Big Fish Little Fish and Camp Bestival host Dreamland family rave in Margate

by Lauren Abbott

Set sail this Easter with your shipmates and dance together on a floor filled with bubbles, balloons and glitter!

The world famous Big Fish Little Fish daytime family raves are back for 2018 and docking on the Kent coast this Easter.

Teaming up with the crew from family festival Camp Bestival, there are 18 special raves taking place around the country ahead of the three-day event in Dorset in July.

Big Fish Little Fish is returning to Dreamland with its family rave in the run up to this year's Camp Bestival in Dorset.
Big Fish Little Fish is returning to Dreamland with its family rave in the run up to this year's Camp Bestival in Dorset.

Dreamland's family rave is taking place on Saturday, March 31 - Easter Saturday.

Enlisting big name DJs that mums and dads love from days of yore and mixing them up with fabulous fun and games these parties are designed to be for all the family.

Child craft expert, Captain Cookie, will be hosting kids activities in the craft corner.

Toddlers on the dancefloor...
Toddlers on the dancefloor...

Choose from the giant colouring in mural, free transfer tattoos and a homemade play-doh table for even the smallest of ravers.

If the little ones need a time out, the baby chill out and toddler play space provides breakaway areas with tents, tunnels, foam mats and a ball pool.

And for the parents there is a licensed bar while everyone - big and small - is encouraged to embrace the Sail The Seven Seas fancy dress theme.

The entire event takes place from 2pm until 4pm, ensuring that all ravers are home and tucked up in time for bed!

For further details and ticket information click here.

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