The Blurb of Bob, Volume 4, Number 12

April 7, 2022

Get those plans in order

Goodness, PreHeat 2022 is right around the corner. Hopefully your camping gear is already organized and your shopping list is completed. Word on the street is that Camp La Llanada is looking gorgeous and will be the perfect place to finally come together after far too long. We’ll keep you updated right up to the event, so fear not!

Okie dokie artichokie, here’s what you’ll find in this newsletter.

In this issue:

  1. The Guides are Here
  2. Ticket Deadlines
  3. Ticket Assistance Update
  4. Cabins are Sold Out
  5. Volunteer Signup
  6. Theme Camp Registration
  7. COVID-19 Policy
  8. Art Grant Second Deadline Approaching
  9. Certified Lifeguards Still Needed

The Guides are HereAre you planning to play with fire at PreHeat 2022? The bust out your readers and take the time to thoroughly read the Burn Guide. Yes, there will be a quiz. 

The 2022 PreHeat Survival Guide is also available, and is jam-packed with helpful deets. 

Ticket DeadlinesTier Two tickets for PreHeat 2022 are still available. Get ’em while you still can at Ticket Tailor :

The member reserved ticket deadline has passed, however, and all ticket sales (excluding vehicle and RV passes and ice pogs) close on Friday, 4/15 at 12PM. Word on the street is that this is for everybody, no exceptions: no ticket, no entry!

You can also find all the event details via our Facebook event: — and don’t forget the website: 

Ticket Assistance Update

Ticket assistance is available if you are unable to afford a ticket. We will do our best to accommodate your request. Applications will be accepted until Monday, 4/11 and the final day to obtain tickets is Friday, 4/15 at 12PM. Please fill out the form under tickets on the homepage: 

Cabins are Sold Out

Cabins are all sold out, fam. We’re so happy this new program has generated so much interest! If you reserved one, remit payment by Friday, 4/15. Also, be sure to sign-up all participants staying in your cabin pre-event or at Greeters. No participants will be signed in to stay in a cabin if they are not on the list.

Volunteer Signup

You can still volunteer to sign up for a shift at PreHeat 2022. As you know, no burn can happen without volunteers, and we’re all about that. I myself am a volunteer, so be like Bob and sign up here:

Leads are working hard and will be emailing everyone to confirm their shifts. You may also reach out anytime to the teams. Email addresses are on the website, too

Theme Camp RegistrationTheme Camp registration closes on Friday, 4/8. The website is being updated with this year’s placement map. Stand By.
Get your camp activities to me for the What, When, Where guide by Friday, 4/8. Email with the names of your camp builders for Thursday Worker Access Pass/Early Entry approval.

COVID-19 Policy

In order to burn safely, you will need either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within the last 48 hours to attend PreHeat 2022. Since there are indoor spaces at this event, we thought it to be the most responsible thing we can do. So in the spirit of radical self-reliance, make sure you have one or the other by the time you get to the gate. Read the full policy and any updates on the homepage:

Art Grant Second Deadline Approaching

The deadline to apply for an art grant is 4/8. Have a last minute project in mind? Funds are still available.

Certified Lifeguards Still Needed

Certified lifeguards are needed to have the pool open at Camp La Llanada per our contract with the property, and trust us — you want it open. Two lifeguards are required at all times to open the pool. Unfortunately, the prior vendor has opted not to re-sign with our event due to the nature of it (mainly alcohol is available, and their lifeguards had to stay overnight due to drive distance/time to the property each day. The company felt there were too many liabilities). That’s where radical self-reliance comes in again fam, and we’re sensing a theme. Are you ready to bring your life-saving skills to the table?

The American Red Cross lifeguard certification (with First Aid/CPR/AED) is all that is required to meet the property’s certification requirements. Financial assistance may be available if you wish to be certified. If you are in the Tampa Bay Area, check out:

If you are currently certified or wish to certify to volunteer, please email both Event Planning at as well as Volunteers at .

Thanks for reading… and for making art, supporting art, and being a part of our community! Feel free to send me any updates.

How ’bout that?


Bob is a radical communicator who loves this community, believes in civic responsibility, and wants to keep you apprised of everything AfterBurn-related.

You can email Bob at  with questions, concerns, or submissions to this announcement list.