The Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders did their own little 'Flash Mob' downtown on Saturday night in front of the area known as Power Plant Live. Approximately 35 veteran cheerleaders banded together out of the blue to a dance routine set to loud music, surprising the assembled typical large weekend crowd.
The purpose of the 'Flash Mob' was to promote their cheerleading tryouts known as 'Making The Cut.' Up to 90 hopefuls will join the current squad in a series of skills to try to be one of the few that lead Ravens fans in cheers at not only the team's home games, but all around town for special promotions and events, including a chance to travel with the team to exotic locations to make their annual calendar photo shoot.
Check out the video above and for more on the 'Flash Mob' go to BaltimoreRavens.com.