Flash mob tutorials on YouTube

Due to limited capacity, we are only able to take care individually for customised flash mobs

– all other flash mobs however, you find for free on our YouTube channel!

Links to our former best sellers (1-4) you find below.

Whether it is for dad’s birthday, the wedding of your best friend or for the golden wedding anniversary of your neighbours.

A flash mob draws attention in a restaurant, at the registry office but also in a park. It is a unique gift, that does not just create a great atmosphere but also amazing memories.

The goal of a flash mob is not that everyone does every step in perfect fashion, but rather to give someone you care about a great surprise.

  • Fits for various occasions
  • Easy to follow steps for all guests
  • one flash mob includes video tutorials* as well as practice videos, so that you are prepared for whatever song ends up being chosen for the flash mob – the final song should be communicated to all those who participate well in advance of the big party (for practice purposes).

*all video lessons are written and taught by professional dance teachers.

The person booking the flash mob usually selects a fitting song for the surprise dance, and is also the person that begins dancing, together with a few select people as soon as the music starts. Other guests will join in later on (those that are part of the complot have to, others will hopefully join spontaneously) and the spectacle unfolds.

Flash mob “Choreos 1-4”

  • All fit for beginners, consisting of parts with 8 to 16 bars each, that are repeated.
  • All you do is have a look on our 4 previews/short videos of flash mobs below. They were already danced on various occations – danced by non professionals so you can imagine what they could look like on your party.
  • Then decide for your favorite and see the video tutorial “all in one” package below.
  • Dancers might only need the first minutes, non-dancers might need to see all of it. You also find shorter Videos to all flash mobs on your YouTube channel.

Flash mob previews – danced by non-dancers

Flash mob best seller 1
Flash mob best seller 2
Flash mob best seller 3
Flash mob best seller 4

Flash mob previews & quick learn

quick learn flash mob 1

quick learn flash mob 2

quick learn flash mob 3

quick learn flash mob 4

Flash mob “ALL in ONE” packages

dancers might only need the first few minutes

non dancers best start with the detailed explanation and go then back to dancing with music

ALL in ONE flash mob 1

ALL in ONE flash mob 2

ALL in ONE flash mob 3

ALL in ONE flash mob 4

This is how it works:

  • You decide to give a flash mob as a present!
  • You choose a flash mob, (watch previews above)
  • We recommend you “set up” 3 groups:

a) 1-5 People who start to dance
b) 3-5 people joining in
c) all other participants joining in

  • You only have to worry about distributing the link of the video tutorial(s) amongst the people that are to participate in the flash mob.
  • Anyone with the link has access from any place that has internet, as often as they want.
  • During the celebration/ party, you will have to ensure that the recipient(s) are placed so that they can see the upcoming spectacle and that the music is started. You start dancing with a few, and before you know it everybody will join in!


our flash mob / line dance playliste on YouTube

All flash mob best sellers are choreographed to fit a song written in quadruple time (4/4).

We recommend that the song has a tempo of 28-33 bars per minute, roughly corresponding to 110-130 beats per minute. To give an example, “Just the way you are! – “Bruno Mars” or “Shut up and dance” – “Walk the moon” would fit that limit speed-wise.

Slower is always possible, but for faster dances more practice and smaller steps are generally required. Songs with a strong and clear beat are preferred, think of “one kiss” by “Dua Lipa”.