Grab your glow sticks! The baby rave is heading back to Norwich
PUBLISHED: 11:10 22 March 2018 | UPDATED: 11:13 22 March 2018
Follwing the success of events in Chapelfield Gardens and the Reload Festival, award-winning family rave phenomenon Big Fish Little Fish are back to stage their first indoor rave for under-eights and their parents.
Glow sticks at the ready as a rave for tots and their parents is heading back to Norwich.
The multi award-winning family rave phenomenon Big Fish Little Fish, aimed at newborns to eight-year-olds, as well as their grown-ups, will be back for a date at Epic Studios on May 13.
This will be their first indoor rave in Norwich following the success of their previous events in Chapelfield Gardens and at the Reload Festival.
World renowned DJ`s EZ Rollers, the drum and bass group fiormed in Suffolk, featuring Ella Sopp, will be providing the kiddie friendly beats.
Dave Davis, who has a four-year-old boy, will be playing old school dance music under his guise as DJ Trax. He said: “The children dance with their parents and it is a really nice and different experience for children. The kids love it. It is also an unusual family event.
“The music at the Big Fish Little Fish events is euphoric and energising rather than being too heavy. Everyone likes to reminisce. There is a happy atmosphere where everyone dances around.”
This latest Norwich event has an ‘Out of This World’ theme with optional but encouraged fancy dress. The spectacle will also feature confetti cannons, bubbles, giant parachute dance, themed crafts, Playdoh table, giant mural, face painting stall as well as a fully licenced bar for dance weary grown-ups.
Since launching Big Fish Little Fish have entertained over 150,000 family ravers up and down the UK and have now launched in Australia. They have staged baby raves everywhere from Glastonbury to Camp Bestival, London’s South Bank Centre to the Edinburgh Festival and Dreamland Margate.
BFLF events are primarily aimed under-eights and their families but older siblings are welcome. Adults are not admitted unless accompanied by a child.
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