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Burning Man Ticket Update + Hitler & Cargo Cult Theme

August 4, 2013

Did you ever think about how good news and bad news depends on your perspective?

That what might be good news for one person or for one species might not be so good for another human or another species?

So with that in mind, Burners every where certainly celebrated the news that on July 23, 2013 BLM  approved Burning Man‘s use permit for FOUR MORE YEARS. (Read all about it) Which means that we can all plan ahead. For the Burning Man organization, they don’t have to spend as much energy on getting approved for next year but focus on the event itself in the years to come instead!

The other news, which also depends on your perspective, is that BLM has approved an increase in the population of Black Rock City to a whopping 68,000 people.

While that doesn’t mean that there will be 68,000 people out there the whole time, it does allow  Burning Man to release more tickets this year:

Instead of only selling 1000 OMG tickets next week, they will be offering 4000 tickets at $380 a piece.

And it will be easier to get your tickets because pre-registration by making your Burner profile has been extended until TOMORROW MONDAY AUGUST 5 (so do it NOW

First come, first served fully transferable tickets, limited to two (2) per person, starts Weds. August 7, 2013 at 12pm (noon) PDT. Tickets are Will Call.

Oh and the theme, if you haven’t heard yet, is Cargo Cult. Posts coming up about BICYCLES at Burning Man and what to wear to a Cargo Cult Party!

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