Queen might just be the only band in history to hold a concert without actually being there. This incredible footage is of a crowd of thousands of people waiting to see Green Day perform listening and singing to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
There is something about large groups of people singing in unity that can make the hairs on your whole body stand up. Crowds don’t come much bigger than this crowd at Hyde Park in 2017 who not only knew all the words to the Queen anthem, but their timing was spot on. Enjoy their wonderful spontaneous performance in the video below.
This video was captured on July 1st, 2017 as the crowd was played pre-recorded music as they waited for Green Day to come on to the stage.
The crowd capacity that day was 65K, however, we don’t know exactly how many people were in this crowd, but it couldn’t be far off full capacity. If you like large groups of people singing in unity, you’ll love this next video.
Witness the amazing moment when thousands of strangers stuck in a tunnel chose to support each other by singing “Lean On Me”. There has been a lot of upsetting news around the world lately. Protests and riots, and destruction can make us feel that large groups of people are something to be feared. This isn’t always so. All the way back in 2009, Barack Obama was about to be inaugurated as the first African American man to become President of the United States.