FUN: Making sure everyone has a good time at the concert
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There are really only two reasons Canadians go viral online: It's cold or we do something nice. Well it's summer so you know this isn't weather related.
At the Ottawa Bluesfest on July 15 there was a young man in a wheelchair off to the side enjoying the Run the Jewels concert. The crowd, described by band member Killer Mike as the "kindest, gentlest mosh pit ever," picked the fan up and helped him crowd surf to the front of the stage. When the guys in Run the Jewels saw what was happening not only did they tell security to help him over the security railing, they then had them bring the young man up on stage for the rest of their concert.
It gets better.— Goodable (@Goodable) July 18, 2022
When the band noticed what happened, they brought him on stage for the rest of the concert.
Then, they took pictures with him and gave him a signed setlist. pic.twitter.com/HnCk5OLJPe
If you had a Nintendo 64 in the 90s you more than likely played Mario 64. If you've ever played the game, or even watched it be played (the game has an incredibly popular speed running community online) you have likely heard the 64 bit game's unique Mario theme.
A clip of two guys recreating the theme has gone viral, and you can see why.
This is the most impressive thing I’ve ever seen. Bob-omb Battlefield - Super Mario 64 pic.twitter.com/5lnysQhGLF— Rebecca Stone (@forestminish) July 18, 2022