- For the prize, see Awardy Award.
The Awardy Awards, also known as just the Awardies, is an event that appears in the Sonic Boom series. It is an annual gala held on Seaside Island where the Awardy Award is handed out to one of the local residents.
The Awardy Awards is a highly formal event held at the Mayor's Mansion. Only the nominees for the Awardy Award and their four closest friends can participate. As revealed so far, invitations to the event are handed by the mayor.
The majority of the guests at the Awardy Awards are highly sophisticated. As per the formal etiquettes for the event, it is custom to dress appropriately and exhibit proper manners. These procedures are entirely optional, but are usually followed, some of which to avoid embarrassment in the public.
At the beginning of the Awardy Awards, the guests can dine on elegant cuisine and mingle with the other guests. After that, the guests are treated to dinner, after which the Awardy Award will be awarded to the winner. Not showing up at the Awardy Awards means a nominee will forfeit their chances.
When the Awardy Awards arrived, Sticks the Badger was nominated for the Awardy Award after saving the Unnamed Village. Fearing embarrassment at the gala, the feral Sticks was trained by Amy to be a proper lady. Arriving at the Awardy Awards with her friends though, Sticks made several awkward and stressful attempts to fit in while Knuckles (surprisingly) made friends with Admiral Beaverton and Professor Cluckins.
At the Awardy Awards' dinner, Dr. Eggman showed up as a nominee (through electoral fraud). When Mayor Fink announced Leroy the Turtle as the winner of the Awardy Award however, Eggman attacked the attendies with his Ballot Stuffer Bot and Bee Bots to make them give him the award. When trying to stop him, Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy got captured by Eggman. Fortunately, Sticks snapped out of her "proper lady" stupor and ensured Eggman's defeat. Declaring herself the hero of the evening, Sticks took the Awardy Award from Leroy and reconciled with Amy about their differences.