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crowd surfing

n.
The action or diversion of being passed by hand above a densely packed crowd, as at a rock concert.

crowd surfing

n
(Pop Music) the practice of being passed over the top of a crowd of people such as an audience at a pop concert
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Snapchat's Crowd Surf feature is already available on the Our Stories section of the app.
The singer closed with her hit song Roar and, as she finished the track, she jumped over the security barrier to crowd surf in the mass of fans who had cheered during her set.
Her risque performance saw her crowd surf, head bang and grind.
Bruce Springsteen has been proving you are never too old to crowd surf.
Her cover of Lesley Gore's That's The Way Boys Are saw her proclaim the 60s star the "number one most important female pop singer", while she declared the band's ambition on this tour was "to make one person crowd surf in the UK every night" (she got her wish during Something in the Way).
In the 42-second clip, Phelps first pumps up the crowd at the XS nightclub in Las Vegas and then gets into an inflatable raft in his attempt to crowd surf.
After one passed out at the front of the stage, he asked them to look after one another and,if they were going to crowd surf, to do so with elegance.
I don't always crowd surf but sometimes it is an expression of pure joy or just for a practical reason - getting to the bar and getting to know my public on the way.
This crowd is better than Glastonbury,' Wilson said the night after he played to 70,000 at the festival, where during his set one fan tried to crowd surf on a surf board.
We crowd surf since Dan landed on someone and hurt them a bit in the US.
It's no wonder Clarke claimed the Barras is the best venue in the world and told fans to ignore signs ordering them not to throw beer or crowd surf.
At one point Carter and Carroll challenged each other to a crowd surf race, which the guitarist promptly won - aided by a diligent audience.