BASICS

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The are the most basic 'rules' that there are in Tankwa Town. AfrikaBurn is an autonomous space with no hard and fast rules, but these are the few that there are:

The most bike friendly place on earth, Tankwa Town. Image: Jonx Pillemer

PARK IT AND KEEP IT PARKED

Tankwa Town is a pedestrian and cyclist environment – the only vehicles permitted to drive around are Mutant Vehicles and those used by emergency and event crew. When arriving and leaving, drive very slowly - the speed limit is 10km/h for anything on wheels. Heads up: motorbikes and scooters must be registered as Mutants in order to be driven at all on our event site.

BICYCLES ARE NOT PUBLIC PROPERTY

If it’s not your bike, don’t ride it. If you have a bike, lock it when not in use.

The ice queens. Image: Jonx Pillemer

NOTHING IS BOUGHT OR SOLD IN TANKWA TOWN

Except ice, and that’s to keep your food and liquids chilled. It’s a decommodified zone – so please don’t buy or sell anything, and do cover up any brands or logos. Louis Vuitton and his mate Hugo Boss have no value in Tankwa Town.


LEAVE NO TRACE

This means you’ll see no rubbish bins or receptacles, other than those you bring. What you bring in, you must take out with you. Keep a bag with you when you're exploring Tankwa Town. it’s good for carrying water and putting rubbish in.


NO PETS ALLOWED

Please don’t arrive at the event with your pet - there are good reasons for us not allowing them.

Please note: the only exception here is for Service Dogs.

Not cool ... unless you've been invited by the artist to participate. Image: jonx Pillemer


PROTECTION OF ARTWORKS

If you see someone vandalising, or removing or stealing items from an artwork (or something that looks like an artwork), please ask them to stop. Inform a Ranger if necessary. A lot of hard work goes into the art you’ll see in Tankwa Town, and it’s shared with you as a gift. Please respect the art and the artists. Scrawling your lame ass tag on someone else's art is not cool unless the artist has invited you to do so ... as often happens in the temple.


PLANE? DRONE? USE OF AIRSPACE?

You can’t fly anything into or at AfrikaBurn except a kite (unbranded) – whether recreational or for commercial purposes (i.e. carrying a camera) - without registering with our Airspace crew.