Come join us for 4 days outside Willcox, AZ with large scale art, music, performance art, and interactive participation. The AZBurners are an interactive group of artists, performers, musicians and participants of the Burning Man event that takes place in the Black Rock Desert, Nevada.
Arizona Decompression is an event created by the AZBurners Regional Community to bring the culture of Burning Man and Black Rock City to our region. We expect each attendee to participate in the event in some way. Participation and creative interaction is a core value of our culture. Create, participate, no spectators! Respect for alternative lifestyles and cultures is required.
Create, Participate, No Spectators
There is no water or power on this property. We will have Porta-Potties available for your use. You must bring everything you need to survive for four days in a hostile desert environment, then pack it all out with you when it is over. There is no garbage collection or receptacles, you must haul it out and dispose of it properly. Create, participate, pack it in-pack it out, leave no trace!
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– Arizona Decompression practices a gift economy
– No vending, advertising or commercial activity allowed
– The offering of any items or services for sale is prohibited!
— Propane fires only, there will be a communal bonfire!
***Tickets will NOT be available at the Gate***
Please DO NOT show up without purchasing a Ticket you will not be allowed entry to the event.
WILL CALL LIST GOES FINAL SUNDAY OCTOBER 7TH – 6:00P – NO NAME CHANGES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE
** Tickets are Will Call Only!!!!** Even though the Ticketing system states you can get an E-Ticket – ALL Tickets are Will Call Only **
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