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A Swiss luxury concierge service includes a camp offering water, electricity, wi-fi internet via satellite, ‘cooks and fresh buffets for every meal’, and the chance to order in fresh supplies each day from Reno, 80 miles away.Jodi Guber Brufsky, a yoga entrepreneur and Hollywood director’s daughter, went to a previous year’s festival in an RV with a special dome where a chef was based who specialised in raw vegan food.Some, like Zuckerberg, can retreat to their own company’s dedicated campgrounds within the site.Elon Musk, who founded the internet payment giant Pay Pal, has claimed that Burning Man ‘is Silicon Valley’, and that the creator of a new TV comedy series about America’s tech industry couldn’t possibly understand that world because he had never been to the festival.The desert is like an ocean: A pirate ship cruises the Playa during the Burning Man 2014 festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada which draws hundreds of thousands of people from all around the world each year Sex between ‘Burners’, as festival-goers are known, is known variously as ‘dust love’ or ‘tent trysts’, and old hands suggest it is simply ‘selfish’ to stick to monogamy.Public nudity, especially by women, is actively encouraged, while orgies — or at the very least partner swapping, if not threesomes — have become just as much a feature of Burning Man as the ceremonial torching of a huge wooden effigy of a man to celebrate the summer solstice.
Other attendees in recent years have included the socialite Greek shipping heirs Stavros Niarchos and his sister Eugenie, British socialite Lady Victoria Hervey and members of the Versace and Rothschild clans.
It bills itself as a 24-hour ‘sex positive consensual space where all can love and be loved’.
Helpfully, the Orgy Dome offers free towels and sheets, but asks visitors to clear up after themselves in line with the festival’s ‘no waste’ eco-credentials.
City in the desert: An aerial view of the Burning Man festival reveals the true scope of the event.
Up to 70,000 people from all over the world have gathered at the sold out festival to spend a week in the remote desert cut off from much of the outside world to experience art, music, and the unique community that develops It’s often billed as America’s answer to Glastonbury.