Footage has emerged of a gig-goer riding their motorbike through a crowd at a show in New York.
As Loudwire report, the moment was captured during NYC hardcore band The Fight’s outdoor performance in Queens last Saturday (August 21).
The full performance was filmed by videographer Sunny Singh and is available to stream via Patreon (subscription required). However, he took to social media to share a clip of the hell-raising stunt.
“‘Babe let’s go to the show in Queens’ **the show in Queens**,” Singh captioned the post.
Earlier he wrote: “Shout out to the guy who drove a motorcycle into the pit for The Fight. Nearing my final form as a full blown meme account.”
You can see both of those posts below.
"Babe let's go see the show in Queens"
**the show in Queens**
Band: The Fight IG/fight.them.all
Listen to The Fight: https://t.co/gfCXJsi3zM
— hate5six (@hate5six) August 22, 2021
Shout out to the guy who drove a motorcycle into the pit for The Fight. Nearing my final form as a full blown meme account.
— hate5six (@hate5six) August 21, 2021
“This looks like something right out of a movie,” one viewer wrote in the comments section, with another adding: “Dude got a fuckin motorbike in the pit.” Elsewhere, a fan said: “This looks like good ol rowdy fun.”
While the biker succeeded in revving up the crowd, it appears that no one was injured during the stunt.
It was confirmed earlier this month that New Yorkers will soon be required to show proof of vaccination in order to attend indoor concerts. Enforcement of the so-called “Key to NYC Pass” will begin on September 13 in a bid to curb the rise in coronavirus cases.