Awaken A Cappella group sang the national anthem and a Stevie Wonder mashup at the start of Dance Marathon.
UCLA Taara performs Indian-Western fusion dance to entertain and rile up the audience.
A group of students takes a break from dancing by playing giant Connect 4 outside the dance floor.
Taste the Rainbow, a UCLA-based LGBTQ dance team, performed a fast-paced urban number at the 2019 Dance Marathon.
Dontá Morrison speaks to the crowd about his experience with HIV, reiterating the importance of staying informed about sexual health and challenging the current generation of college students to be the last at-risk group.
Third-year theater student and drag queen Lorelei, who performs in venues around Los Angeles, incorporated a skit about pre-exposure prophylaxis, commonly known as PReP which is a preventative medication meant for people who are at high risk of getting HIV, into her dance routine.
Singer DaniLeigh headlined at Dance Marathon where she performed her unreleased track, ''Pleasure.''
Morale Committees perform a synchronized dance routine every hour to keep the energy high.
LostBoyCrow jams onstage as dancers groove into the 13th hour.
Dancers hold up glow sticks to acknowledge HIV/AIDS misconceptions and stigmas during a Sunday morning vigil about the global pandemic.
Sophomore dance student Bella Stenvall stretches just after 3 a.m.
Molly Sazer-Hopf from Berkeley-based musical act Molly with Charles looks at the crowd during their 5 a.m. performance.
Team Purple participates in a color wars competition to unknot 10 teammates without unlinking hands.
Students celebrate participating in their fourth consecutive Dance Marathon.
Those who have participated in Dance Marathon in all four years at UCLA will have accumulated 100 hours of dancing by 9 a.m. on the second day.
Workers for the Pediatric AIDS Coalition take breaks from their other duties to dance among the rest of the students.