What is BURNOUT?
BurnOut is the official post-Burning Man Decompression event for Portland, Oregon and the surrounding areas. The goal for this event is to give provide an opportunity for local burners to host art, build community, inspire creativity, perform and enjoy music, and create memories as they return from the Playa / decompress from the Burning Man season (or consider attending next year!). BurnOut is an officially sanctioned as a post-Burning Man decompression event, and gives people in the Portland area an opportunity to celebrate, network, learn about, and build connections with other like-minded people in our region.
BurnOut 2019 event information
Event Date: Saturday, 11/2
Location: Downtown Portland (Director Park & Pythian Studios)
Tickets: Coming Soon
Event Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/514812965745234/
All Ages 3pm-10pm // 21+ after 10pm
Burnout 2018: Due to lack of interest from the community to help produce the event, the board made the difficult and disappointing decision to cancel the event.
Event Date: Saturday, October 7th, 2017
Location: The North Warehouse - 723 N Tillamook St, Portland, OR 97227
Tickets: $22 online presale / $28 at the door - http://burnout2017.brownpapertickets.com/
Event Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/115848782435856/
All Ages 6pm-10pm // 21+ after 10pm
BURNOUT 2017 EVENT INFORMATION: BurnOut 2017 is the inaugural event for Precipitation Northwest, with proceeds benefitting our organization’s ongoing programs. This year the event will be held at The North Warehouse, which is conveniently located close to the Portland city center as well as major public transit such as the MAX, Portland Streetcar, and buses. It will allow for both indoor and outdoor art and music exhibits, and food and alcohol will be available for purchase indoors. Activities include live DJs, theme camps, performances, and interactive art, with an expected attendance of 800+ attendees over the course of the evening. Adjacent to the BurnOut event will be the BurnOut Annex, which is a free event open to the public that will allow visitors the opportunity to learn more about our organization, our activities, and our vibrant burner community.