- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 3, 2015

NEW YORK (AP) - A Manhattan museum is proving you’re never too young for some rock ‘n’ roll.

The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is giving kids under five a chance to let out their inner rock stars with a new play space being launched Friday.

The program is called Frolic!, an interactive rock ‘n’ roll themed pop-up play space .

The museum is focusing on the role music plays in early childhood development. It is providing kids with an interactive video music wall and a sensory mixer for dance and play.

The space will also be used for baby classes for kids under two years and birthday parties.

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