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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.
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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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Also in his repertoire are crowdsurfing stunts, spraying champagne bottles and riding rafts across packed dance floors at music festivals like Tomorrowland.
Their sound is somewhere between Primal Scream and The Happy Mondays, with an extra theatrical element (often you see dancer David Blair crowdsurfing on an inflatable unicorn) that makes them an undeniably enjoyable band to watch perform.
I woke up to loads of pictures of the smiley crowdsurfing at Liam Gallagher.
Hamilton, who trails Sebastian Vettel by one championship point ahead of the Silverstone race, toasted his triumphs in 2016 and last year by crowdsurfing with the fans.
The Brit toasted his fourth consecutive victory on home soil by performing his now customary crowdsurfing celebration with his army of home supporters at Silverstone.
After crowdsurfing on a packed train to their thirsty celebrations in town on Easter Monday night, they made a predictably sluggish start and fell behind after 18 minutes.
In turn, Bumblefoot took the chance to go crowdsurfing and lie at the front of the stage while he shredded away ...
These pass microtubules above them, like an audience crowdsurfing entertainers on upraised hands.
Closing track Here We Go launched the crowd into a mass of moshing and crowdsurfing, which Mike himself joined.
Memorable moments over the past year have included Denis Sulta playing out on the street, DJ Haus crowdsurfing, Mike Dunn singing Phreaky MF on the mic and more dancefloor carnage than we can put into words.