What to Pack for Burning Man: A Comprehensive List

Is it too early to think about packing for Burning Man? Never!

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What Should I Pack for Burning Man?

If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I’m more than a little excited about Burning Man. Like, really excited. Burning Man is an indescribable experience, and I’m lucky enough to be able to attend once again this year (!!!). I can’t wait to go home, and I’m already thinking up how to best prepare for it.

Last year, I had readers message me about what they should pack for the Burn, and it made me want to put together a reliable Burning Man packing list this year (you can find it here: Burning Man Packing List). But Burning Man happens at the end of August and it’s only March, you say? Well, you should start preparing now, especially if it’s your first time, because:

* You’ll have to invest in some equipment that is specifically Playa-only, since it will get dusty and never become completely…

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2 comments on “What to Pack for Burning Man: A Comprehensive List

  1. I’d add a few more items:

    – Foot powder and foot cream (Gold Bond)
    – Big pack of tube socks (not to be worn with Tevas) [bartering/gifting]
    – Extra batteries (can be used to barter with, as can tube socks)
    – Extra toilet paper, again be used to barter/gift.
    – Pepto Bismol in caplets only because the liquid makes you puke.
    – Imodium, in case you get the runs
    – Soft leather work gloves, an absolute must
    – Iodine for those little cuts you get all on your hands, to avoid staph.
    – Big box of band aids, among other first aid items
    – Extra underwear, Hanes long leg whities to avoid thigh chafing (barter also)
    – Cigarettes, even if you don’t smoke (barter/gift)
    – Plenty of lighters or matches, by the end of the week these are pure gold
    – Extra painkillers – Aleve, my preference
    – Cash, because you never know.

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