February Half-Term Ideas: Indoor Festival for Kids at Rave-A-Roo

February half-term is only a couple of weeks away and we are looking forward to the lie-ins and spending time together as a family. If your little ones love dancing and partying as much as mine, they will enjoy Rave-A-Roo, a new clubbing mash-up of festival fun for all the family.

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At Rave-A-Roo kids can be themselves, dance, let loose, create, watch or chill. Launching at London’s most iconic club, Ministry of Sound, in February half term, Rave-A-Roo is an entirely new concept. From toddlers to grandparents, everyone is invited to join in the madcap fun.

It’s the ultimate party with top DJs, the Disco Ball Games, a Big Fish Little Fish takeover, LIVE stage performances, hosts Tom and Adam (from Babyhead and Lost & Found), PlayGlow toys, confetti mayhem, neon craft, Glow Chill Room, and a UV tattoo station.

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At Rave-a-Roo there is the chance for mini-clubbers and their adults to take on the dance floor with resident artists Go!Go!Go! as seen on Nick Jr. They’ll be debuting  their Electro Set and revealing their brand new look. Little man loves Go!Go!Go!, so I haven’t told him yet that they will be there, I can’t wait to see his face on the day!

For time out from the dance floor and the little ones who can’t party quite as hard, they can take it easy in the Glow Chill Room, with an area for babies, whilst parents watch their little faces light up.

With a fully licensed bar (and tea, coffee and snacks), a convenient onsite buggy park, baby changing, professional security, carefully monitored sound levels and beautifully lit rooms, Rave-A-Roo offers a unique and safe environment for families. Further dates in iconic venues around the UK, including more dates in London, Manchester, Liverpool, Bristol, Brighton and Cardiff to be announced. 

Rave-A-Roo will launch at London’s Ministry of Sound on Friday 19th February 2016. Sessions are 1pm to 3pm and 4pm to 6pm. Tickets are priced £7.50 (earlybird), £10.00 (advanced) and £12.50 (on the door). Babes in arms go free. 

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit Rave-A-Roo

See you there! 

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