Savannah wrote:A very considerate question. It's way easier not to start a tent fire--or explode someone's gas can--if poi spinners avoid tents and vehicles and residential space, and go out to the Esplanade where they can get a better audience, or (if they are shy or new and want to practice somewhere first) they can go somewhere in the huge amount of space between the very outside streets and the trash fence.
Poi events may be listed in the What/When/Fire guide you receive when you enter the event.
illy dilly wrote:So there is no special permit to be allowed to burn poi where ever when ever?
I thought it fell under one of the "fire art" need a license type things?
LolaFalula wrote:theCryptofishist wrote:"feergoortens" sounds positively dutch to me.
Igneouss wrote:People keep saying things like 'stay away from flamable structures' etc.
I'd phrase it a different way:
Pretty much the entire city is highly flamable. 99% of fabric structures like tents, awnings and tarps are highly flamable. There are fuel cans everywhere - like generators, camps stoves, vehicles.
And the wind blows...
Be careful and considerate.
Savannah wrote:LolaFalula wrote:theCryptofishist wrote:"feergoortens" sounds positively dutch to me.
There was a really weird spam post of foreign origin in this thread--a post that has since been deleted.
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