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Watch These Festival Security Guards Break It Down at Glastonbury

The high-energy sets at Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts are good enough to get everyone at the festival moving, and yes, we mean everyone. The security guards at the front of the stage were seen dancing up a storm on Sunday during Barry Gibb’s performance. During his classic set on the Pyramid Stage, he gathered quite a happy crowd.

When Gibb performed a rendition of the Bee Gees’ “Staying Alive”, a number of the security guards jumped into a choreographed dance to the song. Various cameras pointed to the guards, even the cameras that were shooting the live broadcast of the event. People then took to twitter to praise the dance moves they saw that afternoon.

Glastonbury never fails to disappoint, even if you weren’t able to see it in person. Who’s set did you put your dancing shoes on for this year?

H/T: The Telegraph

Image Credit: BBC

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Kierstin Rounsefell Contributing Writer

Colorado State University. Favorite hobbies: concerts, listening to music, and concerts.

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