Watch: Green Day crowd of 65,000 sings "Bohemian Rhapsody"

July 6, 2017


At a sold-out Hyde Park in London, Green Day was getting ready to cap off a punk-filled night for 65,000 who gathered for the show, but it was the crowd who stole the show.

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As Green Day was getting set to take the stage, Queen's infamous "Bohemian Rhapsody" came over the speakers and as you do when that song comes on, the entire crowd dropped whatever it was they were talking about and started singing.

How awkward would it be to be the only person in the crowd who didn't know the words? They even hummed along to Brian May's guitar solo! 

They did not, however, break out into a 65,000 part harmony, so that's pretty disappointing. This isn't the first time it's happened either! 

In London at Emirates Stadium in 2013, fans were waiting guessed it...GREEN DAY and more than 60,000 people erupted in their best Freddie Mercury impersonations.

Billie Joe comes to Seattle (well, Auburn) on August 1, and his son shows up with his band SWMRS at Summer Camp on August 12-13. While it isn't 60K, I think we'll find a few willing folks to sing to Queen with.

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