AfrikaBurn will blow your hair back whichever way you choose to experience it. The more you do, the more fun you’ll have – guaranteed, because it’s a do-ocracy – a place where you’re welcome to start something, make something or do anything (within reason). Forget standing at the sidelines – jump in with both feet and get busy!
There are many ways to participate, and it’s largely an anarchic space in the true sense of the word – nobody’s directing the action and you’re free to do as you please as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone else. The only thing expected of you is that you build something, sing something, dance something, cook something, make something, gift something, share something, play something, or fill almost any role that strikes your fancy – so long as you do something you’re participating.
If you want to get involved, you’ve come to the right place.
For a start there’s a host of volunteer roles that need filling. You can pick your own shifts, and choose what suits you. To get involved in any of these exciting activities, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or see the list below.
If you’re not sure what you want to volunteer for, no problem – you can hop on over to the Volunteer Facebook page, and check out what they’re looking for right now, or get in touch with email@example.com and they’ll help you find your niche.
Once we all get back from the desert and have shaken the dust out of our hair, then it’s time for gather again at our Decompression!
Check out the event info over here on Facebook, and if you’d like to get involved, here are the shifts that are available:
This one’s for those who love our desert enough to want to stay on, and experience it once the crowds have left – and help to make sure we really do leave no trace. If you’re up for sessions working with DPW to do linesweeps, this one’s for you. (come back down the line: we’re done with this year’s LNT support run)