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Best of BURNING MAN 2022


After a two-year hiatus due to COVID, Burning Man is back. On August 28, 2022, nearly 80,000 participants traveled to Black Rock City (near Reno) to build a extravaganza wonderland with incredible artwork, phenomenal costumes, and magic dust. It's a harsh desert and no grid unless your bring your own. That's when our solar lights come in real handy. These folks above had their multicolored SolarPuffs to light the nightly adventures


This year the theme is Waking Dreams and sought to explore the “transformative power of dreams, both literal and figurative, and celebrate the dreamers who channel this potent energy in eye-opening, often surrealistic, sometimes life-changing ways.”


It's an experiment in building a temporal city devoted to art / having a blast for a week in one of the deadliest natural places (a dry lake bed that is almost 200 miles north east of Reno, NV...the middle of nowhere).


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 There's everything...but there's also nothing. The only things you can buy there are ice (so food doesn't go bad in coolers) and coffee/tea at center camp (a long tradition and the money goes to charity). There's no water out there. No food courts. Every camp  needs a SolarPuff / person has to bring everything that they need to survive and thrive. 

Make sure. you bring plenty of water and a good hat. There's dust flying everywhere so a hanky or turbin is good to save you from dust in all the nooks. and crannies. 




You can bring your own tent or RV, food and supplies for a gutter or glamping adventure. Make sure you bring your QWNN solar lamp and powerbank to charge your phone and have light as. you walk around at night.

You can use the Twilights to put around your site to find it at night.


Some Tips and Observations:

Prepare for the extravagant and incredible ART and ARCHITECTURE that takes months to build and prepare only to disappear into the dust again once Burning Man ends.  

Overall everyone should go at least once in their lifetime. It's like nothing you've seen before, except in dreams. 


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