Watch as a scary “energy wave” topples a Lana Dey Rey crowd

A couple of days ago (August 17) Lana Del Rey was performing in Mexico City when suddenly a huge portion of the crowd was knocked over in a bizarre domino effect “energy wave.”

What happened? People are not sure, but it probably has something to do with principles of fluid dynamics applied to a crowd setting. Once the wave gets established and stars to move, there’s no way to stop a progressive crowd collapse. And it can happen fast.

Fortunately, no one was seriously injured.

Alan Cross

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