There are few festivals that are as unique as the Burningman exerience. This festival of art and expression was founded nearly 30 years ago in San Francisco. Since then, Burningman has changed locations to Nevada’s Black Rock Dessert. The event typically aligns with Labor Day, though the title event was originally practiced on the summer solstice. This is when a large, wooden figure (which bears the basic shape of a man) is set ablaze. This “whicker man” concept originated in the tenth century with ancient Europeans appeasing their gods. Since then the week-long Burningman festival has become the best-known bonfire in the US. More than 50,000 people annually attend the Burningman festival and the women there are some of the most attractive in the world.