Are flash mobs choreographed?

A flash mob is a group of people who give a choreographed but unannounced performance in a public space. There are lots of different flash mob styles, from pure entertainment to advertising to tributes to political protests.

Are flash mobs coordinated?

Flash mobs have become an international fad with a Michael Jackson tribute in Stockholm, Sweden, and a choreographed dance to the Sound of Music’s “Do Re Mi” in an Antwerp, Belgium, train station. And they are usually coordinated using social media like Facebook or Twitter.

Are flash mobs still a thing?

Today, flash mobs are still popular in many cities around the world. College campuses are also often popular spots for flash mobs.

What are flash mobs created for?

A flash mob (or flashmob) is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression. Flash mobs may be organized via telecommunications, social media, or viral emails.

What is Flashmob Spartacus?

This is the moment a group of film fanatics had Starbucks staff and customers in hysterics with their flashmob-style prank “I am Spartacus”. A man queues up and orders a drink, telling the staff member he is called Spartacus so she can write it on the cup.


Epic Proposal Flash Mob – Guy joins in and is AMAZING!

Surprise Flash Mob Wedding Dance


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