Welcome to the Los Angeles Regional information page. The LA region stretches all the way up and includes Ventura, Santa Barbara, and Ojai down through the Beach Cities to the Orange County border and all the way out to include the Inland Empire and everything in between. We are a very large and diverse region with passionate burners from all walks of life originating from all over the world and culminating here in LALA land.
The best way to know what our community is up to is to subscribe to our weekly LA Burning Man Announcements newsletter (info on it below) and, if you're in the LA and want to share what you're up to, write in and let us know! Just go to this handy dandy form to submit items for the Announce:
It goes out Tuesday afternoons, so be sure to submit your content before then.
We also have an active LA Burning Man group on Facebook and lots of other ways to connect with other LA burners, all listed below.
Questions? Comments? You can get in touch with your five LA regional contacts by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get involved and find out about local happenings by signing up on our Announcement list, chat with other Burners on our Discussion lists, or follow us via your social media of choice - but definitely come out and get involved!
The Los Angeles Announce list is a moderated announcements-only list for events of interest to local Burners. Recipients get regular updates, event listings, and Burning Man news from this list.
To subscribe, send a blank email to:
Feeling like conversing with other LA Burners online somewhere other than Facebook? Try one or both of the new LA Burning Man email discussion lists!
ON-TOPIC DISCUSSION LIST: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LABM-Discussion
OFF-TOPIC DISCUSSION LIST: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LABM-OffTopic
Regional Contact Email:
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