65,000 Fans Break Into a Singalong of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” at a Green Day Concert in London’s Hyde Park

Last week, Green Day played a massive concert in London's Hyde Park. But arguably the climax happened before the band even took the stage. Prior to the show, the stadium piped Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" through the speakers, at which point a massive singalong got underway. As one YouTuber put it, "Only Queen can rock a stadium without even being there," a testament to their enduring influence. Enjoy the show.

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