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A Look Back at the Telluride Fire Festival

A taste of Nevada’s Burning Man Festival in the San Juan Mountains



Photo by Matt Brooks

Over-the-top, eccentric and fiery: Telluride’s annual Fire Festival returned for the fifth consecutive year delivering another memorable and immersive art spectacle for fest-goers. 

Inspired by Nevada’s Burning Man event held in Black Rock Desert, the weekend long rounded up bonfire-esque wooden sculptures, fire spinning and art installations from local and nationwide artists to showcase on December 6-8, 2019. 


Photo by Chris Myers

The Victorian-style town was transformed into an interactive art gallery, with venues like The Palm Theater, Historic Transfer Warehouse and Heritage Plaza navigating visitors to view whimsical artistry, imbibe libations and enjoy live music. 


Photo by Matt Brooks

About the Telluride Fire Festival

The Telluride Fire Festival, a 501c3 organization, is an interactive fire art experience offering fire related workshops and outdoor displays of fire artistry to support artists and enable all to immerse themselves in the many forms of fire art.

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