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Dolby, known for their audio production, noise reduction, and audio technology, hosts monthly experiential exhibits in their Soho studio in the Big Apple. 

While Dolby products can be purchased, that is not the goal of the studio. Dolby, in conjunction with their partners, aims to expose visitors to new experiences and various themes.

This month’s exhibit is called Rocketman, The Elton John Experience. Attendees get to feel like they’re inside the home of Reginald Dwight, before he rose to fame and became Elton John.

Another room is a re-creation of L.A.’s Troubadour Club, complete with a stage and white grand piano. The venue is where the star first played America.

Folks can also head downstairs for a photo opt and a peek at a couple of the costumes from the movie. In fact, you can try on the clothes, and take photos at the photo booth.

The display, at 477 Broadway, runs through most of June. Hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 1-8 p.m. Admission is free.