Pillow Fighting

Pillow Fighting Teams

Every year at the 40th Annual World Pillow Fighting Championships grown men and women straddle the 'Slippery When Wet' pole and try to hang on for a title (mostly just hang on to the pole).

The audience always has a great time watching contestants slowly slither their way along the pole to the starting position while trying to keep their balance and holding onto a wet feather pillow in one hand and nothing but air in the other. If you have never tried it, it is harder than it looks. The Champions manage to make it look so easy that everyone wants to have a swing at it.

History

A well known Kenwoodian named Tom Rooney suggested that the World Pillow Fighting Championships be held in Kenwood at the 4th of July Celebration. A pole was made to span the Los Guillicos Spring Creek, the creek was then filled with mud and the Pillow Fights were ready to make history. The World Pillow Fighting Championships, now a Kenwood tradition, is now one of the most highly anticipated events of the summer. Since then the Pillow Fights have receive National and International recognition via television, radio and print publications. Folks travel from all over the world to take part in the pillow fight competition, either as a contestant or as sideline observers. Whatever their involvement, people young and old alike enjoy this now famous and unusual competition.

World Pillow Fighting Championships

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