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Midnight Movie: Mobile Clubbing on Hollywood Blvd.

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Video by Zach Behrens/LAist

Just like the Los Angeles Pillow Fight, there was another event of "random" fun this weekend and that was Friday night's Mobile Clubbing in Hollywood. Here's a short video (with unexplained black at the end for two minutes) that shows Grauman's Chinese Theatre security escorting the clubbers off their property while having a good laugh, a Los Angeles Sheriff taking photos of the event, a few characters joining in and a street performing adding some bass drum when the clubbers plugged into a stereo system near the Metro Red Line station.

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