Burning Man is set to come to an end in Black Rock City, Nevada next week and while many of the tens of thousands of attendees are focused on the art, some are focused on a different type of expression. Several participants chose to make their way to the Orgy Dome run by a group called And Then There’s Only Love, The Sun reported Wednesday.

The 24-hour giant tent is advertised as a safe, “sex-positive, consensual space for couples and moresomes to play.” All sexual orientations including straight, lesbian, gay, bi, poly-amorous or monogamous are welcomed to participate in the activities that take place in the tent. 

One attended spoke with Cosmopolitan, recalling her experience in the Orgy Dome. The woman explained that the process to get into the sex tent was long because the workers had to make sure participants knew about the importance of verbal consent. 

She told the publication, “I didn't realize there was such a process to getting in. We were interviewed to make sure we were sober enough to consent and [to check] that we understood all the rules.”

Last year’s Burning Man Orgy Dome had more than 5,000 people join in to enjoy what the inhabitants inside the tent had to offer. Inside the tent, individuals will find massage tables, mattresses lining the walls, sheets, couches and the essentials like lubricants and condoms. 

While inside the dome, festival attendees can also find classes on sadomasochism, group erotic massage and theme nights, ranging from threesome specials to competitions for the “loudest moaners.”

An attendee told Cosmopolitan that the organizers of the dome are careful to make sure that everyone who goes in, intend to have sex. Those who enter and sit around rather than participate are asked to leave.

The sex tent is also divided into areas that are designated for couples and other sections with labels like "open for more," which means couples can be approached by others who want to have an experience with multiple partners.