You’re off to great places
Today is your day!
Your mountain is waiting!
So get on your way…
The people of Burning Man deliver a reading of Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go –sharing the book’s simple, yet comforting and powerful message about the ups and downs of life.
Burning Man is a week long event that takes place in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. It started as a bonfire summer solstice tradition in Baker Beach, but soon became a huge pop culture phenomena. The last Burning Man Festival drew in over 56,000 people. Each of whom paid a $240-420 entrance fee. 68,000 passes have been sold for this year’s Burning Man, each priced at $380.
The event starts on the last Monday of August and ends on the first Monday of September. The man-shaped effigy (which gave the event its name) is always scheduled to be burnt on a Saturday.