The audience at London's Emirates Stadium did a pretty great job keeping itself occupied while waiting for Green Day to perform on June 1.
When Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" began playing, the crowd of more than 60,000 people spontaneously joined in. Fortunately, YouTube user Georgie Gwyther was on hand to capture the moment for posterity.
Redditor Gadder submitted the 3-minute video to the social news site on Sunday, where it received more than 300 comments -- including one from the person who originally uploaded the clip.
"I took this video!" Georgie_G wrote. "Was such an amazing night, my first Green Day gig :)"
The event set a new attendance record for the stadium, according to NME, beating out crowds from Coldplay and Bruce Springsteen shows.
We think Freddie Mercury would be proud.