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Burning Man 2016 Ticket Information

Postby trilobyte » Wed Feb 03, 2016 6:01 pm

Hey there, dust lovers. Thank you so much for waiting patiently. Info about 2016 registration and ticket sales is now available at tickets.burningman.org. Here’s an explanation of what’s staying the same and what’s changing:

For the 2016 event, the price of regular tickets (including both Main Sale and Directed Group Sale tickets, which are sold to key BRC infrastructure creators) is the same as it was last year, $390 per ticket. The price of the approximately 6,000 discounted tickets we sell through the Low Income Ticket Program and to some honorarium art crews and staff members will also be the same as last year, $190.

But here’s the thing. Expenses related to producing Black Rock City increase every year. (You can see a detailed breakdown of those costs on this nifty pie chart as well as on our Form 990 and Annual Report.) We have to cover the incremental increase, but we can’t sell more tickets (according to our current permit with the Bureau of Land Management), and we don’t want to raise the cost of our lower- and mid-priced tickets.

Keeping prices stable for most participants is especially important this year in light of the Live Entertainment Tax. We haven’t yet received a response from the Nevada Department of Taxation to our inquiry. We had hoped to resolve this matter before selling tickets so that participants would not have to pay the tax, but the state is taking longer than we expected to issue an opinion. Unfortunately, this means we will have to collect the tax at the time of purchase, as per the law. At 9% a pop, this amounts to an additional $34 for each $390 ticket (if the tax is found not to apply after ticket sales commence, we will issue a refund for the 9% collected).

Given all this, we came up with a solution for this year that will let us cover our costs while keeping ticket prices as stable as possible.

Leonardo da Vinci Art Tickets

In light of this year’s art theme and our new conversation about patronage, we’re introducing a small tier of 1,000 tickets at $1,200 for those who are willing and able to offer support this way. The $1,200 tickets will be called ‘Leonardo da Vinci Art Tickets,’ inspired by the patrons of the Italian Renaissance who befriended, supported, and celebrated artists. These are regular Burning Man tickets without any additional privileges or access beyond those afforded to $390 ticket buyers (e.g. entry to Black Rock City). You can’t pay more to get a ticket with any extra perks in BRC.

Five hundred of the $1,200 tickets will be offered alongside the Pre-Sale tickets to those that register for that sale. Another 500 will be offered through a link in your Burner Profile. We’re also increasing the price of the Pre-Sale tickets from $800 to $990. The revenue from these ticket sales will let us keep prices the same for everyone else. The 1,000 tickets sold at $1,200 each will raise $1.2 million. So what does Burning Man do with $1.2 million? Last year we issued $1.2 million in grants directly to artists through Black Rock City Honoraria. Add to that an additional $1.8 million in support services, and the 2015 BRC art budget topped $3 million. Again, you can learn all about Burning Man’s budget and expenses in our Form 990 and Annual Report.

So What’s the Ticket Breakdown by Price?

Below are the estimated allotments for each of the sales. Exact allotments on the day of the sale may vary slightly depending on factors including organizational and community needs, but the slices of the pie look like this:

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What About Vehicle Passes?

Vehicle passes, which will cost $80 in 2016 (and are not subject to the Live Entertainment Tax), are designed to encourage carpooling and reduce the number of individual vehicles traveling to and from Black Rock City. They are often a shared expense amongst friends and campmates. The good news? It seems to be working. According to the Black Rock City Census, in 2014 12.8% of participants arrived at the event alone in a vehicle. In 2015, that number fell to 10%. But to adequately address Black Rock City’s traffic challenge, we need to do better. Of course, carpooling is just part of the solution. We’re working on other initiatives as well, and we encourage you to think creatively about how to take on this challenge.

Let’s Do This

That’s all for now. Thanks again for your patience while we finalized our 2016 ticketing structure, and as we continue to challenge the Live Entertainment Tax. With that, it’s time to begin dreaming and planning for our best Black Rock City yet!

Specific info about 2016 registration and ticket sales is now available at tickets.burningman.org.

