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The VICE Guide to Right Now

Government to Burning Man Ravers: Please Poop in Bags Now

The Bureau of Land Management has suggested Burners use more "pee bottles" and "poop bags" this year.
River Donaghey
7.20.18
Internet Exploring

Did Internet Trolls Finally Ruin the Burning Man Facebook Page for Good?

The annual Nevada festival has not created a Facebook event page in two years after mercilessly being bombarded with shitposting.
Dan Ozzi
7.13.18
Documentary

Burning Man Made Me Identify as a Unicorn and Start a Sex Cult

Watch our documentary about Shaft and his hedonistic, polyamorous band of "unicorns".
VICE Staff
10.9.17
Noisey News

A Man Has Died After Running Into the Burning Man Fire Ceremony

A 41-year-old man broke through a security perimeter and evaded officials before running into the towering fire.​
Noisey Staff
9.4.17
THE LOOKING GLASS ISSUE

Seventy-Two Hours at the Hasidic Burning Man

Redeem your soul, stock up on groceries, or simply dance, dance, dance to the ecstatic music proclaiming God's—and Rebbe Nachman's—eternal greatness.
Ross Ufberg
4.3.17
Art

This Flaming Insect Sculpture is a Marvel in Engineering

'Le Attrata' by Oakland collective Therm overwhelms every sense at once.
J.H. Fearless
10.29.16
Features

Meet the Renegade British DJ Crew Who Helped Bring Rave Culture to America's West Coast

From Burning Man’s first sound camp to LSD-fueled God delusions, Wicked looks back on their 25 years of hard partying.
David Garber
10.19.16
Art

A Surreal Paper Dress for Susan Sarandon

Burning Man artists Michael Garlington and Natalia Bertotti make strange new worlds out of the simplest materials available.
J.H. Fearless
10.15.16
the vice reader

The Future of Sex Is Orgy Domes

We spoke to Emily Witt about her brilliant new book 'Future Sex', which takes on cultural myths around sexuality and sexual experimentation with a serious, radical eye.
Hermione Hoby
10.12.16
Features

A History of the Laser in Dance Music

From disco parties in the 70s to Daft Punk's carnival-of-lights show at Coachella 2006, here's how lasers became a big part of what defines a rave.
Michaelangelo Matos
10.10.16
Features

Can Doing Yoga at Music Festivals Change How We Think About Partying?

From hippie havens like Burning Man to deep-house pumping nightclubs in Brooklyn, downward dogs have opened up a whole new era of the dancefloor.
David Garber
9.30.16
video

Burning Man, Brazilian Homages to Hip-Hop, and Big Data Roses | Culture Beat Episode 3

We head to the Black Rock Desert in Nevada, campsite home of the legendary Burning Man festival.
The Creators Project
9.22.16
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