Wicked Audio, a leading designer and manufacturer of popular, aesthetically appealing headphones, has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records! The company that prides itself on sponsoring both mainstream and local bands at their respective concerts, branded its very own ice luge and bar with Backstage Artist Lounge, a company specializing in promoting rock tours across North America. Both companies built this record making ice luge and bar at Alaska’s BP World Ice Art Championships last week.
The challenge: create the world’s largest drink luge and bar from massive natural ice blocks in Fairbanks, Alaska during the World Ice Art Championships.
Although a number of records have been set for ice bars, sculptors and mazes, a record for the longest ice luge (icy beverage slalom) had never been set, making Wicked Audio a first-time record setter for such a phenomenon.
This record-setting creation is now the world’s largest ice bar and ice luge. The ice bar stretched 208 feet (beating the former 160 feet record). The ice luge began at the top of a 24-foot sculpture of a woman, measured 23 feet long, and was designed so drinks could be poured starting at her neck and run down the entire luge, creating the world’s first luge record. Mr. Sarelli, Crystal Creations, was responsible for the manpower behind this creation.
“At Wicked Audio we pride ourselves on being a company that breaks barriers and sets new trends. Not only do our products set us apart, but also our willingness to support both local and mainstream acts and to get involved in some out-of-the-ordinary grass roots support,” said Paul Marshall, VP of Sales, Wicked Audio. “This record setting booze luge is yet another illustration of what makes Wicked Audio a leader in the music and entertainment world.”