Burning Man Officially Cancels 2020 Iteration

Burning Man has been added to the ever growing list of canned events throughout the 2020 summer. This cancelation marks the first time in the organisations history to cancel the annual event.

Initially set to take place August 30th to September 7th, Burning Man was at the tail end of the estimated virus period, yet the decision has been made to skip 2020 and hopefully be bad up and running in 2021.

After much listening, discussion, and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision not to build Black Rock City in 2020. Given the painful reality of COVID-19, one of the greatest global challenges of our lifetimes, we believe this is the right thing to do. Yes, we are heartbroken. We know you are too. In 2020 we need human connection and Immediacy more than ever. But public health and the well-being of our participants, staff, and neighbors in Nevada are our highest priorities.

Read the complete statement here

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