbon footprint is primarily from transportation to the remote area. Burning Man's theme, "Green Man", received criticism for the artwork Crude Awakening , a foot oil derrick that consumed gallons of jet fuel and 2, gallons of liquid propane to blast a mushroom cloud feet high into the sky.

In an attempt to offset some of the event's carbon footprint, and kilowatt solar arrays were constructed in as permanent artifacts, providing an estimated annual carbon offset of tons.

Burning Man has attracted a number of billionaires and celebrities, many of them from Silicon Valley and Hollywood. These billionaires have paid for more luxurious camps to be set up in recent years.

Derisively nicknamed "plug-n-play" or "turnkey" camps, they in general consist of lavish RVs and luxury restroom trailers that are driven into the city and connected together to form de facto gated areas.

These billionaires then fly in to the airport on private planes, are driven to their camps, served by hired help nicknamed "sherpas" , and sleep in air-conditioned beds.

Despite allowing the rich to participate in Burning Man per the "radical inclusion" principle, many traditional Burners have spoken out against their exclusive practices.

Meanwhile, the regular admission price has increased over the years. In addition, Nevada lawmakers have modified the state's entertainment and sales tax code to include such nonprofit organizations like Burning Man that sell more than 15, tickets.

Even tickets sold under Burning Man's low income program are subject to these taxes. When interviewed by The Guardian about these figures, Harvey replied, "I don't think black folks like to camp as much as white folks We're not going to set racial quotas This has never been, imagined by us, as a utopian society.

The terms of the Burning Man ticket require that participants wishing to use photo and video-recording equipment share a joint copyright of their images of Black Rock City with Burning Man, and forbid them from using their images for commercial purposes.

A Burning Man spokeswoman replied that the policies are not new, were written by a former head of the EFF, were used when suing to block pornographic videos, and ultimately arose from participant concerns: "We're proud that Black Rock City a private event held on public land is widely acknowledged as a bastion of creative freedom.

EFF seems to think that anyone attending any event somehow has an absolute right to take photographs, and then to do whatever they want with those images without any effective restriction or manner of enforcement.

While we believe that such rights do make sense for any of us taking pictures in purely public spaces, this is not true in the private space of Burning Man — if it were it would mean that Burning Man couldn't protect participant privacy or prevent commercialization of imagery.

The Burning Man organization has since worked with the EFF and with Creative Commons and other parties, and has revised and clarified the photography policies.

The popularity of Burning Man has encouraged other groups and organizations to hold events similar to Burning Man.

In exchange for conforming to these standards, the event is granted permission to officially communicate itself as a Burning Man Regional Event.

Also, the regional event organizers are enabled to exchange best practices with each other on a global level via online platforms and in-person conferences, which are partly sponsored by the Burning Man Project.

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We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. This summer has been far hotter than usual and plenty of us have been practically melting in the unseasonable heat.

However, this did nothing to stop fans from attending the epic Burning Man festival. In fact, it seemed that the heat only spurred them on — this year, the gathering was even crazier, wackier and more off-the-hook than usual!

Burning Man took place in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada and lasted from August 25 until September 2, and just like every year, this famous festival was fantastic.

But then again, does Burning Man ever disappoint? So keep on scrolling, share with your friends, and drop us a comment about which Burning Man pictures you liked best and why.

Be sure to scroll down and read our exclusive interview with Travis C. More info: burningman. This post may include affiliate links. So Burning Man is basically Comic-Con for the uber-wealthy?

Although, some of the art exhibits are incredible. The sheer amount of electricity and vibration! I'm in awe! Bored Panda talked to Travis C. It was my third year and likely my favorite so far as each year you start to better understand the parameters and limitations of the experience.

For example: which fabrics to choose for your Burning Man costume that repel dust and which attract it. Which foods reheat well and which do not.

Can I wear heels while in drag or will I sink? The entire experience is not only a social experiment but also layered with smaller experiments of life in an alternate universe.

The desert makes for a beautiful gallery for these mirrored sculptures. I mean look at this photo, wow. I will spend the year sewing my coats and clothes and then sharing those I have made in previous years with others if they want them.

