OCT 13: 10th Annual LA Burning Man Decompression Arts and Music Celebration!

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Time to get down at the 10th Annual LA Burning Man Decompression Arts and Music Celebration!

Join me from 2AM-3AM at Charlie the Unicorn’s Silent Disco!

No presales here, tickets will be sold only at the door. No entry after 2AM. Remember, we’re going ’til SUNRISE with the silent disco!

NOTE: No more headphones will be available at the event for the silent disco, so please remember to bring your own headphones + smart phone to the event as part of your party gear 😉

ANOTHER NOTE: Due to the winds, the burning of the Seraphim at 2AM has been canceled.

I’ll be playing at Resurrect LA at midnight that night, then off to Decom. See ya!

10th Annual LA Burning Man Decompression Arts and Music Celebration

Los Angeles State Historical Park
1245 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012


Date: Saturday October 13th through Sunday October 14th, 2012

Time: 1PM to DAWN (yep, we did so well last year that this year we are going till sunrise)

Place: LA State Historical Park: 1245 N. Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Website: http://www.laburningman.com

The Burn: The burn will happen at approximately 2am. Weather and public safety will determine the exact time of lighting.

Ticket Price: Cash at the gate only (no pre-sales). Event remains pumping till sunrise. All Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian

  • $20 1pm-7pm
  • $25 7pm-midnight
  • $30 midnight – 2am (No entry after 2am)
Attire: Creative Attire Encouraged (all children 12 and under are free)
Children: LA Decom is an ALL AGES event. We encourage parents to have a good time with their kids. Please be responsible and aware of children around you. We can all have a safe and fun time together.

Ins and Outs: You may come and go as you need during the day, but after 6pm we can not allow re-entry once you leave. Wristbands will be removed. State Park’s rule. (of course that does not stop you from buying another ticket to get back in)

Parking: We request that everyone park at Union Station. Parking is available in the Gateway Center Garage located under the Patsaouras Transit Plaza. The entrance is on Vignes Street. The daily rate is $6, with a 30-day limit. Payment is accepted using cash and major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, and American Express). The parking garage is patrolled regularly by security officers making it the safest place to park in the area. You can either walk from the train station 5 blocks or ride the Metro Gold Line North ($1.50) from Union Station to the China Town Station, just one stop up the line. The entrance to the event is approximately 100 yards from the China Town Station.

Items Not Allowed In: Per the parks request, security will be searching bags before you can buy your ticket and enter the event. Please do not bring with you Illegal Drugs, Alcohol, Weapons, Explosives, Markers, Spray Paint, and GLOW STICKS (glow sticks are evil). We would also prefer you not bring anything that leaves a lot of MOOP like feather boas.

Pets: Your furry friends are permitted at the event, however they must remain on a leash at all time (state parks law) AND since this is a Leave No Trace event, you must pick up after your pet leaves something from their behind. (or any moop really that your pet leaves behind).

This is a Leave No Trace Event! We encourage Radical Self Reliance, Radical Self Expression, and Radical Inclusivity! We present to LA a Gifting economy that encourages Decommodification! Our Civic Responsibility and Communal Effort nourish active Participation by all attendees! Become a part of the beauty and culture that is LA BM Decompression!

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  • wiwanni on

    Great web page you’ve gotten right here.|

  • Blease Owell on

    BM 2012 changed the way i see life forever, hopefully i can go to the next one.

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