The Burning Man festival is going virtual this year after having to cancel for the first time in its history due to the coronavirus pandemic - and there is already talk of having video rooms for orgies and drug use and setting fire to art installations in backyards.
Organizers revealed last month that they were cancelling the annual arts event that was scheduled to be held in August in Nevada's Black Rock Desert as social distancing measures were put in place across the US.
They are instead planning to take the edgy Burning Man festival digital.
'The Multiverse' had already been announced as this year's theme prior to coronavirus forcing people to social distance.
Organizers of the non-profit festival say they're going to lean into the theme as they try to take the festival virtual.
'We're not sure how it's going to come out; it will likely be messy and awkward with mistakes. It will also likely be engaging, connective, and fun,' the organizers said.