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Saguaro Man 2020

October 14-18 | Cochise County, Arizona

Photo by Kevin Price (@TripodCam).

Quick links: Tickets | Volunteering | Form Central | Directions & Event Map | WWWW

COVID update (4/2/2020):

Saguaro Man will be October 14-18, 2020 on our new land in Cochise County. Dates are subject to change based on official guidance around our ongoing public health crisis. Assuming we’re a go, this will be a full Saguaro Man experience. This will not be AZ Decompression. We’re aiming for 800 participants, big art, and bigger shenanigans – as long as public health officials deem it safe.

Saguaro Man is an annual collaborative celebration of large scale art, music, performance art, and interactive participation. This event is created by AZ Burners for AZ Burners to bring the culture of Burning Man and Black Rock City to the great state of Arizona. 

We’re excited for you to join us! Before you head out to Saguaro Man, please familiarize yourself with the 10 Principles and Code of Conduct.

10 Principles.

Don’t come to Saguaro Man until you read the 10 Principles. Seriously. You won’t get past gate (or survive the event) unless you know these. See the 10 Principles.

Consent and Code of Conduct.

We’re going to have a blast but we expect you to behave as a human. We take consent very seriously. Yes means yes. Anything else means no. Read the code of conduct.

Get Saguaro Man Tickets.

Saguaro Man is sold out but tickets may be available at face value from your fellow Burners. Learn how to buy, sell, or transfer tickets.

Volunteer at Saguaro Man.

Saguaro Man runs on volunteers … but you can’t sign up for shifts without an AZ Burners profile. Here’s how to get involved!

Register Your Thing.

Suggest a name for our NEW land. Submit your event to the WWWW. Register your camp or art car. Enter the sticker design contest.

Our theme for 2020 is Dream Within a Dream. In the threshold of consciousness, is all of life an illusion, or is it what we experience as reality yet another dream we can wake from? What can our sleep dreams tell us about reality? What are your waking dreams and aspirations and how do they fit within the collective dream of the larger culture?

Yet if hope has flown away
In a night, or in a day,
In a vision or in none,
Is it therefore the less gone?
All that we see or seem
Is but a dream within a dream

Edgar Allan Poe