Burning Man is throwing an official Pre-Burning Man event on Saturday June 30 in the city. No word yet on who the DJs are or what the performances will be, organizing stuff like that’s a bit too hard, but you should come ready to pollinate. The event is a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls of the Tenderloin.
8pm – 4am, Saturday June 30
At The Factory
525 Harrison St, San Francisco
(between 1st and 2nd St)
Parking nearby at 2nd St between Harrison & Bryant
$20; just $15 before 9pm or w/donation of Art Supplies
3 performance areas and multiple rooms of art, info and theme camps! Come for The New-Bee Happy Hour & Cross-pollinator Mix-a-thon from 8-9pm Stay late and don’t miss a thingy!
ART . MUSIC . PERFORMANCE . THEME CAMPS . UNEXPECTABLES . YOU!
Participate in The Pollination Factory of Abundant Life and BUZZ-arre Experience! The garden will be abloom with cultural treasures and gilded petals at our annual Precompression celebration! As our culture floats to new frontiers like pollen on the winds of change, fragrant blooms and bursts of color will brighten the night sky. Embrace the immediacy and machinations of this moment in the company of enchanted flowers, brave hummingbirds, exotic insects and fluttering bees abuzz with the honey-dewed nectar of imagination!
Arrive promptly at 8pm for a special New-Bee cross-pollination mixer! Come festooned to participate in our Fertility 2.0 Fashion Show for cultural cross-pollinators, cross-dressers, floral hybrids, and honey bees! Dress your fertile best and join a stunning variety of performers, artists, theme camps, DJs, and new friends in this special pollination edition of Precompression!
To perform, bring art, theme camp, video/imagery, email:firstname.lastname@example.org now!
To volunteer: SEvolunteers@burningman.com
* Bring generous art supplies for the Boys & Girls Club of SF, Tenderloin Clubhouse, and get a $5 discount on entry. They need: drawing paper, acrylic paints, brushes, scissors, markers, fun stickers, yarn, crochet hooks & knitting needles, masking/duct tape, simple digital cameras, and craft items.
Not needed: crayons, glue, glitter. (They’ve stocked up on glitter. Gotta love that!)