Someone has filmed a timelapse video of a Cure gig and it's mind blowing

3 December 2016, 06:00

The Cure time lapse

Watch how the team turn an empty room into a huge, bustling concert.

We've all been to see bands play big rooms, with massive stages and thousands of people. But have you ever actually thought about how the whole thing comes together? Well, prepare to have your mind blown.

Made by Redline Enterprise, this video shows a timelapse shot at a Cure show last month. In the footage, the team take an empty room, build a stage, host a gig, and pack down again, all in one day. It's a pretty impressive watch. Take a look below.

Pretty incredible, eh?

The Cure finish their residency at London London's SSE Arena tonight (December 3).

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