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Enjoy these five dance-move GIFs from Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco

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The following is a dispatch from Outside Lands Festival, from our sister paper, SF Weekly.

One thing crowds at San Francisco's Outside Lands festival do pretty well is get down. Despite the relentless wind, heavy fog and numbing temperatures, we saw plenty of good moves last weekend -- and some ridiculously silly enthusiasm from certain crowd members. (It helped that Big Boi stuck to playing his bass-heavy hits.) Here, compiled and edited by Ian S. Port and Andrew Nilsen, are the six funniest moves we saw at Outside Lands -- in GIF form, naturally.

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5. "Hooooold On"

To understand the level of crowd enthusiasm for Alabama Shakes and its breakout hit, take this guy and multiply him by 17,419.

4. Big Boi's Biggest Fan

One thought as to why this lady was swaggin' so hard during the OutKast member's set: She

is

Ms. Jackson.

3. Pretty in Pink

Know why rock bands don't have cheerleading squads? Us either.

2. He Goes Around and Around and Around and Around

Finally, an audience member as inexhaustible as Thee Oh Sees are.

1. It's Never Too Cold For a Dude in a Halter Top

One day, you'll think back on all the fun you could have had if you'd been just been a bit less uptight. This guy will just remember all the fun he had.




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