For everybody who has been to a concert, they will know that it is one of the most joyous situations. You get to see your favourite bands alongside thousands of other fans and feel a sense of unity.
There can be some negatives, of course, the long queues for the bathroom, overpriced pints, the chance of rain and people crammed together like sardines. But we wouldn’t have it any other way.
While at Green Day’s Revolution Radio Tour in London, the crowd were starting to get restless in between sets and while the stage crew were setting up the equipment, the sound technicians decided to play some music through the speakers to keep the crowd entertained.
The 65,000+ strong crowd all gathered in absolute solidarity to sing the classic Queen anthem, Bohemian Rhapsody.
If you’ve ever been to a concert, you will understand the sense of belonging when a large group of people all bond over a communal singalong. And what a way to get people going with such an iconic piece of British rock royalty.
Freddie Mercury once said “I won’t be a rock star. I will be a legend.” and this shows just how strong his legacy has lasted.