Outside of just aesthetics, anything goes as long as you are trying to uphold the Ten Principles which emphasize community, kindness and gifting among other things.

Overall, the community of Burning Man avoids the discriminatory pitfalls of the default world and is a true alternate universe and example of what the world would be like if we valued each other more than the things we personally have.

The week is full of kindness and excitement. Sure it is dusty, but that environment is simultaneously useful in its ability to disarm even the fanciest of attendees.

Great use of 3D printing technique to achieve the layers on this fantastic sculpture. If you could rebuild NYC once a year from the ground up, would you change the road names?

What about the street directions? Where would you locate the most important facilities like the ER? Burning Man gets to redesign itself each year and it is super fun to watch urban planning get a second, third, etc.

That just doesn't happen in regular life. That is pretty cool. I might be seeing things, but it looks like the bees are in ballet slippers.

The Temple is one of the only sites where there is no party. No loud music. It is where people go to say goodbye to a marriage and leave their certificate after their divorce.

One of the most heartbreaking items and reflections left this year was the hat of a man who had attended and died.

There was a note accompanying it from his parents who had come to the festival just to leave it behind, say goodbye and then watch it burn to the ground along with everyone else's heartaches and disappointment.

It is honestly impossible to walk through that space and not tear up. Our first year we sat next to a woman who had met her second husband at Burning Man after the passing of her first nearly 25 years prior.

He had also passed away. She brought some of the clothes she had met him in to watch burn as she said thank you for the years spent together.

Sure, there are parties. Sure, I do see drug use. Never anything hard or massively troubling at least not with those I hang out with , but many of those perceptions are the minority experience.

The families aren't there for that. Nor is the often older demographic group that has been coming for years and helps to keep the festivals message on track.

Nor are most of the young people. People go to spend time with each other. Imagine your neighbor building this in their driveway!

Hahaha or even better seeing it driving on the highway to get there! I love it! A typical afternoon might include a corndog, being launched in to a pool of stuffed animals, a freezer truck with hot beverages, the very gay "bear shower happy hour," a Madonna dance party with snow cones, and then a touching communal dinner back at camp.

Unrestricted imagination required here folks. The place is unique but in a way that you would wish everywhere could be. And, with those loss of freedoms is often what makes it hard to be the nice and expressive person you wish you could always be.

Burning Man is an experience for sure. How you categorize I think this is why it is so universally appealing.

And every year since, the gathering has attracted what seems to be the most creative not to mention peculiar! It was mesmerizing. It was confusing.

But nobody can deny it was a feast for the eyes. Ugh, this picture reminds me of the conversation we had last year about Burning Man - how many of the attendees are legit and how many are models that just dropped in for pix.

Yes, I'm talking to you, lady with your butt sticking out. Note: this post originally had images. But what does the festival stand for, and what are its core values?

Lastly, the Burning Man respects the environment, calls upon everyone to participate as fully as possible, and values immediate experience, which helps overcome our inner barriers.

I would love to experience Burning Man for myself — what about you? What do you love most about the festival? Is it the quirky costumes?

The supernatural art installations? Or the marvelous atmosphere? Bored Panda works best if you switch to our Android app. Bored Panda works better on our iPhone app!

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In his spare time, Jonas writes books and short stories and likes to draw lighthearted illustrations. Black Rock City has sections called the Playa and Deep Playa, which are the open areas of desert where a lot of the art rests and people can wander around freely.

In these places, however, there is no camping. Camps and individuals set up their tents, RVs and other shelters in the city itself which consists of actual streets laid out by the Department of Public Works DPW well before anyone arrives for the event.

As much as I feel the pull to go out and wander in the vast open desert to see what I might find, I often prefer wandering the city streets to stumble upon, well, just about anything.

I've had tea in a Moroccan-style tent, used a laser gun to shoot a bunch of rubber duckies, swung on a skateboard hanging from a forklift, and played pinball in the back of a bar.

One year, I even came across a pink school bus that was converted to a ball pit. It's so enjoyable to see what you might find when you're not looking for anything in particular.

