Tickets are now on sale for the award-winning, ground-breaking Big Fish Little Fish Myth & Magic Family Rave taking place at Groombridge Place on Saturday 18th May 2019.
Venture into the Enchanted Woods at Groombridge Place on for a party like no other in a spectacular forest setting. Dress up as a fairy, elf or magical woodland creature for Big Fish Little Fish’s ‘Myth & Magic’ Family Rave with old skool DJing legend 2 Bad Mice & Luli playing a classic mix of acid house, techno and drum and bass from a treehouse. The event will take place between (1pm until 4pm) at the attraction which is located close to Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent.
Come frolic under confetti cannons, bubbles and giant balloons amongst the trees. Enjoy Captain Cookie’s craft tables, a foam machine, transfer tattoos and a parachute dance finale, along with burgers and hot dogs on the barbecue, a beer and sparkling wine tent, an ice cream stand and a face-painting stall. All unicorns, dragons, fauns, elves and fairies welcome!
The event is ideal for families with 0-8 year olds (though all ages welcome).
The impressive woodland setting at Groombridge Place is the perfect venue for this fun packed family rave as it has the most amazing outdoor adventure playground with massive wooden boats to clamber over. Not to mention the giant tree swings!!
Please also note appropriate clothing must be worn depending on the weather. Prams/Buggies cannot be taken into the Rave area as space is limited – the buggy park will be just outside the event space and is outdoors.
Prices - Adult £11, Child £8, Pre-walking infants free.
Venue - Groombridge Place, Groombridge Hill, Groombridge, Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 9QG.
Car Parking - Free
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