Burning Man is some sort of out-of-this-world festival of everything, for which up to 70 000 friendly campers have gatherered during the last week of August in, as claimed by the organizers, 'the most inhospitable place in the world' (Black Rock desert in Nevada).
It is not just a festival of music, art cars and bicycles, costumes, plastic arts and performing arts. It is not just a gigantic wild party. It is not just a place that hippies, beatniks, steam-punks, nudists, artists, rebels, Silicon Valley billionaires, meditation freaks, lovers, druggies, performers, swingers, young beauties and dreamers fit into.
Burning Man is all of that and is much more than any of that.
It is everything you could imagine and way beyond anything you could ever imagine. More than anything, it is a place where you can be whoever you want to be and do whatever you want to do, as long as you don't harm anybody, follow the Burning Man's Ten Principles - and don't excessively break Nevada's laws!
Seeing videos and photos of Burning Man (including the photos I shot in 2013 and in 2016) may help you getting an idea. But you'll only grab a good feeling if you participate... and your feeling is likely to evolve each time you go!