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The park also has character-themed rides, such as Cookie Mountain (a fortress) and Rubber Duckie Pond, a wading pool. Sesame Island, the park's water-ride area, has slides called the Sesame Streak and the Big Slipper. Parents will also appreciate that the park has a learning component, with science exhibits in the Sesame Studio Science. Parents will have to grit their teeth to endure the Elmo's World live show, where kids can star in a live production of Elmo and his friends. There's also the Rock Around the Block parade, with floats and Sesame tunes as well as rock 'n' roll, Latin and jazz for the adults.
Lu Zou Australia Local time: 05:26 Native speaker of: Chinese PRO pts in pair: 5711
12 hrs confidence:
rock around the block
Explanation: Just a suggestion if it can have a meaning for Chinese ears...
It seems to be a word joke between "block" and "clock" with a reference to the famous Bill Haley's song "Rock Around The Clock" (围着时钟摇摆 or 绕着时钟摇摆), a very popular Rock and Roll song in the '50s.
Since here, the expression is clearly related to music and dance, maybe you can just replace 时钟 with 砖头 or any better word witch means "block" :
As Luzou said, it's related with "Sesame Street" children TV show and maybe there's an official translation (I know "Sesame Street" is already translated in Chinese but don't know the details of this show.