Every year, Warped Tour brings a party to dozens of cities across North America with nearly 100 acts hitting the stage each day. For many, it's a cant-miss event and that goes for moms and dads too! At the San Antonio, Texas stop, Fit for a King's performance was highlighted by a particularly special circle pit, which saw one mother pushing a baby in a stroller 'round and 'round.

It's not uncommon to see some little ones at big events like this. Youngsters are propped up on shoulders, overlooking the sea of people sporting those huge headphones to protect their delicate little ears from any hearing damage. We've even seen some kids crowd surf, but baby's first circle pit? You better believe it!

The action was captured by Blessthefall's Beau Bokan while he watched the madness unfold during Fit for a King's set. He uploaded the video clip to Twitter (seen below) where fans ran around, giving high-fives to a man on the edge of the pit. Fortunately, everyone was cautious when a mother joined in with a blanket-covered stroller, slowing down and giving her plenty of room.

This year's Warped Tour began back in late June and is winding down, wrapping everything up on Aug. 6 in Pomona, Calif. and a list of remaining stops can be found here. The tour added a serious dose of heaviness, bringing bands like GWARMunicipal WasteThe Acacia StrainHatebreed,  Emmure and Carnifex on the road.

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