The 22nd anniversary of the release of "The Hampsterdance Song" was celebrated with a channel event in 2022.
All of the rips uploaded referenced hamsters in some way. This was often via "The Hampsterdance Song" being used as the joke; alternatives involved the advertised track, the advertised game, or a different joke having a connection to hamsters. The first two rips released during this event were also related to the United States of America, due to July 4th being Independence Day in the United States.
The channel banner was changed to have fireworks on either side, an American flag on the right side, and hamsters from various sources. From top to bottom and left to right, they are:
- Hampton and the Hampsters from "The Hampsterdance Song" music video
- Scared Hamster
- The hamsters from the original Hampsterdance website
- Staring Hamster wearing an Uncle Sam hat and holding a firework
- More hamsters from the original Hampsterdance website
- Chomik dancing with headphones
The channel's featured video for returning subscribers was changed to "The Hamster Dance Song - Just Dance Kids".
- See also: Category:Hampsterdance 22nd Anniversary
- The Star-Spangled Banner - 1943: Midway Kaisen
- USA - Snood 2: On Vacation (DS)
- Invincible Lollipop (Alpha Mix) - Kirby's Dream Land
- Invincible Candy (Beta Mix) – Kirby and the Forgotten Land
- Monkey Salsa - Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak
- Rick the Hamster (OST Version) - Kirby's Dream Land 2
- Winter Wrap Up - Friendship is Epic
- Wario's Gold Mine (Mario Kart Wii) (Beta) - Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games
- Bonus Barrage - Donkey Kong Land
- Sticker Album / Album / Chronicle - Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- Minigames - Hamsterz Life
- A Real Boy (Extended Version) - Deltarune
- Tooty's Theme (OST Version) - Banjo-Kazooie
- Super Mario All Stars + Super Mario World SMW Athletic (Beta Mix)
- Harvey the Wonder Hamster - Weird Al's Museum of Natural Hilarity
- Hamutaro Tottokouta - Donkey Konga
- Chocolate Dining - The Munchables
- Japanese Title Screen (Tottoko no Uta) - Hamtaro Ham-Hams Unite!
- Caramelldansen (OST Version) - Caramellagirls
- Rick the Hamster (Alpha Mix) - Kirby's Dream Land 2
- Options - Pac-Man Championship Edition (NES)
- Steel Cage - Hamsterz Life
- Yuujou no Change - Love Live! School idol festival
- Postman's Rush - Hamtaro Ham-Hams Unite!
- In-Game Stage - Hamster Cookie Factory
- Boss - Flying Hamster
- Wood Carving Cage - Hamsterz Life
- Title Theme - Town's Tale with Ebichu
- Map - Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak
- Circus (Nails Grating Across a Chalkboard Mix) - Five Nights at Freddy's
- Main Theme (iPod Touch Version) - Nyan Cat!
- Rick the Hamster (Beta Mix) - Kirby's Dream Land 2
- Standard Cage - Hamsterz Life
- The Carrying Dance (Carrying Crane Boss BGM) - Sexy Parodius
- On to Grasstown (Wii Version) - Cave Story
- The Hamster Dance Song (Short Version) - Just Dance Kids
- Hi-Spec Robo Go! - Hard-Boiled Heavy Boss - Sonic Mania Plus
- Ruby Illusions - Final Boss (In-Game Version) - Sonic Mania
- Mermaid girl (CD Version) - beatmania IIDX 18 Resort Anthem
- Sparkle Park (I Wanna Love U) - Toree 2
- Credits - Hamtaro: Ham-Ham Heartbreak
- The last rip uploaded before this event began, "Paranoid - Rock n' Roll Racing", uses "America, Fuck Yeah" from Team America: World Police as its joke. This may have been meant to give a false pretense for the nature of the event.
- The creation of a hamster-based event that significantly focuses on usage of "The Hampsterdance Song" on Independence Day is most likely a reference to a segment from the Season 18 Family Guy episode "The Movement," in which the United States national anthem is replaced with "The Hampsterdance Song." The scene itself is referenced in the first rip of the event, "The Star-Spangled Banner - 1943: Midway Kaisen".