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eCompression is Coming!

Posted by on 4th June 2020

Step through the screen and get ready to dive into the digital dust – because come July 4th, we’re gathering again – this time, for an eCompression!More »

Refund Update

Posted by on 28th May 2020

On April 1st, we provided an announcement on ticket refunds – and we now have a follow-up update for you. To find out more, click on. More »

The Dignity Project – Stepping Up And Rolling Out

Posted by on 28th May 2020

Since the lockdown slammed into us all at full speed back in March – and grounding all plans for any 2020 event in the desert – members of our team have been involved in realigning our energies and focus. And …More »

HomeBurn – An Online Gathering

Posted by on 23rd April 2020

This year, we won’t be gathering in Tankwa Town, as a result of Covid-19 and lockdown regulations – but that doesn’t mean that we can’t connect and express our culture. Citizens of Tankwa Town, we present HomeBurn! What? HomeBurn will …More »

Burners on the COVID-19 Frontline: a report from Kevin Rack

Posted by on 22nd April 2020

  “We are built for this, for we are Burners.” As we get deeper into the new COVID-19 reality, it’s no surprise to me to see familiar faces from the Binnekring on the COVID-19 frontline. Currently, a thin line of …More »

Radical Isolation: What AfrikaBurn can teach us about thriving in a Pandemic

Posted by on 17th April 2020

Words: Devin B. Faris/ Photos: Phoebe Batchelor   Tickets bought. Flights booked. A brilliant crew assembled, a fantastic theme camp joined. Group planning for supplies, gifts, costumes, creative projects and camping setup well under way. Early March 2020, and we …More »

The Dignity Project – Bringing The Burn Alive

Posted by on 15th April 2020

The Dignity Project is doing really great work out there, right now, where it’s needed most. And what do you call that? We call that damn fine humans, is what.More »

Cancellation & Refunds – What Now?

Posted by on 1st April 2020

Nobody could have predicted that we would all come to face the many challenges that are now a reality for us all – and nobody, our team included, would willingly have wanted to see our 2020 event not take place. …More »

Fighting Fear By Giving Love

Posted by on 1st April 2020

Words: Shannon Smith / Photos: Joanie Fredericks   Since the Covid-19 lockdown was announced, it’s taken a little time for the various levels of the impact of the situation to really hit home. Our first reaction was to contemplate what …More »

AfrikaBurn 2020 Cancellation Statement

Posted by on 13th March 2020

  They say only love can break your heart, so it’s with total heartbreak that we are confirming that the event that we all love so much is cancelled for this year.  Like the R355, the road our team has …More »

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