Fans Form Golf Cart Circle in Exodus Mosh Pit

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – SEPTEMBER 18: Gary Holt of Exodus performs at Slim’s on September 18, 2018 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Miikka Skaffari/Getty Images).

Having performed all over the world, the members of Exodus thought they’d seen it all. But a performance at the Full Terror Assault Festival over the weekend proved them wrong.

Guitarist Gary Holt says at one point during the gig, he looked out over the crowd and realized the mosh pit was filled with fans riding on golf carts. “So what don’t you see every day? A golf cart circle pit! Haha!” Holt writes on Instagram. “We were told about these such occurrences, but when we hadn’t seen one yet. Maybe they thought it was too crowded. NOT!”


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Clearly, the golf-cart riding fans weren’t the only unusual things Holt spotted at the gig. He finishes his Instagram message with, “And look for the guy with the 12 pack carton in his head!”

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