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‘When you are holding an Air Guitar, you can’t be holding a gun’ – Ancient Air Guitar Proverb.

Quite truly, nothing could be further from hurting someone then playing an Air Guitar. It is a thing of zen that welcomes all who step forward to embrace it. It is said that no two snowflakes are the same. So it is with Air Guitarists. All are encouraged to participate and celebrate world peace. Like a bunch of hippies.

It’s one-minute of rocking out to your favourite song. If you are ‘good’ at it, you could win a bunch of prizes, a trip to Finland, never-to-be-denied infamy.

The 2017 Air Guitar World Championships takes place in Oulu, Finland on Aug. 23rd-25th. It is the 22nd annual competition of musical mime and well-adorned stage virtual masturbation. Our lucky Canadian Champion will win the experience of a lifetime by representing Canada at this United Nations of wacky wonderful weirdos. For example…

So in 2017, we’re bringing the love and licks with a full and growing slate of Air Guitar Championships in cities across Canada. Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Saskatoon, Red Deer and Medicine Hat are back. Stony Plain Alberta, Hamilton and North Simcoe Ontario are in the works. Our big show National Championships is July 15th in Toronto. Registration is now open. There is no cost to enter. Prizes to be won. Bring your friends. Party on.

Just so you know…We don’t do this just because we like to jump around in spandex and rocker wigs. While all that’s, like, super awesome – we really do this to raise money for our charity Right To Play. They are a not for profit organization that helps over 1million children ever week world-wide with their programs that use sport and play to lift the lives of kids who are facing adversity from poverty, war, displacement and disease. We are always looking for new Air Guitarists, new fans and new sponsors – so don’t be boring and come out to play.

Join us in making 2017 better by picking up an Air Guitar in the name of World Peace and our charity Right To Play Canada. We had a pregnant woman, a 73rd old, a nuclear physicist, and a postal worker participate in 2016. We can still do better.



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