Upon arrival students were handed three tickets that could be used for any of the special attractions that were featured. There was a roaming magician who awed the students withwhat seemed to be impossible tricks.Along with the magician there were a few other attractions that had a never-ending line.The biggest hit of the night seemed to be the caricature artist who drew cartoon like figures of each person. Another big hit was the cotton candy tent. The last major attraction was a Fortune Teller. Junior, Riley Baldwin says, "I only went to one booth due to the lines being so long. Iwish that there could’ve been at least two people working each stand so more people could’ve gotten through."
If you weren’t found outside you could surely be found under the big top where the DJ had everyone on their feet and dancing. Left and right there were students dancing andfist pumping along with the beats. Located in the middle of the floor was a pedestal where brave students could show off their favorite moves for the crowd. One of the funniest moments of the night was when seniors, Hadley Figueroa and Joseph ‘Taco’ Saucedo, climbed on top of the pedestal and slow danced together for the crowd. About half way through the night the DJ settled down and ASB members, Haylee Jackand Summer Nguyen took the stage to announce the homecoming king. Queen Arisa Joi patiently waited along with the crowd to see who would be named king. The student body was quiet and quickly erupted into applause when it was announced that Arisa’s date, Patrick Garcia, was homecoming king 2014. The night continued with crazy dancing and smiles all around.Senior Daniel Salgado says, “It was pretty fun and breath taking…literally. Overall I’m glad I went and I feel like all people should go to at least one dance.”
Overall the dance seemed to be a success.