“Burning Man is not a festival. Burning Man is a community.”
So reads the official Burning Man website. At the end of every August, everyone from “hippies” to billionaires — who all call themselves Burners — gather in the middle of Nevada’s Black Rock Desert known as “the playa” to partake in a global cultural movement based on 10 principles. The temporary city of Burning Man is known as Black Rock City.
This year, Burning Man takes place from August 25 to September 2. Burning Man is a free community inside — instead of booking entertainment, it encourages participants to perform for the community free of charge. It also doesn’t sell goods.
But the cost of attending Burning Man can come to thousands of dollars between tickets, transportation, accommodations, supplies, and costumes.
See how much it really costs to attend Burning Man.
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