Thursday, July 01, 2021

Springbok Casino Shares Coolest Flash Mob Videos on YouTube


Springbok Casino searched the internet for flash mob videos, which are unique artistic expressions in performance style. They often trend on social media and Springbok has put together Ten uber Cool Flash Mobs on YouTube.

 A flash mob video showcasing the best of British music from the Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex, UK is the first video.

  A Moscow man walks through a crowd on a cold February day.  He carries a boom box, and starts a party that includes acrobatics, military personnel and ends with a bride and groom stepping out of a white limo.

 In Antwerp's Central Station, more than 250 people performed the first scene of Grease while in a Philippine prison, 1500 inmates performed Michael Jackson's “They Don't Care About Us.”

 At Bayonne's festival in France, 2000 participants came to dance to Lady Gaga’s Born This Way.

 Mexico City boasts the largest flash mob ever where 14,000 danced together to Michael Jackson's Thriller.

 Hundreds of people in New York City's Grand Central Station, froze for two minutes watching the flash mob video that has been viewed by 21.5 million people.

 Springbok Casino invites you to view these and other Cool Flash Mobs on YouTube.

 "A flash mob is when a group of people assemble suddenly in a public place, perform for a brief time, then quickly disperse," explained Springbok's manager, Daniel van Wyke. "They look random, but they're usually organized through social media and email."

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