Iowa's African-American Festival


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Attention college students, church member, sororities, fraternities, school groups, and individuals.  We need 3000 people at the Iowa Events Center at 1 PM!  Everyone is Welcome.  Join I’ll Make Me a World in Iowa on January 26, 2019 at 1 PM as we attempt to break a world record!!!  Yes that’s right, during Iowa’s African American Festival we will attempt to break the world record for the most people doing the wobble dance at once.   This is a part of our I’ll Make Me a World in Iowa Wellness Challenge.

If  your are familiar with the very popular line-dance called the Wobble then you should join us.  If you are not familiar, below are links to instructional videos.  Practice and join us.  Please bring your friends.  We can do this for Iowa.  Register here.

What:  An attempt to break a world record as documented by Guinness World Records.  Our goal is to have 3000 people in one place all doing the Wobble Dance at the same time.  We hope to have college students, church members, sororities, fraternities, civic & cultural groups, youth groups, school clubs, scouts, families, friends and everyone join us.

Who:  I’ll Make Me a World in Iowa, Iowa’s African American Festival invites EVERYONE who can do the dance to join us for this spectacular attempt to break the record.

When:  Saturday January 26, 2019.  Sign in starts at 10 AM.  We will Line up at 12 noon.  The Wobble Challenge will begin at 1 PM.  Also the festival is from 11 AM – 7 PM.  Please stay as little or as long as you like.

Where:  The Iowa Events Center’s Hy-Vee Hall 730 Third Street, Des Moines, IA 50309.  Report to the Festival Wobble Registration Table

Admission:  The event is free thanks to the support of our generous sponsors.  Purchasing a T-Shirt is optional and may be done on the registration link.

Register:  Click Here or use this link

Contact:  515.288.7171,  social media:  @worldiniowa

Hashtag: #IowaWobbles

Main Requirement:  You MUST know the dance and dance the whole song continuously which is about 7 minutes.

Instructional Videos:


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