A disabled gentleman crowdsurfed and joined a band on the mainstage in this beautiful clip.
Apart from all the negative news that we come across when conducting a thorough post mortem of a music festival, there are stories that delight us beyond words. At the recently concluded Osheaga Music Festival in Toronto, we witnessed one such special moment.
— Shannon Nicoletti (@housekat59) August 3, 2015
40,000 fellow attendees helped the gentleman crowd-surf across the main stage and was then taken straight to the mainstage during a set from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Ebert then clicked a selfie with him, and dropped ‘If I Were Free’ with him on stage. Witnesses claim it was incredibly wonderful to watch. Check it out below:
This had me in tears. One of the most beautiful moments I have had the chance to witness. Faith in humanity restored!Avoir les larmes aux yeux. Un des plus beaux moments du weekend. #osheaga
Posted by Jason Bajada on Monday, August 3, 2015