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​Constellation City, a vibrant hub of art, culture, and community, is committed to ensuring a safe and sustainable environment for all.


To uphold this commitment, we have established a set of regulations designed for the well-being of our community and the preservation of our natural surroundings. Adherence to these regulations is essential.

Key Points

Welcome to the Everywhen! As you prepare to join us, please familiarize yourself with our specific regulations, designed to protect both our community and the beautiful, federally protected wilderness we call home.

Leave No Trace

  • Pre-Event Preparation: Remove all non-essential packaging before arriving. Our event is dedicated to leaving no trace in the wilderness, requiring each attendee to minimize their environmental impact.

  • Trash: There are no trash cans on-site. You must pack out all garbage, leaving the site as pristine as you found it.

  • Grey Water: Do not dump grey water (dirty water from washing) on the ground. Plan to manage and remove this waste responsibly.

  • Human Waste: Do not urinate or defecate on the playa. Use the porta potties for your bathroom needs.

  • Leaking Fluids: Catch any leaking fluids with containers or tarps. If fluids spill onto the playa, it's your responsibility to clean it up.

  • Camp Strike: Check your camping and installation areas for trash before leaving. Walk through the site and pick up anything that does not belong on the playa.

  • Post-Event Cleaning: To remove playa dust from gear, use a diluted solution of white vinegar or lemon juice. For hard surfaces, use a spray bottle; for fabrics, add to your wash.

Fire and Fuel Management

  • Fire Restrictions: No fires directly on the Playa. Use raised fire pits or burn barrels, at least 6 inches off the ground.

  • Fire Extinguishers: Bring a fire extinguisher, especially if you're using portable stoves or have open flames in your camp.

Fuel Tanks within a Large Plastic Bin
Fuel Storage - Store your gas tanks within a bin that can hold spills

Fuel Storage:

  • Gasoline, white gas, and other liquid fuels must be stored outside of enclosed spaces, and in a secondary container that can hold 110% of the content to prevent spills. Storing your fuel containers inside a plastic bin work perfectly. Law enforcement will be enforcing proper fuel storage.

  • Keep fuel containers at least 15 feet from flames and ignition sources.

Fire Art:

  • A project team member must be present during use.

  • All flame effects require a fuel cut-off valve

  • Fire art require Everywhen Project pre-approval and inspection. 

Environmental Preparation

  • Clothing: Bring layered clothing for varying temperatures. Lightweight long sleeves and pants are recommended for sun protection.

  • Protective Gear: Bring goggles and masks for dust storms. Pack essentials like water and food when venturing out.

  • Shade: Avoid EZ-Up Shade Canopies, as they don’t withstand desert winds. Secure all shade structures firmly to the ground.

  • Dishwashing: Use a three-container system for dishwashing, be mindful of water scarcity and the prohibition against dumping grey water on the ground.

  • Reusable Cups: Carry a durable cup for refreshments. This reduces trash and is a convenient way to stay hydrated.


  • Use weather-sealed cameras or protective covers in dusty conditions.

  • Always obtain consent before photographing others.


  • In case of lightning, take shelter in a vehicle immediately.



Respectful Coexistence

Quiet Hours:

  • Cosmic Carnival: No Quiet Hours

  • Core Neighborhood: Quiet Hours 2 AM - 7 AM

  • Tranquility Zone: Quiet Hours 10 PM - 7 AM

Amplified Sound:

  • Cosmic Carnival must point speakers away from the other neighborhoods and the Temple.

  • Speakers must point away from Tranquility Zone and the Temple

  • No Amplified Sound in Tranquility Zone


  • Be considerate of your neighbors.

  • Share supply runs

  • Pick up any trash, even if it’s not yours.

  • Generator Use: Reconsider generators in favor of solar panels. If using a generator, soundproof it and keep it 15 feet away from tents and fuel sources.

  • Parental Guidance: Accompany children at all times and be mindful of their exposure to the event's diverse expressions, including nudity and adult-oriented areas.

General Safety and Self-Sufficiency

  • Self-Sufficiency: Bring your own food, water, shelter, and shade. Attendees must be prepared to survive desert conditions independently.

  • Night Safety: Light your vehicles at night and provide lighting in your camping area. Additionally, for enhanced safety, we encourage attendees to adorn themselves with items that light up at night, ensuring visibility in the dark.

  • 5 MPH Speed Limit: All motor vehicles are not to exceed 5 MPH within Constellation City.

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