If you’ve ever been curious about Burning Man but aren’t up for a week in the desert, how about a weekend in the Michigan woods?
Tickets for the second annual Great Lakes Regional Burning Man event, Lakes of Fire, have just been released. You can read about it here on Wildfire Weaver, the website for my fire dancing performance/industry news.
If you’ve never heard of fire dancing, take a look around the site. You might be surprised to find that Chicago’s home to one of the largest fire performing communities in the country, outside of the West Coast. Fire spinning season is on its way – as soon as the weather gods comply – so come out this summer and check out one of the Full Moon Jams. It’s arguably one of Chicago’s most unique events. And who knows, you just might get a glimpse of yours truly.
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