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Next to the many hipsters, hippies, rich kids, soul searchers and other twenty-something visitors of the world’s most well-known festival, Burning Man also attracts its fair share of open minded parents who bring along their kids to share in the otherworldly Desert Rock experience of peace, love and zero currency.
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A new mini-documentary now dives into the minds of the kids of Burning Man, asking kids and their parents on the playa at last year’s edition what it’s like to be there, touching on the history, benefits, challenges, and various issues they face. Our favourite kid comes from a kid who says that he “was always told that it’s an art festival. I think of it more as an awesome holiday”.