Join BurnT --- Toronto's Burning Man Community --- for our annual Decompression celebration!
Enjoy an unconventional evening of DJs, interactive and visual art installations, costumes, fire and live performances, Burning Man storytelling, diverse music, dance and chill out spaces, art cars and much more!
Arrive early starting at 2pm if you'd like to participate in free workshops.
Workshop Schedule: http://burnon.ca/toronto/decomp-workshop-schedule-2011
Performance Schedule: http://burnon.ca/toronto/decomp-performance-schedule-2011
$20 advance, $25 at the door (until 1am)
Optional donation towards art grants available with ticket purchase.
Store locations: Sideshow Cafe, Shanti Baba and Fairies Pyjamas all have tickets!
While participation is optional, it is *strongly* encouraged. Costumes, potluckables, gifts, fireplay, performances, art pieces, workshops, free hugs and other things you contribute will enhance your experience and add to this collaborative event. Be as creative as possible!
If you'd like to participate or volunteer in any way, please fill in the form at http://burnon.ca/toronto/volunteer-for-toronto-decompression-2010
The Queen Streetcar runs all night and there is plenty of parking around the area.
Please come dressed in "Playawear" (a.k.a. wear something wacky, colourful, sexy, furry, glowing, etc.) and bring:
1. Government issued photo ID showing you are 19+
2. A non-perishable food item or a Toonie ($2) to donate to the Daily Bread Food Bank.
** Please Note: First entry admission and alcoholic beverage sales will close at 1am. No outside alcohol allowed. Drinks sold at our specially negotiated and *affordable* rate go towards making this event possible, so please support us! **
Our party is your party, so become involved and pARTicipate!
If you'd like more information about Burning Man visit http://www.burningman.com or http://www.burnon.ca/
See you there!
Tickets are non-refundable but can be gifted or sold at face value to others wishing to attend the event.
While pARTicipation is optional, it is also strongly encouraged, and will only serve to enhance your experience. This is not a spectator event. Do more always.
Attend at your own risk. Be safe, but not too safe. You WILL have fun!