[Further Future]

Further Future: A primer on the music/educational/wellness experience

Don’t forget your lodging!

What: A music/educational/wellness experience from the originators of Robot Heart, which operates a popular theme camp at Burning Man.

When: Friday late afternoon through Sunday evening, May 1-3.

Where: Moapa River Indian Reservation, less than an hour from Las Vegas. Take exit 80 off I-15.

Cost: Passes are currently $300, with a Saturday-entrance option priced $160, but you must request a passcode from the Further Future Facebook page to purchase either.

Accommodations: Camping and parking passes are still available to ticketholders. According to TripAdvisor, there’s scant hotel availability in Moapa and Mesquite (which is still 45 minutes away from the site).

Food and drink: Local institutions such as Echo & Rig, Naked City Pizza and District One will be selling their savory creations. Makers & Finders will have a coffee bar there, rounding out a full liquid complement that also includes wine, mezcal and juice bars.

Payment: No cash will be accepted. Load your RFID wristband with credit prior to and during Further Future (where cell service and Wi-Fi will be available).

Speakers: Several experts from the technological, creative and health/wellness communities, including our own Tony Hsieh, who will discuss the future of cities.

For speaker/wellness activity schedules and more information, visit

Further Future May 1-3, Moapa River Indian Reservation, $300, ($160 for Saturday only) with passcode requested from Further Future's Facebook page.

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