Embrace your inner child and get ready for the slide of your life! Slide the City is bringing the biggest water party of the summer to your city. Grab your swimsuit and speed down this one of a kind 1000ft slip and slide. There will be music, dancing, food, drinks, and even some swag for sale so you can soak up the sun in style.
At Slide The City Fayetteville we will have two sessions. The Day Session will be from 11am – 3pm with an additional two hours from 9am – 11am for Unlimited Sliders. The Evening Session will be from 5:30pm – 9pm with an additional two hours from 3:30pm – 5:30pm for Unlimited Sliders. If you’d like to attend both sessions, you must have a ticket to each. Please select your session/wave time during the registration process.
Bikes, bussing, public transportation, and carpooling are encouraged. If you must bring your car, be prepared to walk a short distance to the event.
Before you jump on the Slide, head to the registration tent to check-in and pick up your goodies. Based on what you registered for, you will receive a wristband which gives you access to ride the Slide. Hang onto your wristband or you won’t be able to ride! For maximum speed and safety all sliders must have an inflatable tube to ride.
Children must be at least 46 inches tall or 5 years old to slide. If they don’t meet either requirement they will be denied access to the slide. Riders must also go down on their own tube. Lapriding is not permitted.
You’re more than welcome to line up ahead of time but the water doesn’t start to flow until the specified start time. We accept the last slider in line 30 minutes before the Slide closes. We try our best to keep the line moving, please expect up to a 45 minute wait to slide. The earlier you come, the more you’ll be able to Slide the City.
If there is a little rain it only means there will be more water on the Slide!
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