A new company called Fuzipop works to bring the Electronic Dance Music lifestyle to kids ages 6-12 and their parents. Through putting together dance parties once a month at major nightclubs around Manhattan, New York the company hopes to “inspire the next generation of DJs, music producers, artists, dancers, and music business moguls.”
The company’s interesting approach takes advantage of EDM’s meteoric rise in popularity in the United States through providing an age appropriate version of the partygoer lifestyle so prevalent in today’s popular culture. It also allows the kids to act as a proxy between their parents and the contemporary music scene.
With the recent overdose tragedy at Coachella (R.I.P. to Kimchi Truong), perhaps Fuzipop may take their service as a positive opportunity to educate the attending kids and families of the risks present while attending nightclubs, concerts, and festivals in an effort to deter future EDM culture tragedies.
[Source: Business Insider]