Cult hip-hop group Odd Future created a security nightmare for staff at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival on Friday (15Apr11) when they continually jumped into the audience to crowdsurf.
The rap collective, also known as Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, drew one of the biggest audiences for an afternoon act on the first day of the Indio, California event, with fans spilling out of the tented area as they tried to catch a glimpse of the underground act.
The rappers delighted the crowd throughout their hour-long set by throwing themselves off the platform and into the arms of overjoyed fans, but their cheeky antics caused havoc for bodyguards as they frantically tried to pull the stars back to the safety of the stage.
The group also had a special surprise in store for the packed venue, sending attendees into a frenzy when Tyler the Creator brought out superproducer/singer Pharrell Williams to join him for a track.
The Coachella Music and Arts Festival continues until Sunday night (17Apr11) with Arcade Fire, The Strokes and Kanye West among the headliners.
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