Dragon Ball Z to Break a Guinness World Record for Most Fans Performing Simultaneous ‘Kamehameha Wave’ at SDCC

Fans will gather this Wednesday at San Diego Comic Con to make history and perform the worlds largest gathering of simultaneous Kamehameha Waves.

As a part of the 2019 Dragon Ball World Tour, this Wednesday at 4:00pm PST, Dragon Ball fans will gather en masse to break a world record and have their names included in the Guinness World Record history books. The world’s largest collective of simultaneous Kamehameha Wave moves performed in a single gathering will take place in San Diego during SDCC.


Joining the event, is esteemed FUNimation English voice actor, Sean Schemmel (Goku, King Kai), and a thousand scouters that will be provided as gifts to the first 1,000 fans that arrive on the scene.

Come be a part of Dragon Ball and Guinness World Records history! The 2019 Dragon Ball World Adventure will open with a special Guinness World Records attempt to become the largest gathering of people simultaneously performing the iconic Kamehameha super energy attack move.

Fans will gather on Wednesday, July 17 at 3:30 p.m. at the 2019 Dragon Ball World Adventure on the Marriott Marina Terrace at the Marriot Marquis San Diego. The first 1,000 participants to arrive will receive a free Dragon Ball Scouter accessory to wear during the Guinness World Records attempt. The Kamehameha super energy attack move will be led by actor Sean Schemmel, the English voice of Dragon Ball character Goku. Guinness World Records will be onsite to supervise and validate the record attempt. 

For additional information on the 2019 Dragon Ball World Adventure including tour dates by location, please visit www.db-tour.com.

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