If Broadway legend Patti Lupone taught the world anything, it is that many performers hate to have cameras shoved in their face while they are performing. So when Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros front man Alex Ebert grabbed concert goer Samuel Garza's GoPro, you would almost expect him to start stomping on it and yelling something like "I SAID NO PICTURES!!" Instead, he gave Garza a home video that he will probably show to his grandchildren one day.
The band was in the middle of their set at Coachella when Ebert motioned for the camera. When Garza handed it over, Ebert walked around to film his band members, then his own sweaty face. Then he hopped off stage to give some hugs to audience members.
Being in the front row, you would think that Garza had the best view in the whole place, but it turns out looking out over the crowd from onstage is breathtaking.