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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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Sporting a midriff-exposing studded leather outfit, Cyrus managed to out Idol during the song, stealing the show with her crowd-surfing and headbanging.
An inquest heard he Charles had became upset after injuring a fan while crowd-surfing at the festival.
As the band pounded out tunes such as "Hopes and Dreams," several conference delegates began crowd-surfing, meaning that they dove off the stage, or ascended from the "mosh pit" -- the area directly in front of the stage where people crowd around and slam into one another -- and were passed along overhead by members of the crowd until they tumbled to the floor.
Mindless chant-along choruses were the norm, while the only real moment of interest came to the fore when singer Andrew Metcalfe tried his hand at a spot of crowd-surfing.
Orchestrating huge mosh-pits and mass crowd-surfing, he led the band through a fast, aggressive set.
And the format couldn't be further from the moshing and crowd-surfing of the typical stadium gig.
They ended on a high with This Fire and singer Alex Kapranos crowd-surfing.
Later, in true uni-style the gig was a typical lager-swilling, crowd-surfing student affair.
Drawing on every showbiz cliche (soap bubbles, exploding confetti, crowd-surfing, wind machines), their performances are highly artificial and ironic, playing on their audience's knowledge of (at least some of) the sources from which their aesthetic is derived.
PAPISS CISSE has had to wave goodbye to his crowd-surfing goal celebration.
Encore tracks When I'm Alone and Local Boy, again from No Love Lost, kept the audience crowd-surfing and bouncing right to the end, before Jam classic Eton Rifles was given a more than credible play.