Hello Pyropolites, Flipizens, however you fashion yourselves! What makes Burning Flipside? Why, YOU do, of course! And HOW might you do that? Pick from the following! (Pick them all!)
THEME CAMPS: Registration is OPEN! What’s this “theme camp” you speak of? Theme Camps are part of what makes a burn a Burn! They provide the unique setting where we all get to play! Learn more at https://www.burningflipside.com/event/theme-camps. Got your theme camp already planned? Get it on the map and don’t be stuck in the Badlands! Log in to and register your awesome theme camp at secure.burningflipside.com/register and follow the trail (or find the link on the Theme Camp page above). Deadline April 18th, but the sooner you do it, the more time your placement team has to work out the details!
ART: Registration is ALSO OPEN! What is art? Go to a Combustion Chamber meeting for that perennial conversation. Got art you want on the map for Burning Flipside? Log in to and register your awesome art at secure.burningflipside.com/register and follow the trail. Deadline April 18th. You can pre-register your Art Car(t) too!
VOLUNTEERS make it go! What else makes Burning Flipside Burning Flipside?YOU! This place won’t run itself. It runs on participation, and that includes everything that marks the event go (set up, break down, and feet on the ground!), makes it more comfortable (portos and ice!), and provides needed info and support (safety teams! greeters! etc!)Learn more about volunteer opportunities and link to the sign up forms at https://www.burningflipside.com/volunteer.
COMMUNITY! By now you may have heard. Austin is in Stage 2 as far as this damn-pemic goes. What does that mean? It means Lloyd the Warehouse, the hub of our year-round community, is OPEN and Church Night has resumed. Come out on Wednesday evening to schmooze, plan, play, and enjoy each other’s company. Someone is usually there by 7 to open the building. Most activity takes place outside. Be prepared to wear your mask when inside the building, and as always, consent is important. Be respectful of each other’s space, and ask before you go in for that hug (and wait for the answer).
As always, love ya, mean it, and see you out there on the pecan playa!
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