Crowdsurfing usually results in being dropped on your head before being shooed away by an angry security guard.
Unless you're this guy.
A man in a wheelchair was hoisted above the crowds at the Osheaga music festival in Montreal last weekend during a set from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.
As the man approached the front, singer Alex Ebert asked if he'd like to join him on stage. Ebert even headed down himself to help the man get over the security barrier.
Once over the barrier he was carried up to the stage as the crowd of 40,000 cheered. Ebert paused for a selfie with the group as he continued singing "If I Were Free."
Jason Bajada captured the whole thing in a viral Facebook video. "One of the most beautiful moments of the weekend," Bajada wrote, saying he had tears in his eyes. Check out the full video below.
Lauren Strapagiel is Managing Editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in Toronto, Canada.
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