Celebs flock to Burning Man Festival

Once a year, tens of thousands of people head to the desert oasis of the Burning Man Festival. It’s supposed to be a lot of cellphone-free festivities, but celebs and fans play by their own rules. Which is great for us, so we can see what really went down.

The Nevada desert was alive with fans of Burning Man. For one week, celebrities like Scott Eastwood, Diplo and Nina Agdal — and 70,000 Burning Man fans — flocked to Nevada’s Black Rock Desert and hung out in a temporary desert city dedicated to art and creativity.

Photographer: “There you go. That’s it right there.”

From Paris Hilton’s sand angels to her futuristic outfit, the hotel heiress was among the folks having high-flying fun.


Even a little dust storm couldn’t keep “Burners” away. P-Hill teamed up with her brother Barron and actress Cara Delevingne in the desert together, and from the looks of it, Burning Man lit up their lives.

Glowing was all the rage at the festival. Katy Perry went from eclectic to electric with a pair of multicolored wings.


At Burning Man, there was art you can play on and art you can ride on.

In the end, it all went up in smoke. Fans burned a giant statue of a man on Saturday, and an 80-foot temple filled with notes and memories on Sunday.


Until next year, Burning Man.

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