But if your tent isn't under a shade structure, and you don't have a swamp cooler, it can bake cookies for you. Just takes longer than usual.
If this was camera & film days, we'd be warning you about leaving your camera or film in the tent but not insulated (like in a cooler). The heat will bake the film and can delaminate lens elements. Makes the light sensors in digital cameras produce a lot of noise too.
In case this isn't in any of the above posts or their links, make sure you're hydrated before you get to the playa, and then stay that way. You don't want to start from a deficit.
And it's not just heat. Dust & wind too. A reminder if this duplicates anything above.https://eplaya.burningman.com/viewtopic ... 30#p999891
10 to 7 is my peak time, out around the playa.
But then I'm out and around to handout water & electrolyte: so fools can get back to their camp safely instead of ending up in medical, those prepared can stay out and around exploring longer before they have to find a place to replenish or return to their camp (experienced Burners drink offered water/electrolyte so they hold what they took out and around with them in reserve).
Oh. And, Burning Man is a nice place with lots of nice people, but Usual Rules Apply. Consider who is offering you what. Some drinks have been spiked.
Odd. No bears to watch in the dump. Oh well, lets go across the road & pick blueberries.
... but don't harm the red dragon that frequents the area from time to time. He and I have an agreement.