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Boats and music festivals are probably not a combination you ever thought you would see. However, we live in a new age where anything is possible. And the merger of both worlds has been accomplished as just recently, two anonymous owners renovated a 184-foot yacht to resemble, Burning Man.  Named "Galaxy," 2005 Benetti superyacht is without a doubt one of a

After a long two year break from the festival Burning Man, festival-goers are eager and excited to get their hands on tickets to this year edition taking place from 28 August till 5 September in Black Rock Desert, Nevada. Thankfully the organisation behind the festival The Burning Man Project, has recently released the details behind the highly anticipated ticket sale. The ticket sale will

Although Burning Man is an extremely popular yearly event which sees people traverse from all over the world to the temporary city, it seems as though the organization does not have enough money to stay afloat for the rest of the year until tickets for 2022 go on sale in January. To save themselves, the Burning Man Project is selling NFTs

After the cancellation of this year's Burning Man, some thought that this would be it for this year. However, this might not be an impediment for the usual fans of the iconic event, who are planning to attend this weekend to the Burning Man site for an unofficial celebration. According to the Bureau of Land Management, the organisation that looks after

The iconic Nevada desert gathering, Burning Man has changed the title of its 2021 theme due to the previous one's colonial history of the phrase. The previously announced theme ‘Terra Incognita‘ is a Latin term which translates to "unknown land". It was commonly used in cartography during the 15th century to describe regions that haven't been mapped or documented. European colonizers also used

The American festival Burning Man set to take place this year from August 29th - September 6th 2021, has just presented their official theme called 'Terra Incognita'. Although due the current pandemic, the celebration of the event (as all of the other big live events in the world) is still uncertain, the organisers are already working towards it, after the cancellation

Burning Man's new documentary 'Art On Fire' is now available to watch on multiple platforms. 'Art On Fire' is a new 90-minute documentary brought to us by BAFTA-winning director Gerry Fox that takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes look at artists and their seemingly over-the-top installations featured at the iconic Burning Man festival.  The film follows artists responsible for the magnificent layout

Burning Man has organised a crowdfunding campaign in hopes to save the fate of future Burning Man festivals. The iconic desert festival held in Black Rock City, in a small secluded area of Nevada, has like many other festivals announced that they will not be holding the festival this year, which usually takes place late August into early September. The festival

Unarguably one of the weirdest times for the music industry right now due to COVID-19, it feels like no one can truly be excited about any upcoming events due to the uncertainty that is lingering in the air right now like a thick fog. With events from March-early May pretty much guaranteed to not be happening, the cancelation anticipation has

Burning Man has revealed plans for the Multiverse Man Base structure set to feature at this year’s edition, further adding to the festival’s already-prestigious reputation for their enthralling structures that encapsulate fans every year.  Every year, the beloved tradition of watching the Man burn at Black Rock City, manifesting the festival’s week-long end, proves to be a sight to behold for

One thing to know about Burning Man is that it is not a festival, but rather a temporary city. Heavily focusing on the theme of self-expression through artistic art pieces and art cars (with DJs like Flume and Carl Cox regularly appearing), the Black Rock Desert plays host to this city for nine days of the year in August and September and after it, it's like it

Grammy-award winning Australien producer and DJ Flume landed a couple of headlines this year, especially for his Burning Man performance, his recently released, Grammy-nominated mixtape 'Hi This Is Flume' and recently sliding into Rihanna's inbox suggesting a collaboration between him and the Barbadian pop-star. In an interview with Billboard, Flume now announced that he's working on a new album for 2020

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