Want to know what that weird theme camp is about?
Need more information on an art installation?
Click here for theme camp and art installation descriptions!
All 34 registered RVs were placed but we know more RVs will show up to the event that have not registered.
Crossroads is full and there is no open camping there. Previous to 2019 and our bloom in RV numbers, there had been open RV camping at Crossroads and many RV owners still expect that to be the case.
We do not prevent RVs from being in Open Camping (as long as it's not on the Lower Field, because no wheels on the Lower Field). The open camping that RVs can camp in is wooded and space to park was dubious before the pandemic. The land has retaken much in our absence.
Dagobah open camping is not ideal for RV or car camping as the back portion is sandy loam and turns into quicksand with the combination of rain and traffic. We have hundreds of participants on land and it always rains at least once.
For all cars or RVs in Dagobah I'd recommend parking on traction boards. Honestly, I'd recommend it for any vehicles larger than a gator that will stay parked on land. Overflow RVs will be placed in parking. It's not a punishment, it's a restriction of the land.
City Planning Lead
P.S. What's an RV? RV, or recreational vehicle, is a motor vehicle or trailer that will be used for living, sleeping, or entertaining purposes while on land. RVs include motorhomes, campervans, caravans (also known as travel trailers and camper trailers), fifth-wheel trailers, teardrop trailers, popup campers, toy haulers, truck campers, tiny homes, and converted box and flatbed trailers. In short, if it's not a car, truck, gator, or art car, we classify it as an RV.
The eagerly anticipated participants’ map is here! Find your theme camp, check out art placement, and take in its hearth-warming design. (You can click here for a larger, downloadable version)
A Bit About the Graphics of this Year's Map:
This year, I struggled with how to represent our theme, Coming Home. For many of us it’s been far too long since we've been Home, and what makes Myschievia home to us is uniquely held within each of you. So I picked a memory that pulls at my heart strings and hopes to encapsulate what Coming Home to Myschievia means for me.
Years ago, as Effigy Lead, I walked down to the lower field as the sun was setting. I climbed up to the top of the Tea Cup, laid down and gazed up at the sky. As dusk set in, the bats came out. Dipping and swooping, catching their breakfast. You won't see them at the event. The pounding music and revelry keeps them away. But in the quiet twilight of a Work Weekend they're there.
I had forgotten until then that our logo and Batcave are inspired by the bats that inhabit the Piney Playa. In that quiet, expansive night I felt exquisitely present in a way I never would have in the bustle of the event. Even with its sandy loam and problematic trees, I couldn’t imagine Myschievia happening on any other land. This is Home.
So, welcome Home.
Did you know Myschievia is staffed entirely by volunteers? Volunteering gets us out there, interacting with participants, learning the land, and letting Myschievia get to know you. It's how we give back to our community and make this event happen!
Don't forget to sign up for your volunteer shifts! October 1st is the last day to do so online, but if you don't make the deadline, you can always hit up Volunteer HQ on site.
Fill out the Volunteer Form here then hop on over to the shift spreadsheet here to sign up for the time slot you want!
You can now get all of your sweet, sweet Sanctuary info at the Myschievia Sanctuary website!
Click here to check it out!
Alright, you heathens!
We're getting closer and closer and there are still tons of slots available for volunteering. Make sure to scoop up the shifts you're wanting now. Deadline for sign-ups will be 10/1.
A few handy reminders:
Fill out the Volunteer Form here.
Fill out the Shift Spreadsheet here.
Are you bringing a Decoupaged Dodge? Do you have a Monster Motorcycle? Maybe a Paisley Pinto?Register with the Department of Mutant Vehicles!
If you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help out with DMV business, reach out to our DMV Lead, Fropsi here.
BUY TICKETS HERE
Theme Camp and RV Registrations are rapidly coming to an end!
Register your theme camps and/or RVs by midnight on Wednesday, Sept 14th.
Get all your info on how to do that here.
NTXB is having a FLASH SALE! Everything Must GO!
In other words, we will be releasing a very limited number of tickets in a one-day sale.
And don't forget to sign up for Volunteer Shifts!
2017-2023 Information Manager, Viv, is an Amazon potato who lives under a bridge, occasionally popping out to throw cabbages at edge lords.