What is Wall of Death?
The wall of death is a carnival or fairground sideshow.
Wall of death may also refer to: Wall of Death (film) The Wall of Death, a public art installation in Seattle, Washington, US.
Where did the Wall of Death originated?
Walls of death began to appear at German fun fairs in the late 1920s. They were mostly traveling enterprises that were passed on from owner to owner for several decades.
Where is the Wall of Death?
Motorcyclists ride around the inside of a vertical wall, rather like a huge barrel, at speeds of around 30mph. Most Wall of Death “drums” are about 32 feet (10 metres) in diameter. There is a Wall of Death near Cambridge, UK, run by Ken Fox.
What is a circle pit?
Circle pit — when the crowd runs and jumps in a circle, pushing and bumping into each other, often leaving a clear space in the centre of the circle. Slamdancing — another term used for moshing, as the crowd slams their full body into each other and pushes each other around.