It’s illegal in Utah to do a rain dance.
Though it would be consistent with our dumb liquor laws, it’s only a myth. Yes, it is illegal for private citizens to “perform services as a weather modifier,” but that applies to things like cloud seeding, so it’s unlikely you’ll get busted for a Rain Rhumba. And Salt Lake International Airport learned seeding clouds to clear fog was a failure. But, with climate change, both cloud seeding and precip pirouettes may see a comeback.
See more inside our 2017 September/October Issue.