Get dressed up, step through your screen and get ready to dive into the digital dust - because AfrikaBurn are eCompressing! Join them as they embark on another journey into new territories. This time, eCompression offers everyone a way to decorate, dress up - and decompress.
Following on the success of HomeBurn, this is the next in their series of online gatherings offering an opportunity to connect, collaborate and get creative, from the comfort of wherever you are during the lockdown.
The lineup is not yet finalised, however, you can expect multiple live-streamed rooms, each with a fantastic range of performances, music, burns, discussions, show and tells, and much more. There'll also be a best dressed contest! You're invited to dress up in that fabulous outfit you couldn't wear in Tankwa Town this year and they'll be hosting a Best Dressed session that will see the crowd response decide who the winner is.
Saturday, 04 July 2020 from 10:00 until Sunday, 05 July 2020 at 02:00.
Online via Quicket.
This will be a donation-based event, which allows you to pay what you can.
Feeling the lockdown pinch? No problem, you're welcome to step in for free.
They'll happily appreciate donations to help keep these events rolling, covering the tech and bandwidth costs.
You'll also be able to donate to the community members that are contributing content - think of this as a way of saying dankie, thanks and enkosi to the people that are creating the experience for you.
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Their motto says:
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