Tag: outdoor concerts
Our week of Austin City Limits Festival entries continues with this one submitted by Kenneth.
We know from experience that as the fest gets more crowded every year, it’s not always easy to find space to do yo thang, so we applaud this guy for not only having room to move, but doing it in elevated style on some sort of improvised dance platform. You keep enjoying that Yeasayer set. Stay dancy, my friend.
As proprietors of a website that features videos people being filmed dancing at concerts, you’d think we were into the mockery aspect foremost, but tell us honestly: who’s more annoying in the video above? The two guys rocking out and having a great time or the peanut gallery behind the camera offering smug commentary on what they’re filming?
Don’t be jealous just because some people know how to have a great time and you don’t. It’s just unbecoming.
We didn’t know there was such a meme as Guile’s theme from Street Fighter being mashed up with random videos but we fully support the effort. Well done, Internet.
We’d say be glad he’s not your dad, but until the paternity test comes back, we’ll just keep our mouths shut.
When performing a Rain Dance at a concert, especially one in which a world music artist like M.I.A. is performing, you must consider not only the durability of your props, but also their aesthetic value. Are the colors pleasing? Will using, say, an umbrella, give the Rain Gods the proper hint of your intentions? Do you have an actual dance to go with that prop or is it the other way around? A good prop won’t make a good Rain Dance but a bad prop will absolutely kill a Rain Dance.
(Video submitted to us by Kevin. Thank you, Kevin!)
For the first time, we bring you STEREO PEOPLE DANCING AT CONCERTS VISION! A dance so powerful, so important, so mindblowing that you will see it from two different perspectives!
One woman. Multiple hops. Two videos. Two legs and arms. One massive beat (made up of a lot of individual beats). One music break and A Capella breakdown. At least six shimmies. Three WOOs!
You cannot count the value we are bringing to you with mere numbers! You have to feel this. Uh… dawg?
You are welcome, Internet!