(Editor’s update: we now have a link to an article that describes the Lyft Art Park, where several Burning Man art pieces are on display, including the Neverwas Haul, while visitors wait for their Lyft drivers.)
From Lyft’s blog: “Starting on Wednesday, Sep. 26 and running through Friday, Jan. 4, 2019, Lyft passengers can experience the first-of-its-kind Lyft Art Park on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street. The Lyft Art Park is home to some of the most awesome art cars and pieces from the Playa, including 30-foot animatronic ballerinas, polar bears and robots in an immersive experience for all ages to explore, enjoy and engage with.”
Video from CBS Channel 8 News:
Also in the Las Vegas Review Journal: “While waiting for a ride in downtown Las Vegas, you might expect to see lively bachelorette parties piling into limousines or tipsy tourists hailing taxis. Or you might see a 30-foot-tall ballerina dancing toward a mobile Victorian home.
Lyft’s Art Park merges the efficient with the artful. The pick-up and drop-off hub serves as something of an outdoor museum for wayward art installations.”
Play the game of “Where’s Waldo?” by looking at this photo of Las Vegas. Somewhere in there is the Neverwas Haul, one of several Burning Man art pieces on display at the 2018 “Life is Beautiful” festival. (Photo was found here.)
Related: This beautiful video poem is worth watching.