Check out the video of the boy singing the national anthem!
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A cute little 4-year-old boy wowed the crowd of over 10,000 hockey fans at Hershey, Pennsylvania’s Giant Center this week when he performed the national anthem.
The Hershey Bears had four-year-old Landon Mak sing the national anthem before Wednesday’s AHL game against the Springfield Thunderbirds, and it was extremely adorable.
The youngster stood out on the Giant Center ice, decked out in a bow tie, suspenders, and shoes that were all USA-themed. And he put together a fantastic rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner.
Taking his place at center ice to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” was four-year-old Landon Mak, decked out in American flag suspenders and a bow tie. He hit the high notes, didn’t forget any words and had the crowd of 10,317 roaring.
The players loved it, especially defense man Aaron Ness.
Landon learned to sing the anthem by watching videos online from the NHL playoffs, according to the York Daily Record.
Landon also did the national anthem at a York Revolution baseball game last summer, although there were only 1,439 people at that game. Not a bad warm up for the massive crowd he performed for on Wednesday night.
Landon’s parents, Kim and Rich Mak, told “Fox & Friends” they never expected their son’s performance to be such a viral hit. Landon was just singing at the game for fun, his mother said.
Kim and Rich Mak told “Fox & Friends” they were incredibly proud of their son for performing his heart out at such a young age.
While Landon looked relaxed, his mom and dad admitted that they were very nervous.
“We were so nervous but so proud of him,” Rich Mak said.
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