When an anthem singer takes the microphone in front of a sold-out arena, it can be one of the most high-pressure situations one can ever experience.
If you screw up, you instantly become the internet's latest victim and will be used as a blunder in highlight shows for years to come.
But when you're a four-year-old kid, what is pressure, really? During Wednesday night's AHL tilt between the Hershey Bears (Washington Capitals and Springfield Thunderbirds (Florida Panthers), the Bears welcomed four-year-old Landon Mak to sing "The Star Spangled Banner".
Wearing suspenders and a bow tie covered with the American flag, Landon stole the show and nailed every single word with easy, including the high and low notes.
Just adorable. Listen to the ovation the crowd of 10,317 inside the Giant Center gave him.
According to the York Daily Record, the youngster learned to sing the anthem from watching YouTube videos dating back to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
No matter how big or small the crowd is, or what type of league he's singing for, you can count of Landon to knock it out of the rink. Well done, Landon.
(h/t Hershey Bears)