Flash mob video is always the most interesting thing to watch.
Flash mob dancing, flash mob singing, and flash mob orchestra are all awesome.
I always wanted to be a part of a flash mob but I have never had any chance. One day, I wanted to be a starter of a flash mob like a woman in the video below.
It was a woman playing her oboe, who attracted people’s attention at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum on a normal day. All of a sudden an oboe player started the wonderful stage.
As a crowd notices that something was going on, a crowd forms around her and more musicians join in the song.
In 2014, the United States Air Force Band surprised the visitors with their musical talents.
For this wonderful moment, more than 100 airmen joined for this special stage. It was not predictable for the visitor so looking at their facial surprised expressions is also very interesting in the video below.
They performed the holiday favorites for the visitors, “Greensleeves/What Child Is This” and “Carol of the Bells.”
The whole museum was filled with Band’s voices and instruments by the end and all of the visitors regardless of their age and gender enjoyed the whole performance.
I wish I was there with my own harp!
Their performance was wonderful and it went so well together with the museum and the crowd.
This is one of the greatest holiday surprises ever! These airmen plan a new unpredictable surprise every year and I’m already excited to see this year’s performance!
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