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March 15. v.March 17
Friday 10=00AM - 10=00PM
Sunday - EXODUS 9=00AM - 5=00PM Friday 10=00AM - 10=00PM
Need to get back into town? must be acquired before you leave. When the gate is closed, emergency departures require event staff approval and safety team coordination. TICKET (will call) FOOD * WATER * SHELTER
LEGAL ID OR PASSPORT (Driverʼs License or other State ID) Be prepared to sign a waiver at the gate
Car and RV parking in designated areas only (Register RVs in advance). Listen to instructions from Greeters and Parking. Once you arrive, you have 2 hours to either decorate/ disguise your car or move it to parking
There is no on site electricity or water! If you want power, bring a generator. There are showers and ponds on-site , but there is no potable water.
In case of inclement weather, we might not allow your car in the camping areas at all.Rangers are your friends. If you need help or think something is unsafe, talk to a Ranger! If you see something you think is against the 10 principles, let a Ranger know!
ALL REGISTRATIONS MUST HAVE:
A registered lead responsible for them at all times A first aid kit and fire extinguisher on site Passed a general safety inspection by Ranger HQ
Register them at WWW.HOUSTONBURNERS.ORG
GROUP AND THEME CAMPS NTERACTIVE ART SCULPTURES AND OTHER ART GROUP AND THEME CAMPS FIRE AND FLAMING THINGS ART CARS ELECTRIC VEHICLEs SOUND Sound Camps and Generators are monitored by the Sound Marshal
PAGE4>DOs and Donts
21 and up
10 principles Adopt-a-porto. Help keep it clean
I.D. 21+ only Shelter&Food 2 gallons of water per day Vessel (for drinks.
Personal lighting (lamps/headlamps) Clothing for all temperatures Footwear for all temperatures (sandals to boots) Toiletries Trash bags Any prescribed medications cash for ice express yourself - consider bringing these: Costumes Fun lights and decorations Bicycles (fun decorated are the best!) Bubbles Gifts Musical instruments Generators (baffle them, please!)
DOnt NO GROUND FIRES - (all fires must be in a metal container) DOnt bring:
Fireworks Firearms Motorcycles and ATVs DOnt bring:
Fireworks no CHILDREN or PETS No one under the age of 21 will be allowed in. no baby wipes in the portos! these clog things and will make many unhappy hippies No taking photos or posting on socials without consent tresspassers will be reported to local law enforcement
Gate there are lots of ways to participate - but our favorite way is volunteering. There are loads of ways to volunteer at the event, including the amazing teams listed here:
Greeters` The Gate handles all camp, art, fire, electric vehicle, and generator check ins that have been registered before the event. Gate also checks tickets and provides wristbands and waivers.world outside of the gate!
Parking Greeters welcome participants with a wealth of affection and information in the realm of theme camps, activities, land orientation, volunteer sign up, and other knowledge to get you started. Step out of your car and give them a hug! They are ready to welcome you home.
Earth fairies These orange vested heroes will work closely with the rest of the site team to make sure your parking experience is like none else. They help you get around the property, to and from the lot, and off the land. They are also vital in case of emergencies!
Rangers Wuut! There are magical fairies?? These guardians assist your Leave No Trace efforts to protect the land and reorient Matter Out Of Place (MOOP). Donʼt have the MOOP Fairies hunt you down!
Sanctuary Rangers are mobile sources of event information, conflict resolution, and participant assistance. They are NOT police or law enforcement. We encourage you to report incendent to rangers if they arise. Rangers are the eventʼs helping hands. Be nice to them!
Fire Is everything getting to be a little too much? Are you disoriented or in other distress? Fatigued? Sanctuary consists of listener trained volunteers able to navigate challenging emotional psychic states so you get the most out of your experience.go visit them at HQ. Medical is for First Aid ONLY.
Guardians An important part of burning things is to make sure they donʼt burn you or other things unintentionally. The fire team monitors camp fires, the effigy burn, and the other fire effects and performances.
Stationed at key points along the edge of the property, Guardians keep you and the event safe from the big bad world outside of the gate!
Theme camps are a great way to showcase art and bring like minded individuals together.
Let us know what you want to plan to do so you can share it with all your new friends. We definitely want people to experience your camp. Be sure to tell Greeters when you arrive!
We would like to be sure that your art gets a respectable home that makes the event safe and enjoyable for everyone. If you donʼt plan on containing it in your camp footprint, let your Greeters or Rangers know, so they can help you with last minute placement. Donʼt assume a space is empty!
RESPECT YOUR NEIGHBORS If anyone becomes disruptive or threatening in any way, the organizers reserve the right to evict them from the premises.
Grounds for evictions are VERY SERIOUS MATTERS and include:
• Having a gun
• Assault or threatening behavior Trespassing (into the event or neighboring properties)
• Unlicensed animals
• Destruction of property or art
• Taking photos without permission
• Failing to ask consent YOU MUST HAVE CONSENT FROM EVERYONE IN A PHOTO BEFORE TAKING ONE. Photography without consent is an ejectable offense.
PAGE9>>>>Becareful on land he woods can be a dangerous place. Texas is full of furry woodland creatures that may or may not be friendly. These woods are home to a lot more than your urban landscape! Leave them alone and theyʼll leave you alone.
Bugs, poisnivy, mosquitos, snakes
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