ELY Big Fish Little Fish – Family Rave With DJ Trax
Following our last sold out event, we are back!! The original, award winning family rave returns to Ely for a Mother`s day special
The legendary DJ Trax + Count Monkula will be playing (grown up) old school tunes for the family ravers.
The event will feature themed crafts, giant balloons, glitter cannons, Snow + bubble machines, amazing lighting (no strobes), face painting stall, cakes stall and the BFLF famous parachute dance.
Theme – Space Is The Place (Fancy dress optional but encouraged)
Best Family Event – National Family Arts Festival Awards’
Family fun for the post-rave generation of parents.
Helping parents be responsibly irresponsible since 2013.
“Best day of my life’ – 6 year old BFLF attendee
‘Makes me glad I had children’ – BFLF regular
For families with younger children (8s and under) though older siblings are welcome. Adults are not admitted unless accompanied by a child. Each event is stewarded and risk assessed in advance. Music is monitored an played at a safe level for younger ears.
IMPORTANT Ts&Cs:Parents must remain responsible for their children at all times.
A max of 3 children per adult. A max of 4 adults per child (and such groups must be pre-approved by emailing
firstname.lastname@example.org before buying tickets).
Tickets are non-refundable but if anybody with tickets finds they cannot attend a sold-out event please email email@example.com and BFLF will attempt to put you in touch with people seeking to buy tickets.
Each member of your group must have a ticket, adults £10.00, child £8 and pre-walking infants free (but still a require ticket.)
This is a standing/dancing event with limited seating. Please contact us if you have mobility issues.
Please be prepared for the event to be busy – it is a rave!
The event is conducted indoors with limited club lighting(no strobes) as the venue will be quite light , when entering please allow a few minutes for your eyes to adjust. Please no running!
BFLF sets the volume lower than at normal nightclubs. While it is still loud, it is within safe limits for young ears 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.