65,000 people in Hyde Park casually create one of the great Bohemian Rhapsody performances

Just had to put this up here, because it’s wonderful:

These people were waiting for a Green Day concert when Bohemian Rhapsody started playing over the speakers …

About David Walker

David Walker runs publishing consultancy Shorewalker DMS (shorewalker.net) and is commissioning editor of Acuity magazine. David has previously edited the award-winning INTHEBLACK business magazine, been chief operating officer of online publisher WorkDay Media, held policy and communications roles at the Committee for Economic Development of Australia and the Business Council of Australia, and run the website for online finance start-up eChoice. He has written professionally on economics, business and public policy since 1987 and spent three years in the Canberra Press Gallery for News Limited and The Age.
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2 Responses to 65,000 people in Hyde Park casually create one of the great Bohemian Rhapsody performances

  1. Nicholas Gruen says:

    Fabulous

    British crowds can sing a lot better than Australian ones – who don’t generally sing. British crowds at the football sing all the time.

  2. ozquoll says:

    They certainly do! I was once stuck on a Melbourne tram in a traffic jam; most of the people on board were British soccer fans. They started singing songs (“You all live in a convict colony, a convict colony”, etc etc). They sounded great, and I don’t think they repeated a tune in the half hour or so we were stationary.

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