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FLAMBÉ LOUNGE 2006


...Upcoming on June 3rd (drum roll please):

A Flambé Lounge of Precompression proportions!!!

Saturday, June 3rd, 2006
9:00pm-6:00am
At Pound SF
100 Cargo Way (off Third St, South of Cesar Chavez, see directions below)
$10 HOPEfully inspired costume; $15 FEARlessly drab street clothes
21+ over

Flambé Lounge is back, reuniting our diverse community for an all-night celebration. This will be a special dance and theme camp edition. Pass through the pillars of HOPE and FEAR, and explore the indoor and outdoor stages featuring a diversity of live music, tag-teamin' DJ collectives, and a plethora of eclectic performers. Find answers to your "burning" questions in the Info Zone and explore the open-air Ambient Arena & Theme Camp Village. Join us for the return of Flambé Lounge, one BIG way Burning Man creates community year-round.

Music Performances:

     Order of Inside Bands - starting 9pm:
  • 1 Man BanJo
  • Quattro Caminos
  • Playground
  • Albino!
  • Luna Groove
  • Gooferman
     Order of Outside DJs and final band - starting 9pm:
  • ViaJay and j9 of Angels of bAss
  • Ethan of FnF
  • Tamo of Sol System
  • Kepi and Treavor Moontribe of Sound of Mind
  • Bill Baraby and Robie Kowal of Fringe Camp
  • Laird and Majitope of Lush Camp
  • Smoove
  • Guerrillasoul

Theme Camp Villages: Iron Rose Juke Joint, DUSTFISH, The Floating Oasis/Fuzzy Hammocks, Captain Erotica's Ice Bar, Church of WOW, Rednose District, Pancake Playhouse, You Are That Pig, Burning Silicon's 5 Elements Pavilion, Monticello... and MORE!

Art Garden: Virtual Playa by Andrew Johnstone, Playatech Furniture/Sunshine Daydream, Fire in the Belly by Glimmer, Surfing Man by Mark McGothigan, Temporal Anomaly by Donivan, Third Eye Manifestation Station by Sri Ramadamadingdong, The Neon Medusa by Michael Mallott, VJ Rainbow Puddle, CaroLuna, Kosho, VJ Kevlar, Spoon, art cars... and MORE!

Flambé Lounge invites YOU to PARTICIPATE
in making the evening exceptional... We welcome all art forms.
Contact us by May 26th at flambelounge(at)burningman(dot)com.

To share your art, performance or theme camp at any of these events, e-mail flambelounge(at)burningman(dot)com.



Directions to the Flambé Lounge:

maps.yahoo.com is a great way to figure out your own personal driving directions.

Location:

      Pound SF
      100 Cargo Way
      San Francisco, CA 94124

Please use your best judgement when parking and remember: Parking is at your own risk.

By CAR:

From the East Bay: Take 101 South and exit Cesar Chavez. Go left onto Cesar Chavez and take a right where it ends at Third Street. Get in the left lane and just past the little bridge take a left on Cargo Street. Go approx 1/2 mile down until you see the club on the left. NOTICE: If you are driving from the East Bay, please note that there is a closure of the Eastbound side of the Bay Bridge on Saturday night at midnight until 10am Sunday. Full info here: 511.org/promo/baybridge/default.asp.

From the South: Take 101 North and exit Cesar Chavez. Go right on Cesar Chavez and follow the directions above.

From 280: Exit Cesar Chavez and follow the directions above.

By BART: Get off at 16th Street BART and take the number 22 bus heading out of town (the bus stop is next to a Wells Fargo). Get off the 22 bus at 20th and Third, and take the 15 bus outbound from 20th and Third (the stop is on that corner) to one stop past Cesar Chavez St, just after you go over a little bridge. The bus will stop at some blue and white office buildings. This is not a listed stop on the Muni site, just know to pull the stop cord when you see the little bridge. Cargo Way is directly across the street. Follow Cargo down about 2-1/2 blocks until you get to the club on the left. Be careful as there may not be sidewalks on Cargo Way. NOTICE: The 22 will run all night, but the last bus on the 15 line is about 12:56am (after midnight) and doesn't start running again until 5am or so. If you take the 22 bus to Third St and call a cab, it will be about a $5 cab ride. If you phone a cab, be prepared to give the cab company a physical address. They do not make calls to street corners.

By BUS in San Francisco: The 22 line to the 15 is pretty much the best route to the club. All other bus lines involve more travel and stop running earlier.

Check other possible routes by going here: sfmuni.com.