Emirates Stadium, home to Arsenal Football Club in London, hosts plenty of concerts in the offseason during the summer. At Green Day’s record-setting concert (due to a new stadium configuration) on June 1, the capacity crowd waited for the band to appear, and whoever ran the soundtrack over the PA system was a genius, because they played Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” leading to a massive sing-along. One concertgoer up in the stands recorded most of the spontaneous event, but the roar from the crowd throughout the song shows just how its popularity has endured today. Apparently the reaction was better than openers Kaiser Chiefs and All Time Low received, but up against a Freddie Mercury classic, that's not hard to believe. [via Reddit]