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Re: Burning Man 2016 Ticket Information

Postby trilobyte » Wed Feb 03, 2016 6:53 pm

Dates, Dates, Dates!!!
(all times are noon PST/PDT)

Pre-Sale
  • Wednesday, February 10 - Pre-Sale ($990 & $1,200) registration opens
  • Friday, February 12 - Pre-Sale ($990 & $1,200) registration closes
  • Wednesday, February 17 - Pre-Sale ($990 & $1,200) SALE starts
Directed Group Sale (invitation only)
  • Thursday, February 25 - Directed Group Sale form opens
  • Friday, March 4 - Direct Group Sale form closes
  • Wednesday, March 9 - Directed Group Sale ($390) SALE starts
Main Sale
  • Wednesday, March 16 - Main Sale ($390) registration opens
  • Friday, March 18 - Main Sale ($390) registration closes
  • Wednesday, March 23 - Main Sale ($390) SALE starts
Low Income Ticket Program
  • Wednesday, March 2 - Income Ticket Program application opens
STEP (Secure Ticket Exchange Program)
  • Wednesday, April 13 - STEP opens to participants submitting $390 tickets & vehicle passes
  • Wednesday, April 27 - STEP opens to participants wanting to purchase $390 tickets & vehicle passes
  • Sunday, July 17 - STEP closes to sellers
  • Friday, July 22 - STEP closes to buyers
OMG Sale
  • Wednesday, July 27 - OMG Sale ($390) registration opens
  • Friday, July 29 - OMG Sale ($390) registration closes
  • Wednesday, August 3 - OMG Sale ($390) SALE starts

Other Important Dates
  • Wednesday, May 25 - Last day to request delivery/shipping changes
  • Mid-June Ticket order delivery begins

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Postby trilobyte » Wed Feb 03, 2016 7:15 pm

Kids' Tickets
Kids and families have been part of Burning Man since 1986 on Baker Beach. Kids 12 and under still get in for free with their ticketed parents or guardians. For the first time this year, kids 12 years old and younger will need their own special no-cost kids ticket. If you’re bringing your children you will need to request their free ticket through a form which will be open in June, details to come.

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Re: Burning Man 2016 Ticket Information

Postby maladroit » Wed Feb 03, 2016 7:21 pm

These "Announcement" posts don't show up in the Active Topics section below the subforum. For example I like to click on "The 2016 Event" to see what's going on, this announcement is invisible until I drill down through "Board index ‹ ePlaya :: Burning Man for the other 51 weeks ‹ The 2016 Event ‹ Tickets ‹ Tickets Discussion"

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Postby trilobyte » Wed Feb 03, 2016 8:39 pm

Thanks for pointing that out, though they still display properly as an annnouncement on the ticket board and it shows properly on the index page when it's the most recent post in that section. I'll nudge it down to a stickytopic for now.

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Re: Burning Man 2016 Ticket Information

Postby soona » Wed Feb 03, 2016 11:39 pm

Can purchasers of the da Vinci tickets take a tax deduction for some or all of the price?

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Postby trilobyte » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:26 am

Check the FAQ on the ticket support site (link in my signature), and check with the ticket support folks if you don't see it covered.

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Postby Simon of the Playa » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:31 am

oops..poor placement..editing .carry on...this is Great BTW...
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Re: Burning Man 2016 Ticket Information

Postby soona » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:37 am

I don't see an answer about tax-deductibility.

I donated to the "Burning Man Project," which is 501(c)(3) so my donation was tax deductible. Is that different than what people call bmorg, which I assume puts on the event and sells us tickets? Is that a for-profit?

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Postby trilobyte » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:59 am

You missed the second part of my response, soona - check with the ticket support team if you don't see it covered.

Speaking personally, I doubt it, the Da Vinci tickets and the pre-sale tickets do not specify anywhere that they include a donation to the Burning Man Project (the non-profit). Usually when I see an event with a ticket that is either completely or partially dedictible (Burning Man Project or otherwise) that is spelled out pretty clearly. Not only because they'd need to for legal/tax purposes, but because being tax deductible is a pretty big selling point.

