Burning Man Founders Admit The Festival Has Jumped The Shark But That’s Okay
The stories of billionaires flying into Burning Man on private jets with hired sherpas, body guards turning people away from VIP art cars and private glamp camps going for $25K in dues seems to be on everyone’s lips at the annual festival in the desert. While this is not the norm, it’s a reality and it has many asking if Burning Man has jumped the shark. According to Black Rock City manager Harley Dubois Burning Man has jumped the shark, at least in the sense that it is now much different than the way it started and how it’s perceivedBut she says that’s not necessarily a bad thing, ”Change is inevitable. Our world keeps changing and our event is going to keep changing because our world is changing.”
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