Burning Man, the historic art and music festival that takes place annually in Black Rock Desert, Nevada, has just announced that they will be hosting an offshoot festival in the Netherlands in 2017.
Known for its radical inclusion, strong community bonds, love for the earth and promotion of self-expression, Burning Man couldn’t have found a better place to host their second festival. The people of the Netherlands are known for their kind acceptance of travelers, pristine towns and general good nature.
The festival, named “Where the Sheep Sleep” will be held in the lovely town of Veluwe from July 29-31 of next year. The grounds boast stretches of green fields, forests and lakes.
You can visit the event’s Facebook page to register for a chance to attend. Tickets will only be available to registered members for purchase.