In case you did not get tickets to this year’s Burning Man in the Black Rock Desert of Northern Nevada, have no fear un-ticketed burner, there are other opportunities to experience the “burn” around the world.  Here is a list of Frost Burning Manseven Burning Man’s you probably did not know existed.

  1. KiwiBurn held in Hunterville, New Zealand in late January.
  2. FrostBurn held in Masontown, WV in mid-February
  3. AfrikaBurn near Tankwa Karoo National park, South Africa in late April
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  5. Playa del Fuego over Memorial Day and Columbus Day weekends in Odessa, DE
  6. MidBurn in mid June in the Negev Desert, Israel
  7. To the Moon also in mid June in Sneedville, TN
  8. Nowhere held in early July in Castejon de Monegros, Spain

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