2014 Theme Camps

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K-SVERTpres Sacdave's Okie Corral

K-SVERT 106.5 FM presents, Sacramento Dave’s Okie Corral. K-SVERT 106.5 FM is Burning Man’s rock alternative. Providing professional radio programing to BRC since 1996. Sacramento Dave’s Okie Corral, is a draft beer garden, hosting draft beer keg parties everyday at 4:20. Rock music, cold draft beer, simulcast ‘live’ on the radio. Bring your own cup, get a cool ID wristband, good everyday, for the entire event. Let K-SVERT106.5 FM be your daily non EDM oasis.

Hometown: Nevada City

Kaleidoscope Collective

Share a story, spin a yarn, tell a tale. We’re all ears. Kaleidoscope means “the observation of beautiful forms.” We make beautiful images come to life through the power of stories.

Hometown: Sacramento / Portland

Kamp Kaos

Kaos brings a human-scale fabric art maze, observation platform, and late night Death Marches back to the playa!

Hometown: Boston

Kamp Kimono

Love! Kimonos! Weirdness!

Hometown: San Francisco

Kamp Suckie Fuckaye

Welcome to Kamp Suckie Fuckaye, home of the Suck ‘n’ Fuck Saloon and the Garnish fire conclave. Please come and carouse with us. Have a drink, a dance, be amazed by fantastic fire performance, acrobatics and aerials and general debauchery.

Hometown: Portland

Kanuckistan Sietch

For make benefit glourious nation, featuring Old Country Vodka Snorting Bar, 10th annual Xeni Cup street hockey tournament, Desert Fremen. twitter.com/kanuckistan

URL: http://kanuckistan.ca/Hometown: Calgary

Karma Chickens

Karma Chickens are all about sharing knowledge and experience while having fun! In our 25-foot shaded dome we hold drink socials and hold workshops on poi, swing dancing, belly dancing, gray water management, tai chi, play acoustic music and more!

URL: http://www.karmachickens.org/Hometown: Sacramento


The Wookies are coming back from the jungle to bring you beats, booze, and KAVA!! Come lounge with us!

Hometown: Queens


URL: http://fb.com/TheKazbahHometown: San Francisco

Kazbus Harem Pants Belly Dance

Come learn American Tribal Belly Dance, hop on our caravan, (led by our mutant vehicle) and flashmob the Esplande with your new dance skills.

Hometown: San Francisco


A Kelpie leaps enthusiastically from a brackish pond in the desert, beckoning a challenge to catch or be caught. Unbeknownst to the gleeful water horse, a deeper, darker presence has awoke, and begins to surface a long tentacle. Tension mounts as the water sprite seems not to react to the dangers from below, is it denial or obliviousness, to not see what else is happening in this small pond? Or is it unconcern? Will Kelpie realize in time?

The scene speaks to both joy and denial – something very present in

Kentucky Fried Camp

Bringing a hot breakfast of bourbon, fried baloney sandwiches, and Kentucky hospitality to the playa since 2007. KFC, it’s what’s for breakfast.

URL: http://kentuckyfriedcamp.comHometown: Lexington

Khan's Asylum

Revenge is a dish best served cold, and so are tasty beverages. Come to Khan’s Asylum daytime oasis, play at our Lego bar, join in for music and dance, tarot readings, and partake in our gifting bazaar.

URL: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Khans-Asylum/619100008179731Hometown: San Diego et. al. (although we think of BRC as home)


Kidsville is THE place for children of all ages! We host a group of diverse families creating a unique space for play and other activities including the Black Rock Scouts program. Families with children 0-17 years of age are welcome to camp with us if they are pre-registered. Registration begins in March and ends when full. Note: Kidsville is NOT a baby-sitting service. All children must be supervised by an adult.

URL: http://kidsville.orgHometown: everywhere

Kimchi Camp

Kimchi Camp is celebrating our 6th year on the playa. Come by and visit and learn about fermented foods and why they are so good for you!

Hometown: Vancouver


In the remote galaxy of Kin-Dza-Dza lies a desert planet named Pluke. Residents of Pluke have long ago used up all of their water to make fuel. Their harsh world is littered with remnants of advanced but dingy-looking technology. Envisioned in a 1986 USSR film, the KZZ phenomenon is as old as Burning Man itself. Come visit us if you love it, know of it, or are just curious.

URL: https://sites.google.com/site/campkzz/Hometown: New York

Kindergarten Kamp

Kindergarten Kamp is bringing it’s playground out for your enjoyment – kids of all ages are welcome to enjoy our swings, trampoline, and teeter-totter – and don’t forget to check out the art on the playground. You will also be able to relax in our Moroccan styled MonkeyHut, where you can smoke some hookah and play swag poker.

Hometown: Auburn


Kindred strives to set a space brings sustainable and progressive living through collective efforts to the west coast bass culture. We are interested in sharing our knowledge about renewable energies, sound, permaculture, spirituality, science, flow, and more. We invite those who have interest in these subjects to come and share their knowledge with us. We present Camp Kindred to Burning Man 2014.

Hometown: Elko


Camp Kinoetic, organized by the Institute of Noetic Sciences, is the central hub for the largest collective consciousness experiment the world has ever seen. Stop by to see projected visualizations of real-time consciousness data, participate in consciousness experiments, learn from world-class researchers, or just chill, meditate, and hang out in the tension between mind and physicality.

Hometown: Petaluma


KognitoKhan is a shining beacon in the desert, a towering 22’ effigy standing atop an 8’ tall silver pedestal, with multiple outstretched arms, each one holding a flame pod in a metallic hand. As worshipers gather at the meditation station near the effigy and don wireless headsets, their meditative powers are channeled to cognitive analyzers which convert their brainwaves into control signals, sending fireballs into the sky, slowly at first, building momentum with increasing concentration and finishing in a

Kosmik Dust Pedal Pub Theme Camp

Look for the Star Tunnel for iced tea, lemonade and cookies or play in our motion activated sound garden. Chill in the shade of our Kosmik Kafe or “caravan” across the playa on the Pedal pub.

URL: http://www.pedalpub.weebly.comHometown: Las Vegas

Kostume Kult

Kostume Kult recreates the glory days of NYC in the 70’s and 80’s by transporting you to the seedy throwback replica of “Times Square BRC”, the crossroads of the world! The Empire State Building and King Kong loom above the NYC skyline while a runway show that blows fashion week out of the dust goes on. The playa provides the grit, we supply the glamour so hop the K Train to costume transformations and a non stop runway show.

URL: http://www.kostumekult.com/Hometown: New York

Kreme Burners

Rave de Creme Brulees: Enjoy some cool beats in the afternoon, turning into Dubstep as the evening comes, while tasting the finest French style Creme Brulees on the playa. Show us your best tricks on the trampoline, get a cocktail refill when the bar is open, or just come and chill with us in the dodecagon.

URL: http://kremeburners.org/Hometown: Seattle

KSA Disco Katz

Frisky felines who throw furrocious pawties in The gLitter Box. Kitty Costume Drill, Hoop Wars, MaDaquiri Hours (madonna and daquiri’s, duh!), Talent Show, Keep Screwin Around.

URL: http://www.facebook.com/discokatzHometown: San Francisco

KultureHaus MIR

KultureHaus MIR is a communal theater and music stage, bringing together participants of many playa cultures and crossroads for daily performance and débuts. Play your accordion, make a tutu workshop, recite Pushkin, finally do that ballet recital – this is your theater!

Hometown: Moscow