WANT TO REGISTER YOUR ART CAR, RV, CAMPER, OR SPACESHIP?

Are you bringing a vehicle to Transformus and planning to keep it somewhere that isn’t the parking lot?

Do you sleep in a van down by the river?

What about that dragon you’re riding–is it street legal?

Come on. Do it.

Transformus Vehicle Policy

Congratulations! You’re applying to bring something that’s not a tent….

Required information for ALL vehicles for application consideration:

  • Description of vehicle type: including make, model, year.
  • Written explanation as to why vehicle approval is being requested.
  • Written description of what the vehicle would contribute to Mysteria.
  • If vehicle is requesting to stay on-site for medical/accessibility reasons, requests are made by emailing the Accessibility Team at accessibility@transformus.com. Preference will be given to those requests made by July 1st. If approved, the location of requested vehicle to be determined by the Dept. of City Planning. Space reservations within Mysteria made by Dept. of City Planning.
  • If requesting to keep a vehicle on-site in Mysteria, vehicle request application must be completed by June 16th @ 6:16pm. Follow this link for the vehicle application: https://forms.gle/72LLbCs5yHTnC5oAA.

Art Cars:

    • Must be registered through vehicle application.
    • No size or decoration requirements (outside of being an art car).
  • Location of where art car will live when not roaming is required.

Box Trucks:

    • Allowed in the parking lot for duration of burn.
  • Exception: Only allowed in Mysteria if needed for critical Theme Camp infrastructure
    • If requesting to park a box truck within Mysteria is approved, box truck must not be visible from the road -OR- must visually present as art (Do your part to preserve Mysteria’s visual landscape — DECOMMODIFY your space).
      • Because “art” is subjective, DCP to make the final judgement call, based on majority vote of all DCP members.
          • Criteria used by DCP in making this decision: The box truck’s visual appeal contributes to the artistic landscape of the city significantly more than it detracts.
        • If it’s decided that box truck detracts from its surrounding artistic landscape, box truck must be moved to parking lot for the duration of the burn.

Buses:

    • Allowed in the parking lot for duration of burn.
  • Exception: Only allowed in Mysteria if needed for critical Theme Camp infrastructure and open for public use during camp’s hours of operation

RV’s, Motorhomes, Airstreams, Trailers: > 20ft long (dimensions without tongue)

  • Allowed in Argonath only: decoration or visual concealment not required, but strongly encouraged.
    • Trailers only allowed in Argonath if serving as a sleeping vehicle. Otherwise, to be moved to the parking lot for the duration of the burn.

RV’s, Motorhomes, Airstreams, Motorized Pop-up Campers: < 19ft long (dimensions without tongue)

    • Allowed in Argonath: decoration or visual concealment not required, but strongly encouraged.
  • Exception: Allowed in other neighborhoods if….
    • Fully decorated, visually concealed or completely hidden from view → subject to DCP approval (take this opportunity to contribute some special, never before seen art to the visual landscape of Mysteria!)
        • Criteria used by DCP in making this decision: Its visual appeal contributes to the artistic landscape of the city significantly more than it detracts.
      • If it’s decided that it detracts from its surrounding artistic landscape, it must be moved to parking lot for the duration of the burn.

Trailers: < 19ft long (dimensions without tongue)

      • Allowed in the parking lot for duration of burn.
      • Exception 1: Allowed in Argonath (decoration strongly encouraged, but no visual concealment is required) if…
          • Required as a sleeping vehicle
          • And/or Required for storage of valuable equipment required for the burn AND you are camping with the trailer
        • And/or required as theme camp infrastructure.
    • Exception 2: Allowed in other neighborhoods if…
      • Fully decorated, visually concealed or completely hidden from view → subject to DCP approval (take this opportunity to contribute some special, never before seen art to the visual landscape of Mysteria!)
          • Criteria used by DCP in making this decision: The trailer’s visual appeal contributes to the artistic landscape of the city significantly more than it detracts.
            • If it’s decided that trailer detracts from its surrounding artistic landscape, trailer must be moved to parking lot for the duration of the burn.
        • Examples include:
            • Make your trailer ART! – Cover with tapestries; paint a pretty mural, etc. Make that trailer an artistic backdrop for your burn experience!
          • Hide your trailer within the trees, if it’s small enough. Make it one with the forest. If we can see your vehicle from the road – it’s not hidden well enough.
  • AND Required as a sleeping vehicle
      • OR Required for storage of valuable equipment required for the burn AND you are camping with the trailer.
    • OR required as theme camp infrastructure.

Defaultia Passenger Vehicles: ONLY allowed as critical camp infrastructure.

STOP + READ: Requirement for ANY Defaultia Passenger vehicles that may be approved: must position vehicle so car exhaust does not blow on fellow sleeping tents/walk-ways/main camp seating areas. Be a good neighbor!)

    • ALL vehicles remain in parking for duration of burn unless one of the following exceptions is granted. This is not a car-camping event.
    • Exception 1: Allowed as a sleeping vehicle ONLY if needed as critical infrastructure for persons with health issues/disabilitiesMedical/accessibility requests to be made by emailing the Accessibility Team at accessibility@transformus.com.
        • If requesting to camp in Open Camping → decoration is strongly encouraged, but visual concealment is not required.
      • If requesting to sleep within a Theme Camp → visual concealment is required. (Use those camp resources and get your camp members to help! Civic responsibility, baby!)
  • Exception 2: Allowed as critical camp infrastructure for Theme Camp for camp equipment security (NOT a sleeping vehicle).
    • If requesting to park within a Theme Camp for critical infrastructure needs → visual concealment is required.  

Non-motorized Pop-up Campers: (i.e. your camper is pulled by another vehicle)

    • Allowed in Argonath, decoration strongly encouraged, but no visual concealment is required.
  • Exception: Allowed in Theme Camps if…
      • Visually concealed as art or hidden within the trees.
    • Use this opportunity to create an artistic backdrop for your burn experience.  

END OF VEHICLE POLICY (**smooches**)