You can make tax deductible donations to the Burning Man Project year-round (not just at ticket time) via this page :wink:

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Postby Just_Joe » Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:34 am

soona wrote:I don't see an answer about tax-deductibility.

Maybe they're waiting to for the presidential election to see if the Bernie factor kicks in....

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Postby Lip Bomb » Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:06 am

When should we know if we get invited to the DTS?
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Postby lucky420 » Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:08 am

scroll down on the page there is a form that opens on 2/25...


i think that's what your looking for
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Postby Jovankat » Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:38 am

If it works like it did last year you should get an email telling you you're eligible to fill that form in and how many invites you have a while before the form opens. So working backwards those emails should go out... soon! Hopefully really soon! :)

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Postby lucky420 » Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:39 am

Jovankat wrote:If it works like it did last year you should get an email telling you you're eligible to fill that form in and how many invites you have a while before the form opens. So working backwards those emails should go out... soon! Hopefully really soon! :)



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Postby trilobyte » Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:07 am

What Jovankat said. Camps and project teams that are invited will receive an email with details and information about participating in the Directed Group Sale prior to the 2/25 date. Historically that has been a limited group, only a portion of camps and projects who registered in the previous year are able to be invited to participate in that sale.

And because there were some issues with this in previous years, I'll mention it again here. The directed group sale is intended to ensure that critical theme camp, art installation, mutant vehicle crews and other core Black Rock City infrastructure providers gain access to tickets. Invitations are not meant to be shared outside the invited group, and are not intended to be used to get people to join, pay premium dues, or any other enticements.

I'll also add in a seasonal reminder - in case you have not already done so, you and your camp or teammates should check your email software or email provider to make sure that email coming from *@burningman.org (any address at the burningman.org domain) is on your trusted senders list. The last thing anybody wants is to miss out on important details or invitations because the message got caught up in a spam filter.

Those of you in other time zones should head on over to the Burning Man Tickets page. They've added links to time zone calculators for each scheduled thing, to help you make sure any calendar events or reminders you set for yourself have the right time of day for where you are.

Good luck to everyone!

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Postby Jovankat » Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:47 am

lucky420 wrote:
Jovankat wrote:If it works like it did last year you should get an email telling you you're eligible to fill that form in and how many invites you have a while before the form opens. So working backwards those emails should go out... soon! Hopefully really soon! :)



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Good good! All this ticket excitement has drawn me back in! :)

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Postby some seeing eye » Thu Feb 04, 2016 3:44 pm

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Postby zorro sings » Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:45 pm

Interesting email from placement today. Seems as though all "invitations" to the DSG will be coupled with an actual ticket. A very good thing for theme camps as no race to buy. Wise decision by Bmorg as the DSG was about ready to turn into another general sale with very limited buying window and many invites striking out. How they do it is another question. Imagine the invitation number will be cut for each camp. In any case we are happy with it. Removes a bit of anxiety.
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Postby lucky420 » Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:22 pm

Yes it sounds good. I was confused as to how they would do this. Cutting down on the# of tickets that theme camps can ask for seems the way it would work out. This might be hard for larger camps though. Maybe camps within villages will have to acquire their tix on their own standing as a theme camp and not village?

Just rambling thoughts... :?
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Postby BoyScoutGirl » Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:39 pm

zorro sings wrote:Interesting email from placement today. Seems as though all "invitations" to the DSG will be coupled with an actual ticket. A very good thing for theme camps as no race to buy. Wise decision by Bmorg as the DSG was about ready to turn into another general sale with very limited buying window and many invites striking out. How they do it is another question. Imagine the invitation number will be cut for each camp. In any case we are happy with it. Removes a bit of anxiety.


Oooh... thanks for pointing this out. I've always been confused as to why it wasn't like this in the first place. I'm sure there was a reason, but on behalf of theme camp organizers I'm glad for the greater certainty as well.
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Postby trilobyte » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:20 pm

Yes, you can expect a significant reduction in the number of camps/projects invited, and possibly also the number of invites per camp or project.

