Join us as we attempt to break a
Guinness Book of World Record at Sand in the City!
We will attempt to host the world’s largest hula dance on Saturday, June 23rd at 4pm! The current record is held by Miyokojima City in Okinawa, Japan with 1,509 participants. In order to break the record, the Arvada Chamber of Commerce must gather at least 1,510 people to participate in a five minute choreographed hula dance.
For those looking to participate, the festival will be offering a two-for- one entry fee. Please plan on arriving at the park by 3pm at the latest in order to be counted as part of the world record. Please note children of all ages are welcome to attempt the record, but only those over the age of 10 will be a part of the official count.
Please wear Hawaiian-Luau clothing
(flowered shirts/dresses/skirts, grass skirts, flowers in your hair, etc)
Want to participate?
Please watch this video to learn the dance we will be performing! All participants must follow the dance (we’ll have instructors leading it) the entire 5 minutes to count towards the world record attempt.
SAND IN THE CITY 2018
Not looking to dance but want to help make history? In order to make this possible we need volunteers! Join us from 2:30-4:30 pm on June 24th and receive FREE admission to the festival after your shift! To volunteer, sign up with the link below under “World Record Help.”
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR!