Mayor Berry Vrbanovic and members of Kitchener City Council are challenging residents to take the Kitchener Safety Dance Challenge. It’s easy to learn the moves, record the video, post it online and be entered for your chance to win.

The Kitchener Safety Dance Challenge:

  • Visit for the safety dance soundtrack and chorography.
  • Learn the moves, record the dance on your own or with some friends and family.
  • Post the Instagram reel to your Instagram story with hashtag #KitchenerSafetyDance, tagging @cityofkitchener and challenge at least two friends to do the same.

“As the pandemic wears on, it’s important that we keep public health safety measures top of mind,” said Kitchener Mayor Berry Vrbanovic. “Our safety dance challenge is a fun, lighthearted way to get up, move, and challenge friends and family to do the same. I’d encourage everyone – families with kids, teens, adults and seniors to all take the challenge.”

With prizes up for grabs, Kitchener residents are encouraged to be creative with their safety dance challenge entry. The grand prize winner will win a Campfire Evening Getaway prize pack. This prize pack includes a free reservation at the Stanley Park community centre fire pit on an evening of your choice as well as a $75 grocery store gift card to buy all of your favourite campfire snacks. Five random entry winners will also each win a $45 gift card to a local restaurant or bake shop. 

All month long, the City will be featuring safety dance contest entries on the City’s Instagram story.

One entry per person. Contest closes at 11:59 p.m. on March 31, 2021.

For more information visit the City’s Instagram Reel.

For more information: 
Shawn Falcao 
Manager, Corporate Communications