Burning Man has gone all virtual in 2021.
There are six virtual worlds and numerous additional events. Nearly all of them are free.
You can explore all the offerings and register for them by going to https://virtualburn.burningman.org/booth/
The Floating Fringe will be camping in the Sparkleverse which will open to the public on August 29. You can register for Sparkleverse here.
We’ll see you there.
Oh, one more thing. If you’d like to be a participant rather than merely come as a tourist, we invite you to join us. We can use greeters, story tellers, performers, teachers, party people and meditation leaders. We welcome you to join our camp and get unlimited access for the entire 2 weeks from 22 August to 6 September, 2021. Just request a Participant Pass.
Note 1: The Floating Fringe is not associated with or endorsed by the Edinburgh Festival Fringe or any other Fringe events. We are not endorsed by Burning Man either. Many videos and stills from urNowhere are used with permission. Photo Credit: The picture of the Edinburgh High Street is licensed under creative commons cc-by-sa/2.0 – Fringe Festival, High Street by M J Richardson – geograph.org.uk/p/4116588
What is the relationship between the Floating Fringe and Burning Man? Have you heard of Burning Man? If not, this is a good time to check it out. Through 2019, physical Burns take place in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. They attract 70,000 people and it is hard to get into because general admission tickets… Continue reading Burning Man and the Floating Fringe
Dave Cohen, long-time Fringe Performer and author of the book “How to be Averagely Successful in Comedy” talks with Floating Fringe founder Brooke Allen about what motivates people to work so hard to bring a performance to the Edinburgh Fringe. Watch the interview on Youtube.
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