stage diving


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stage diving

The act of throwing one’s body from a concert stage onto the crowd, usually as a prelude to crowd surfing. Stage diving is most common in rock, punk and heavy metal concerts and may be part of a musician’s act.

Cons
Injury, fractures
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I'm also super impressed by where stage diving has gone.
Angelo: That kind of stuff (stage diving) be happening every show...at least every Fishbone show.
Jack Whitehall joins them on the sofa and James Blunt sings and talks about the perils of stage diving - tricky when your fan base tends to be middle class and middle aged.
Esta es una cancion de nuestro nuevo album* 'Into the Unknown.'” The course focuses amongst other things on live music experiences, from bouncers and queuing to ear plugs and stage diving.
Charismatic, with a roguish charm, and with a penchant for stage diving, it's easy to see what attracts some and maybe puts off others.
I''ve never seen so many people stage diving at a gig than at Pendulum shows.
Stage diving and inviting the audience to get on stage...
"As well as understanding more about alcohol units, the shoot also gave me a new found respect for stuntmen, as I had to retake the stage diving shot about 30 times."
Coun Mullaney (Lib Dem Moseley & Kings Heath) told a cabinet meeting that a pounds 60 million 50-metre swimming pool, which is being built next to the National Indoor Arena, would be the centrepiece of any Birmingham bid and would be used to stage diving events.
But they're over here to play a one-off date in the incongruous surrounds of National Museum Cardiff, so it's not like there's going to be an outbreak of stage diving or anything either.