What is a Flash Mob?
Where can Flash Mobs be performed?
How to create attention with a Flashmob?
A flashmob is an organized or choreographed gathering of people performing a movement or an activity either moving in the same direction, doing the same choreographed moves or all dressed the same way.
Flashmobs over the years have been spreading like a wild fire in popularity. Flash mobs first initially started in the USA in 2003 and since then there have been so many variations.
The Reason For Flash Mobs
Mainly to attract attention whether it be in front of a live audience but primarily to create a an online or on the internet buzz and following. Majority of flash mobs aim to get a large online viewing via various social media and online video streams. Usually large brands and companies coordinate a flashmob to go viral promoting their product, brand or service.
One of the Most popular Ever Flashmobs
Where are Flash Mobs Performed?
Flash mobs are usually performed in a large open space, normally in a street environment, a square or a plaza but there have been various flash mobs performed in water, on trains, in airports not only by humans but also by animals and people on bikes.
What flash mob can and have not yet been done?
The usual and most typical type of flash mob is by using dancers.
Streets United artists have previously created a football freestyle flash mob and can create the following flash mobs using specialised choreographers and coordinators:
Basketball Freestyle Flashmobs
BMX flatland Flashmobs
Double Dutch Skipping Flashmobs
Extreme Unicycling Flashmobs
Fire juggling Flashmobs
Football Freestyling Flashmobs
Martial Arts Flashmobs
DJ Flash Flashmobs
Parkour or Free running Flashmobs
Pogo Stick Flashmobs
Power rising or power bocking Flashmobs
Sign Spinner Flashmobs
Street Daners Flashmobs
Inline Skater Flashmobs
Roller Skating Flashmobs
Mountain Bike Trial bike Flashmobs
YoYo Freestyle Flashmobs
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