Fuego De Mayo is held May 2nd – May 5th in Monticello, Florida.
Address: 1593 W Washington St, Monticello, FL 32344 (30.5446425,-83.8936457)


Adults (18+)

Tier 1 – $56 Now (VOLUNTEER SPECIAL) Members and Verified Volunteers only, contact us thru the volunteer sign up page. Limit 5

Tier 2 – $66 Feb 1st thru March 1st, at 11:59 pm

Tier 3 – $76 March 1st thru April 1st , at 11:59 pm

Tier 4 – $86 April 1st thru May 4th, at 11:59 pm

Young Adult (12-17) – $40
Child (3-11) – $25

***Note: Child invite rates do not change***


This is for those of you who feel drawn to come home to Xanadu, but don’t think you can afford a ticket.

Maybe you’re an artist, a student, between jobs, or are younger or older than the average working professional.

Maybe you are working hard to support a family on a tight income, or just plain can’t spare the dough. Whatever the reason…

Well, guess what? You might still be able to make it to write to floridaenfuego@gmail.com

What Information Should I Put in My Application?

We want to hear about how you plan to participate and about your financial situation. A few words aren’t enough for us to get a full picture.

Second, include a clear demonstration of your financial needs and/or perils with supporting documentation.

The most common documentation for proof of income includes:
Pay stub
Bank Statements (personal & business)
Copy of last year’s federal tax return.
Wages and tax statement (W-2 and/ or 1099)



For volunteering opportunities, please fill out a volunteer application.

Volunteer Deadline – May 4th,  at 11:59pm


Registration closes April 14th,  at 12pm.


Registration closes  April 14th, at 12pm.


Due by , March. 31,


Registration closes April 28th at 9pm.


EA ONLY –  May 2nd, at 9am – Midnight

Friday, May 3rd, 9am – Midnight

Saturday, May 4th, 9 am – 6 pm

EXODUS – Sunday, May 5th,  2 pm



Volunteers & Theme camps will be eligible for Early Arrival (EA) for the event. EA for the event will be Thursday, May 2nd at 9am- midnight. If you need to make special arrangements to arrive earlier for any reason, please let us know in your request. (1) EA pass will be provided per volunteer. Additional passes may be requested for significant others, children, or travel mates. (5) EA passes will be allotted per camp. If you require more than (5) EA passes, please provide your reason for needing more in your request. To request EA, email themecamps@floridaenfuego.org with the full names (as they appear on their ID) of each participant requiring an EA pass. This submission is due no later than April 28th. Please know that no one will be allowed through the gate early without EA AND and invite. Remember we own Xanadu so if you would like to come weeks early to pick your camp site, clear the land and build semi permanent structures for your camp you are welcome to. First you must clear it with the land owner (please send any and all requests to floridaenfuego@gmail.com)  and once approved and the work is done that spot is yours as long as you do your do diligence. You must have great LNT, be interactive, be an enhancement to Xanadu, and have no incidents where the rangers/EC have had to eject someone. So come early, come often and build to your dreams!!!


NO PETS will be allowed entry without proper service animal documentation. NO EXCEPTIONS. If you will be bringing a service animal, your pet must wear its identification at all times along with an event band on its collar. All pets must be on leash at all times during the event. Please consider that this is North Florida in the swamp. We have large birds of prey, snakes, ticks (lots of ticks) and alligators. Make sure to keep your pet safe from these indigenous creatures.


NO PETS will be allowed. Properly documented service animal service animals are welcome. NO EXCEPTIONS. Service animals have always been welcome at Xanadu. If you will be bringing a service animal, your companion must wear its gifted glow collar at all times along with an event band on the collar. All animals must be on a leash at all times during the event. Please consider that this is North Florida in the swamp. We have large birds of prey, snakes, ticks (lots of ticks) and alligators. Make sure to keep your service animal safe from these indigenous creatures.

To all participants, we ask that you treat these service animals and their companions with the courtesy and respect they deserve. If you see that they are wearing a collar with a band then trust that they have been permitted to the property and they should be welcomed as members of our community. Please NEVER TOUCH a service animal without first getting permission from its companion. CONSENT ALWAYS IS REQUIRED in all things in our community! Please be aware of this at all times. These animals are working whether or not you see it that way and your energy can affect them and how well they can do their service. The companion has no way of knowing if something you have in your system may be transmitted to their animals through direct contact. Please be respectful if you are not given permission, this could be for many reasons that have nothing to do with you and everything to do with the companion or animal. We are an all inclusive community, please extend that to our service animal Phambly. Consent is NOT a Principle, IT THE LAW! DO NOT TOUCH A PERSON, ANIMAL, OR THING WITHOUT CONSENT PLEASE! Service animals MUST BE ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES. You will only be given one warning, then you will be asked to leave.