It all took place in Aurora, Illinois for the 4th of July.

As a crowd waited for the fireworks to begin, and the Fox Valley Orchestra performed, a crowd of over 1,000 people broke the headbanging world record in honor of the 25th anniversary of Wayne's World.

You might remember that Aurora is where Wayne and Garth put on their hit show, and most of the movies take place. So, it makes sense that the record would be broken in that town.

According to ABC Chicago 7, there were local officials, and volunteers on hand to make sure that it would count, and end up in the Guinness World Records.

Of course, the orchestra had to play Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, which is what's playing during the now classic scene in the movie.

People stood on the sides of the stage to let people know when it was time. Before the time came, they held signs that said things like, "Save your neck. No headbanging yet."

While the orchestra played the song, the crowd sang the words. And then came the time...

[The Headbanging starts around the 1:45 mark in the first video]

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