Personally, the art is why I keep going back — and life-changing barely begins to describe it. You'll find structures that are larger-than-life and climbable at your own risk, of course or pieces that require you to come together and work with other people to make it operate.

Every year, I am amazed not only at what people can create in such a short amount of time, but also what they can imagine. I've seen all sorts of impressive pieces of art, like an adorable giant robot holding a flower, a rainbow you can actually walk on, and even giant glowing mushrooms that pulse when you get near them.

Sure, there are "Weekend Warriors" who just go to the Burn to party for 72 hours before heading home. But for people like myself who stay for the whole week — or even arrive early and stay late — the Burn is a marathon, not a sprint.

And there's so much more to do than just dance — if you just wander around the festival you'll find art workshops, fire performances, spoken word, community discussions, freshly made food, and live music.

In fact, one of my fondest memories of Burning Man ever was rather tame and has nothing to do with partying. I still remember the tears welling in my eyes as I listened to the live music and watched the stunning Nevada sunset — it was some of the most beautiful few minutes of my life.

Although it's not strictly about partying all the time, you'll likely always hear some kind of music playing in the distance.

Electronic music is big at the Burn, but if you hunt you can find some other great stuff as well — I personally love listening to live country music from the Front-Porch art car, which is a replica of a porch you might see on a Southern home in the US.

But there are some peaceful moments at the Burn and they usually happen after sunrise. Around this time, people who have chosen to stay out all night start to wander around looking for camps serving food or head back to their own camp to sleep.

For others, it's about the time when they start their day. Many people know about the Man — the effigy after which the whole event is named —burn on Saturday, but fewer people realize the yin to this yang is the Temple burn.

The Temple is a structure where Burners head to let go of things, whether it's pain from a lost friend or family member, a breakup with a partner, or the death of a pet.

Although the architecture of the Temple occasionally reflects structures of various religions, it is not associated with any specific system of beliefs.

That said, going to the Temple is a spiritual experience for many, giving them the chance to release pain in their lives.

People typically leave mementos behind so they can burn, too. Last year, for example, I brought a check I received from my grandfather's estate after his death, and leaving it there helped me heal from the pain of not playing a bigger role in his life.

The city is a 7-square-mile patch filled with around 70, people — but it can still feel incredibly lonely. Truth be told, I've had great Burns and not-so-great ones.

Usually, the thing that makes a Burn less-than-stellar is when I feel a sense of loneliness. I know it seems odd that in a city of tens of thousands of people you might feel lonely, but it happens.

Quite honestly, I think a big part of the problem is the wide-spread idea that Burning Man is a non-stop party. When you're not having "the best time ever" then suddenly you feel like you're Burning wrong and you're the only one who's not enjoying themselves.

I always have to remind myself that there will be ups and downs throughout the week and that's OK. It is pretty much guaranteed I will cry at least once during every Burn, whether it's due to sadness, hunger, or a sense of helplessness, and it's easy to feel like I'm alone in it all.

Most people at Burning Man are eager to connect with others. They want to know who you are, what makes you happy, and what passions you have.

And when you share a little bit of who you are with someone, they won't hesitate to express how grateful they feel. In general, I think people are looking out for each other at Burning Man and I have had many experiences that have helped me connect with total strangers.

One year on the night the Man burned, I wandered around alone for a bit, feeling pretty despondent about leaving the next day.

Then, a stranger asked me how I was doing and we ended up sitting down and talking about all of our experiences from the past seven days.

Honestly, that genuine interaction with a stranger turned a Burn that wasn't particularly great into a really wonderful one that ended on a high note.

A Burner friend once told me that going to the Burn restores his faith in humanity, and I have to agree.

But I must admit, the hard work that goes into planning the trip to the Burn makes it all the more rewarding and worth every bit of frustration.

I've gone into it multiple years thinking, "This will be the last one for a while," but when I leave all I can think about is when I'll get to go back.

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  1. JoJot sagt:

    Ja, wirklich. Es war und mit mir.

  2. Feramar sagt:

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