Hip Tot Music Fest concert series offer families a place where kids can dance, learn

A fun, interactive music series has both kids and parents jumping out of their chairs and dancing along to creative songs. The concert series Hip

Hip Tot has three more of these festivals planned this season.

Hip Tot has three more of these festivals planned this season. (1/12/14)

BROOKLYN - A fun, interactive music series has both kids and parents jumping out of their chairs and dancing along to creative songs.

The concert series Hip Tot Music Fest, which falls on every second Sunday of the fall and winter months, offers preschoolers a venue to dance and have a good time, while also teaching them a thing or two along the way.

This year marks Amelia Robinson's fourth year as a performer for the concert. The creator of "Mills Trills," a children's music project, says this kind of event is a unique opportunity for Brooklyn children.

Parents say the concert series is everything they are looking for to enrich their children and help them grow.

Hip Tot has three more of these festivals planned this season. Come February, they hope to cater to another demographic and start up Hip Tween.

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