Burning Man

September 4, 2011 by Post Team 

Burning ManBurning Man, Now in its 25th year, the Burning Man festival – an annual eight-day experiment in community, art, personal expression and self-confidence – is sold out for the first time.

Black Rock City, the temporary community that rises from the Nevada desert every year to celebrate the event, expected to attract 50,000 attendees this year. That is the limit of U.S. Bureau of Land Management allows the site – a dry lakebed two hours from Reno. Burning Man 2011 was launched on August 29 and concludes on Monday (September 5).

And on Saturday (03 September), the recording of the Big Man will take place at 9 pm ET. Do not worry – if you have not come to Nevada this year, you can see a live broadcast.

The theme this year is “Rites of Passage.” From the official site of the event:

“[M] Oving from a state of being an unknown in others, forces us to confront our deepest insecurities, and requires faith, will jump to the ladder of ordered existence.”

And above all attendees to discover their own rite of passage. The event bills itself as deliberately not organized – therefore, no great acts booked to play on stage. However, events that are created each year by the case of the “citizens”.

If not, here’s our guide to everything you need to know about Burning Man

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