In response to being included on Newsweek's list of Top Ten Dying Cities the folks of Grand Rapids, Michigan pulled together and made the effin' incredible lip dub video. With over 3,000 participants the video taken in one shot (as far as I can tell) showcases marching bands, school choirs, a wedding, the police and fire departments, the local TV stations, local celebrities, an epic Nerf battle and pyrotechnics. It now holds the world record for largest lip dub. I am so impressed by the commitment and pride shown by the people of Grand Rapids that I actually teared up when they showed the wedding scene.
I would love to know some more about the behind scenes planning and filming of this spectacular. Anyone know anything more about it?