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Animated GIFs of the coolest concert security guard in the world, who works at Red Rocks

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Updated 8/24/12: Videos of the soon-to-be world renowned dancing security guard at Red Rocks just added. See him boogieing in action below.

Everybody knows Red Rocks is the best concert venue in the world. That's a given. Now it can also proudly stake claim to the distinction of having the coolest concert security guard, too. So you think you can dance, eh? Pshaw! You obviously haven't been to Red Rocks recently and seen just how hard this guy throws down. Nobody we've seen knows how to pass the time between sets like this guy. Check out his splendid dance moves.

♫ Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk, I'm a woman's man. No time to talk...♫

Continue on for another awesome GIF and some just added videos of the coolest security guard -- who's apparently named Wayne (or Walter?) -- in action.

♫ You don't need no finesse or no personality You just need two arms and an attitude...♫

Continue on for another awesome GIF and some just added videos of the coolest security guard -- who's apparently named Wayne -- in action.



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