NOTTINGHAM ‘Hawaiian Hula’ Family Rave 28th April 2018 DJ 2 Bad Mice
Aloha, party animals and raving families!
Join in family rave fun as award winning Big Fish Little Fish return to Nottingham at the Glee Club to celebrate springtime in the city with an ‘Hawaiian Hula’ themed rave on Saturday 28th April from 1.30-4.00pm.
It’s an Old Skool rave and we are bringing DJ 2 Bad Mice to get you dancing on the multi-sensory dance floor with glitter cannons, bubbles and giant parachute dance.
Craft tables with themed crafts, giant colouring mural and playdoh table. Play area with tents and tunnels and baby chill out space with mats and small ball pool. Licensed bar, free tattoo transfers and glow sticks. We’ll have Glee kitchen’s delicious cakes and savouries and the nice lolly company’s handmade and all natural ice lollies to cool down with.
Family fun for the post-rave generation of parents – helping them to be responsibly irresponsible since 2013. Our raves are designed to be as much fun for the adults as they are the children, and are social, daft, anarchic and creative spaces for all the family to enjoy.
Optional (but very much encouraged!) fancy dress: Hawaii and Surfer
For families with younger children (8’s and under) though older siblings are welcome. Parents remain responsible for their children at all times. Adults are not admitted unless accompanied by a child. A max of 3 children per adult. A max of 4 adults per child (and such groups must be pre-approved by emailing email@example.com before buying tickets). Tickets are non-refundable but if anybody with tickets finds they cannot attend a sold-out event please email firstname.lastname@example.org and BFLF will attempt to put you in touch with people seeking to buy tickets.
How loud will it be?
BFLF sets the volume lower than at normal nightclubs. While it is still loud, it is within safe limits as set out by the World Health Organisation – and it is monitored throughout the event. It’s up to you if you want to bring ear defenders, although most parents don’t. However, if your child is particularly sensitive to noise or if you want them to nap during the event you might want to consider it.