The Anaheim Ducks held their first “Social Media Night” on Wednesday, which we’re guessing involved anonymous trolling of the fan sitting next to you and cyber-stalking your ex in another section.
But it also featured something you can expect other teams to adopt, if they haven’t already: The in-game flash mob choreographed dance routine, from the cheap seats:
First off, major kudos for using “Harlem” by New Politics.
This dance freak out occurred during a break in the third period of the Ducks’ game against the Dallas Stars at Honda Center, and the reaction from the fans was overwhelming. The stunt was a production from Flash Mob America.
We saw a much larger version of this at a Vancouver Giants game recently, involving hundreds of school children. It’s really one of the less-offensive new fan traditions we’ve witnessed. Well, until a drunk dude in the 400 level decides to crowd surf.