“A red Ferrari with the top down swerved past on the winding dirt road, heading to what looked like a small Mars encampment. Helicopters landed on the side of the road and greeters darted across. At a farmers’ market with overflowing baskets full of raspberries, watermelons, and focaccia, I asked for a mango, and the farmer started cutting it in half for me: ‘That’ll be $7.’”
The Guardian‘s Nellie Bowles explores a new luxury alternative to the popular desert festival, Burning Man, called “Further Future.” Read her full story here.
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