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Burning Man 2010: Listen to BMIR from your camp on the Playa or from your couch

August 31, 2010

When I pulled into Wadsworth, Nevada Labor Day weekend 1992 to get gas on my way to my first experience at Burning Man, did I see signs for BMIR directing me to a certain frequency to hear a radio signal from Burning Man? Or was it on my way to my next Burn in 1995?

Finding flyers and posters for BMIR and other pirate radio stations beckoned me further and key indicated that I was getting close to “home” at Black Rock City. Back in the 90s there was an explosion of pirate radio stations all over the dial.

Now you too can listen to radio from Burning Man. Simply click to BMIR and you, like me, can listen to BMIR from the comfort of your couch.

If you can stand it. Listening to BMIR right now is just making me want to start throwing caution ot the wind and everything I need into the van and hitting the road.

Up next: more photos by Jennifer V Baum from her pre-Burning Man jaunt out to the Playa.

And then photos from last month’s ArtRide as we gear up for “All the Freaky People” Friday Sept. 3 for all those “Burners Out of Water.”

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