posted at 19:50
Author Name: Jennie Matthew
New Yorks hottest new trend: clubbing for kids
Welcome to one of New York's hottest nightclubs and a new generation of clubbers: six-year-olds. The VIP Room threw open its doors to children aged six to 12 on a Sunday afternoon to give them a taste of the nightclub, electronic music and dance scene in New York's uber trendy Meatpacking District. The children scream with pleasure, reaching up their hands as the robot takes them through basic dance steps, getting them to feel the beat. More than 300 people, including parents and younger siblings, attended the party organized by a husband and wife team whose company CirKiz opens top New York clubs to children once a month. Natalie Elizabeth Weiss DJs at the children's club sessions and thinks they are a brilliant way of opening young minds. She gives DJ lessons to children as young as three months, which have gone viral among trendy families across New York. The couple got the idea after throwing their son's first birthday party at New York club Cielo. Pier Singh, dressed up as a Candy Corn Witch in tight trousers, high-heeled ankle boots and a spangly top, struts onto the dance floor with two-year-old son Nico in a New York police uniform.

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