Being a kid at a metal concert can be intimidating. Everyone's bigger than you, adults are moshing violently, and you probably have trouble seeing the stage. One young Slipknot fan didn't let any of those obstacles get in his way from having some serious fun at a recent festival.
In video posted to Instagram, a kid who couldn't be much older than eight was captured crowdsurfing across the entire audience at Louder Than Life fest by using his dad as a human surf board.
The kid, dressed in a jumpsuit, a mohawk and an All Hope is Gone-era Corey Taylor mask, was seen fearlessly standing on his dad while the crowd pushed them forward as the band onstage (Ded) played on. Eventually, the Ded vocalist asked the whole audience to "give it up for these motherfuckers" and cheered them on while the cameras zoomed in and put their wild antics up on the jumbotron.
It was an incredibly endearing spectacle of father-son bonding. Watch video of the incident above and below.