mosh pit


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mosh pit

n.
An area in front of a concert stage in which audience members mosh.

mosh pit

n
(Dancing) informal an area at a rock-music concert, usually in front of the stage, where members of the audience dance in a frantic and violent manner

mosh′ pit`


n.
Slang. an area usu. in front of a stage where people mosh at rock concerts.
[1985–90, Amer.]
Translations
pogokring
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Those who knew Jim socially have deep respect for his love of his wife Amee, his son Luke, his passion for skating, photography, "skate music and bands," the mosh pit and a good pint of beer.
Alin Marin, 22, wore the one-piece swimsuit to turn himself into a "human deposit box" for phones swiped while jostling with revellers in a mosh pit.
The Romanian national, of no fixed address, swiped the phones whilst jostling with gig-goers in the mosh pit during a Royal Blood concert at Arena Birmingham on November 18.
The audience (including myself) was largely of a certain age and for me, in that mosh pit, it was at times like stepping back to the clubs of the 80s and 90s all over again.
ENGLAND star Tom Heaton has revealed Burnley's secret weapon at Turf Moor - the hated Mosh Pit.
After walking in just two rows from the back it was like being in a mosh pit [with] paralytic 30-stone men falling over [and] children being elbowed in the face.
Durant, meanwhile, has rapidly made himself at home in the Bay Area, delighting fans after video footage emerged of him dancing in a mosh pit at a Kanye West concert in Oakland on Sunday.
In the middle of a mosh pit of full-grown men, Caguioa dropped on one knee, looked up into the eyes of his Fil-Australian girlfriend Lauren Hudson, and popped the question.
I watched a mosh pit in San Francisco once where they provided the puppies with a cake (yes, a real cake with icing
Hardcore and metal crowds are amazing to watch, they look like they are knocking lumps out of each other in the mosh pits but everyone adheres to mosh pit etiquette.
Before the show, Josh Shriber, the group's lanky frontman, knelt in an open area in front of the bimah, enthusiastically high-fiving the mosh pit of tots who crowded around him.
Later, city-kid cover stars Ratking impressed with a rowdy live set of their signature noisy rap, hitting us hard with some songs from their recently released debut and inciting a mosh pit.