It is also helpful to go to many of the Burning Man related events that are held throughout the United States and announced weekly on various lists. If you bought a ticket you through Burning Man you should be on the Burning Man announce-list that disseminates community events. It is also highly advisable to pick one or more of the efforts that helps create the Burning Man event and volunteer. It is a great way to get involved, get to know people and help the event succeed.
Well that is certainly debatable Mary. But I was at the first Burning Man on Baker Beach and subsequent others that have followed for the past twenty some years. Casey, my advice to anyone who is planning on going to Burning Man for the first time is to go to http://www.burningman.com and read the First Timer's Guide at the top of the page. Burning Man is not for the faint of art. If you go unprepared, you will regret it. If you prepare properly and leave your expectations in the default world, you will have the time of your life.
Let me know what other comments or questions you have.
Well, I'm hoping Freddy will be along soon. He knows all.
Thinking of going for the first time this year. A group of my friends have already got their tickets. Any suggestions?