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LA & SF Burning Man Decompression Parties 2009

October 11, 2009

Art Predator and family at LA Decompression 2009

Here’s the Art Predator and Family last Saturday at Decompression 2009 Party in LA where it was a lovely sunny fall afternoon in the cornfield.

Today’s Decom in SF so far looks cold and cloudy and there’s a front rolling in…so better be prepared!09decomback_lg I know I’m having to refigure what I was going to wear–that short dress is going to leave me just a little too cold I’m afraid!

But a little bit of inclement weather isn’t going to stop Art Predator and friends from cruising on over there momentarily because there is so much going on it’s going on at

The 10th Annual SF Decompression

Sunday, October 11, 2009
on Indiana Street in San Francisco
Noon SHARP until Midnight!

(Mariposa Stage ends 11pm. All other outdoor stages/sound end 10pm.)
Public Entrance: 19th St. & Minnesota St., SF
$10 donation in Black Rock Couture/Costume
$20 in streetwear
All ages outdoors; kids under 12 always absolutely free!
Age 21+ inside Cocomo (club closes @ 1:30am)

09decomfront_lgI’m going to hook up with poet Nila northhSun–she and I tore it up in 2000 on and off the playa!  And I going with poet Lee Ann Brown and her daughter Miranda. Lee Ann’s been to the playa but for Miranda at 6 almost 7 this will be her first real Burning Man exposure. Fortunately, although SF Burning Moms won’t hvae an official presence, Kidsville theme camp will be there with lots of great activities for kids. Plus lots of live music, DJs fire spinning, you name–just like the playa and with a LOT more going on than at LA’s Decom.

So break out that Playa finery and meet us today at SF Decompression! It goes on until midnight and there’s more info here.

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