2023 will be announced soon… keep checking back
The event is wheelchair accessible and handicap restrooms are available. In addition, we have a designated handicap camping area for those who are tent camping. Please be sure to indicate your needs when purchasing your ticket.
Thursday: Noon — 10p
Friday: 8a — 10p
Saturday: 8a — 10p
Sunday: 8a — Exodus (the event ends at 5p and you must be cleared out by 7p)
Please check the unSCruz Ticket Details frequently. All ticketing, time & date information will be there.
The event ends at 5 pm on Sunday. Everyone must be cleared out by 7 pm.
Parking in the Fairgrounds Main Parking Lot is FREE.
We will NOT be offering a shuttle service in 2023. Instead, Our Placement Team will direct you to one of our tent camping areas. You’ll be able to unload all the things before returning your car to the main parking lot. Then you can walk back in, unencumbered. Pedestrian ticket holders may exit and re-enter the event through the main gate throughout the event.
Ticket prices include admission for all 4 days of unSCruz and Tent Camping. If you decide to leave you may return if you are still wearing your wristband.
Yes, we embrace radical inclusion at unSCruz. The parents of any minor at the event are responsible for them at all times. You are the filter for what your kids see and hear, which includes all adult behaviors at the event and life in general. You will be directed to our Minor Policy form when you purchase your tickets
Children under 12 are free, ages 12 to 17 must pay for a ticket and be with a signed legal guardian.
Yes! We would love it if you would apply for a grant. Check out our mission & guidelines.
Volunteer, Theme Camp, & Art Placement applications are not open yet. Check back often for more info.
Indoors: 11a – 11p
Outdoors: 11a – 7p
Sound levels are not to exceed 95 decibels at 100 feet from the sound source during these hours.
Silent Disco will run from around sunset ’til sunrise.
This is a Burning Man event, we abide by all 10 principles.
LEAVE NO TRACE (LNT) is one of the principles.
NO PETS. Not only dogs and cats, NO PETS includes birds (geese, roosters, ducks, etc.)!
Service animals are welcome. A waiver form will be linked once we have one for 2023.
A limited number of RV/Camper/Trailer Passes will be available first come, first serve or within an approved theme camp footprint. These will be numbered spots, just like at a campground, so you’ll be able to purchase RV passes and know exactly where you’ll be camped.
Once you’ve received your wristbands, Placement will direct you and your vehicle to the designated RV spot.
No vehicles are allowed in the tent camping areas. However, you may purchase an RV pass which will give you a dedicated space for 1 vehicle and a tent. Please know that there must be a 10’ clear perimeter around your car to comply with CalFire mandates.
Tent campers will be allowed to enter the event to drop off all the things. Placement will give you direction upon arrival.
Don’t spend money where you don’t have to. You can park your vehicle in the FREE lot, and as long as you keep your wristband on, you may come and go as you please.
No. Nothing can be bought or sold at the event.
It is unfortunate that alcohol is such a sticking point with the Fairgrounds. They will not budge on their rule, “no outside alcohol.” So unSCruz will be hosting a Mimosa/Bloody Mary gathering on Saturday morning from 10 am – noon in the Heritage Hall.
If you have any further questions about the alcohol policy, ask someone who’s been before;-)
No. If you want it, bring it. –>Radical Self Reliance.
We do offer free ice during posted daytime hours throughout the event.
Food, water, costumes, camping gear, whatever you need to survive the weekend.