GREEN BAY - It's a craze that combines music, dance, and the element of surprise.
Take a look at what went down before Sunday night's Packers game.
A flash mob surprised football fans just outside the Tundra Tailgate Zone at Lambeau Field.
Over a period of six minutes, small groups of dancers built up to 130 dancers strong.
Video of the event aired on Lambeau's video boards during the game.
According to the man behind the mob, this may not be a one-time deal.
"It brings the community together, and it's a positive event, so we plan on doing many more of these in the community so, we are Team GB Flashmob," said Seth Kutzleb.
Kutzleb is the founder of Prodigy Dance Academy in Appleton.
He said it was his dream to do a flash mob before a Packers home game.
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