AfrikaBurn: The event
In 1986, some dude called Larry and his mate Jerry set fire to a wooden figure on a beach in San Francisco … Many years later, here we are in South Africa with AfrikaBurn, one of the largest regional Burning Man events outside of the USA.
AfrikaBurn takes place at Quaggafontein in the Tankwa Karoo, which is located in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The event is a blank canvas on which participants project any creative endeavour that they desire to create, ranging from large-scale burning sculptures to small performances, and any kind of service that participants see fit to give or “gift” to the community. The spectacular result is the manifestation of a weeklong interdisciplinary cultural event that includes art, costume, performance, theme camps, music, mutant vehicles and so much more.
AfrikaBurn’s aim is to invent the world anew and gift its participants a space for creative expression, play, and be radically inclusive and accessible. The touchstone of value in our culture will always be immediacy: experience before theory, moral relationships before politics, survival before services, roles before jobs, ritual before symbolism, work before vested interest, participant support before sponsorship.
For all information regarding tickets to AfrikaBurn 2022, please visit the AfrikaBurn Ticketing website: https://tickets.afrikaburn.com/
COVID-19 REFUND POLICY
By purchasing this ticket, you agree to AfrikaBurn’s limited refund policy.
A ticket purchased to attend and participate at AfrikaBurn is non-refundable:
- if the event is terminated or cancelled due to harsh weather, acts of nature, government directions and/or regulations, or as a result of any other circumstance, including circumstances that are beyond AfrikaBurn’s control (force majeure).
- if you are unable to attend and participate at AfrikaBurn for any reason whatsoever, including but not limited to any reason related to COVID-19.
Notwithstanding the above, AfrikaBurn will provide a partial refund if AfrikaBurn is cancelled due to government directions and/or regulations promulgated as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
If AfrikaBurn is cancelled as a result of government directions and/or regulations promulgated as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the following partial refunds will apply in respect of the General Sale portion of the purchase price paid for the ticket:
- cancellation prior to 1 January 2022 – 95% refund less administration charges
- cancellation prior to 1 February 2022 – 75% refund less administration charges
- cancellation prior to 1 March 2022 – 25% refund less administration charges
- cancellation after 1 March: no refund
The ticket is a revocable license to attend AfrikaBurn that may be revoked by AfrikaBurn for any reason, at any time. A revoked licence will not result in any refund whatsoever.
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