It’s been a breathtaking ride to this point, and we are going to do our best to keep you informed.
Given that facebook can be temperamental with how it shares our information, we suggest that you sign up to our mailing list (http://www.tohyperborea.ca/newsletter), and regularly check the website (http://www.tohyperborea.ca).
The first batch of ticket offers have been released and the offer will remain active till 11:59pm April 21st. At this point any unsold tickets will be make available to those on the waitlist in order of their waitlist position.
If you are unable to to attend the event please use the “release my spot” link at https://tickets.tohyperborea.ca/ it as soon as possible so the next person can receive it and keep the process running smoothly. If you have any further questions in regards to ticketing please reach out to email@example.com
If you are attending with an RV please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know the size of your vehicle. We want to ensure that we have enough space for every attendee. Please note that RVs that have not been approved by Placement will not be allowed in the camping areas.
We are always on the lookout for more rangers!
Rangers are participants who volunteer a portion of their time to ensure the safety and well being of participants. They are not cops or security guards, or nor are they here to stop anyone from having any experience they want. Their efforts are non-confrontational & unobtrusive. For example – they won’t stop you from climbing up that giant piece of art, but will call for help if you fall off.
If you interested in volunteering to be a Ranger for Hyperborea, being a liaise with the community, other departments and external agencies,there will be training pre-event and at the event. Please email the ranger leads at email@example.com for more information.
Hyperborea is run entirely by our team of amazing volunteers. The more hands we have making the festival run the better it is and we’d love you to be part of it. given the ability to select various volunteer shifts, below is a link to some descriptions around those positions.
Remember, if you volunteer 8 hours in good standing at Hyperborea, you get access to the volunteer directed sale the following year. If you have any questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org
More information in regards to opportunities can be found here http://www.tohyperborea.ca/volunteer/volunteer-opportunities/
The Fire Art Safety Team is here to help participants safely bring fire art to Hyperborea. This includes fire performances, controlled burns, and flame effects. Our department is comprised of experienced artists, fire safety volunteers, and trained professionals.
Ahead of Hyperborea we are here to inform you of requirements for fire safety.
Flame effects must comply with NFPA160 and must be inspected by FAST. When you arrive at the event with a flame effect please check in with FAST for a quick inspection. If you intend to burn an art piece you are responsible for a burn plan and staffing a perimeter. In either situation you need to contact FAST at email@example.com as soon as possible.
For additional information check out http://www.tohyperborea.ca/participate/fire/
With everyone’s respective timetables being moved back, we are also moving back the deadline for Theme Camp registration to April 29th.
If you have a Theme Camp you want to run this year sign off on the form below, it will ensure we can properly place your camp as we design the city. If you apply for after the 29th, we will still try and place your camp, it may just not make it onto the official map. You can submit your theme camp with this handy link:
Got space in a vehicle, or looking for a ride to Hyperborea? One of our participants set up this Rideshare page to help co-ordinate things and we wanted to share it here:
Hyperborea Newbie Night #2
Have questions about Hyperborea? Want to meet your fellow Hyperboreans before the event and make new friends? Hyperborea Newbie Night #2 is happening May 1st, 7pm at the Firkin on King.
Come out, be merry, and perhaps even sort out a rideshare situation 🙂
You can find the event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1959434961053563