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The most adorable families at Field Trip

Five years in, Field Trip has officially cemented its reputation as the city’s most family-friendly music festival. This past weekend, headliners like Feist, Phoenix and Broken Social Scene ensured grown-ups were in heaven, while ample kiddie activities (hula hoops, bubble machines, bouncy castles) made it easy to entertain offspring. Here, some snaps of the weekend’s cutest pint-sized attendees and their hip parents.

She’s clearly deep in thought analyzing Feist’s complex harmonies:

In her natural habitat:

She only listens to indie radio:

Kids are selfie pros these days:

Baby fedoras are infinitely more acceptable than grown-man fedoras:

She looks like she truly belongs here:

The Remedios family’s colour coordination game is strong:

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These two junior field-trippers are probably more important than you:

The best festival accessories are cute shades and a cool treat:

This stylish toddler looked down on regular attendees from behind the VIP fence:

The rain and mud were no big deal for those who dressed appropriately:

This guy’s tired of all the paparazzi attention:

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A denim romper and Adidas kicks make a very fashionable festival look:

Those are some serious hula-hooping skills for a child:

Even the tatted-up kids get tired:

This guy got to hang with Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew:

Introducing Field Trip 2030’s headliner:

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The little ones always seem to get the best views:

The hashtag says it all:

Apparently, you can get away with standing on white couches in rubber boots if you’re this cute:

Bringing kids along is easy. Making sure they don’t run away is a little tougher:

Maddy looks like she prefers mommy over Brendan Canning:

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Noise-cancelling headphones were this year’s hottest accessory for the under-10 set:

This graphic pair is particularly cool:

This kid’s well on his way to Instagram-model status:

She knows a good Insta shot is all about the props:

Flower crowns are way less obnoxious on kids:

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When chalkboards are more entertaining than bands:

Like most adults, this kid looks super-content to be lounging on the grass with a fresh lemonade:

She’s got the best seat and she knows it:

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