The reason it was done the other way was because they had no way in advance to know how many invitations that a group actually needed for the sale. Trying to guess at the number of core/essential crew members for something can be a challenge, and so when the DGS was developed initially it was honor system. Speaking personally, my guess is that while the program has always been a "use only what you need" thing, some camps/projects treated it as a "use it or lose it" thing and a lot more teams used their full allotment. Last year's DGS sold out in under an hour, where previously it took days.

The reduction in invites may be difficult for some, but I think is a good thing, and will help reduce the anxiety for those essential team members.

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Postby zorro sings » Thu Feb 04, 2016 8:54 pm

And that "use it or lose it" mentality you mention would only have gotten worse as camps saw the writing on the wall after last years quick DGS sell out.
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Postby BBadger » Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:10 pm

I dunno about that. More, I'd expect that people would just be more on the ball this year and possibly coordinate to make sure everyone's covered.

Padding needed tickets has more to do with knowing that, regardless of need, it's better to have a reserve ticket in hand than possibly not having one later. Knowing that the tickets can always be resold means there is no risk in doing so as well.

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Postby maladroit » Thu Feb 04, 2016 9:37 pm

It sucked last year and it's going to suck this year; no one will breathe easily until they've got that ticket right in their hot little hands. That's always how it'll be.

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Postby danibel » Thu Feb 04, 2016 10:19 pm

trilobyte wrote:Kids' Tickets
Kids and families have been part of Burning Man since 1986 on Baker Beach. Kids 12 and under still get in for free with their ticketed parents or guardians. For the first time this year, kids 12 years old and younger will need their own special no-cost kids ticket. If you’re bringing your children you will need to request their free ticket through a form which will be open in June, details to come.



I'm pretty sure this was the same policy last year as well. Not, new.
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Postby Elliot » Fri Feb 05, 2016 7:36 pm

A technical question for Trilobyte:
On the main website's Ticket page, only one flavor of tickets can be seen at the time. To read the others, it is necessary to click on a + sign for each, and then the flavor that is open goes away. This makes it hellishly complicated to print this information for future reference -- going back to open each flavor and printing again, then assembling a coherent printout with scissors and glue.

So I am curious what benefit this (apparently) unnecessarily complicated system gives... somebody?

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Postby trilobyte » Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:08 pm

@danibel - last year the kids tickets thing came through partway through the cycle, and so was only partially implemented. Accommodations were made all over the place for people who didn't fill out the form in advance, that is not likely to happen this year.

@zorro sings - I agree, the "use it or lose it" mentality has a tendency to get worse, not better. I'm cautiously optimistic about the changes and revisions to the DGS program. On one hand I'm nervous because I need to get my core people covered (very small number), on the other hand I know the various teams (placement etc) are working really hard to do right by the community.

@maladroit - it sucks in that scarcity sucks. Anything short of "yay, tickets for everybody" is going to be hard on somebody, and since we won't be in that kind of situation anytime soon it's just going to suck for somebody every year. Just like every other event that sells all its tickets.

@Elliot - You have clearly mistaken me for a member of the Ticketing Support team. You would want to reach out to that group (links in my signature) with your comments, questions, and feedback. Speaking personally, I don't see it as overly complicated. Accordion menus (as they're called) are fun ways to display relevant information, I don't know that the page was designed as a "print at home for offline reading" kind of thing... and I certainly wouldn't ever have any interest in printing it. Note what's important to you, and rather than trying to relay the sum total of all information in a single page or document, I'd just point people towards that page.

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Postby Elliot » Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:27 pm

Trilo, I am puzzled that you consider my question a ticketing matter, since I thought of it as a website matter. But I'm certainly willing to learn.
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Postby Eric » Sat Feb 06, 2016 2:41 am

Elliot wrote:Trilo, I am puzzled that you consider my question a ticketing matter, since I thought of it as a website matter.


It is a website matter - but it's the Ticketing website, not ePlaya, thus a ticketing matter. While Trilo may be an amazing resource, he can't answer questions as for why other departments set things up the way they do (it would be similar to someone asking you why a totally different team, possibly in a different state, designed their kinetic vehicle the way they did. Yes, you both do kinetic vehicles, but you're not actual in a position to answer questions for their team)
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