A couple years back I was asked to play drums (pre-bass days for me) for a conference at my university in the summer for a high school camp. The room we we're in, the back wall has a big sound isolation panel (probably 30 foot wide and 10 foot high) that is being held up by 2 pieces of fishing line. The drum kit was set-up maybe 2 feet from the back wall in a shield (no back to it). Half way through the set, I turn to look at the bassist to groove (oh bassists, now I'm one of them) and I can see the wall start to fall. I caught the massive thing with my head and continued to play the song, without dropping the beat. The crowd is in shock as to what happened. Then the guitarist turns to groove with me, and his face turns to sheer terror at the sight. Eventually, two audience members hop up on stage to get the wall back up. This is when the worship leader of the set learns that something went wrong. He turns mid verse to see the commotion and he gets a deer in headlights face. It was hilarious, and even more hilarious I was able to keep the drumming going while a wall falls on me, and holding it up while playing. Didn't drop a single beat.