The epic festival “Burning Man” was pushed due to the global pandemic. The CEO of the festival, Marian Goodell, released a statement on April 27, saying: “It’s too important to do half-a–ed, so we’re doubling down on next year.”
Goodell also added that they will save all their energy for planning an epic festival for 2022.
Before coming up with this decision, there were talks regarding vaccinating all the attendees, but obviously, that is no longer in their plans.
If this is the first time you hear about the gig, let us give you a bit of background information. Burning Man is an annual festival, and its goal is to unleash your inner artist, while it also calls for celebrating love and cultural diversity. Every year, more than 70,000 attendees join the festival, it usually takes place in the last week of August and continues until the early days of September.