It's a usual Green Day ritual, especially in English lands: before the American band takes to the stage, the sound system entertains the audience with Queen's 1975 Bohemian Rhapsody.
And so it was this July 1st, 2017, at the concert at Hyde Park, London, for the festival British Summer Time.
Thing is, instead of the usual buzz (chants, whistles) urging the arrival of the band everyone wanted to see, the London public did not beg and began to sing "Bohemian Rhapsody", without blemish, from start to finish.
What can be seen here is a chilling chorus of 65,000 people who spontaneously "embraced" the Queen's anthem with the best arguments.
At four o'clock in the heaviest section of music, the people shake their heads, sings fervently, and the spontaneous spectacle really becomes intense. On the stage, behind the battery, a camera captures the moment.
Without further delays, here's the video: