Dragon Burn is 4-days of camping held on beautiful, secluded land in Anji, Zhejiang — an adventure of art, music, interaction, participation and fire.
At most festivals you are the consumer of centrally organised entertainment for the exchange of money and at the expense of trash. Dragon Burn is the ‘unfestival’. All arts installations, music, entertainment, workshops and performances are brought by other participants and on-site, money is banned. The event is organised, built and dismantled by participants. There’re no vendors, no sponsors, no profit.
Since nothing can be bought or sold, all participants must bring their own shelter, food and drink for the duration and embrace the culture of ‘gifting’. You may be surprised to be gifted without reason anything from a free dinner to a free massage lesson and once accustomed to this abundance, you may also feel the will to give without reciprocation.
For many, Dragon Burn is a container for personal growth and new experiences so check out a workshop, installation or a panel discussion. Set an intention beyond just fun and use your Burn as an opportunity to learn about others, the world and yourself. It may be eye-opening or even life-changing.
Find out more about Dragon Burn (including how to contribute) at www.DragonBurn.org
The event will host participant contributions including:
Please note that once tickets have been paid for they are non-refundable but exchangeable with a deadline.
DEADLINE IS APRIL 13TH AND TICKETS ARE NON-EXCHANGEABLE AFTERWARDS.
If you do not have a ticket when you arrive at the site you will not be allowed entry. No tickets are sold on-site.
Children 12 years and under can attend Dragon Burn for free. Any participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Children older than 18 months who are coming by bus will still need a bus ticket.
Buses will leave 8PM Friday, 9AM Saturday morning, 8PM Saturday evening, and 9AM Sunday morning. If you think you may need to come in earlier (to set up an installation for example) then please get in touch with the organisers as soon as possible and we will help you make arrangements. The return buses will run throughout the afternoon on Tuesday 1st of May.
Everyone will still be expected to pay for their own travel to the festival (including artists, volunteers and organisers).
Click HERE to read the ''Survival Guide''