FARNHAM Big Fish Little Fish Pirate Family Rave DJs Baker & Beale 12 March
Shiver me timbers – back again in Farnham, after the previous six sell out shows, the Big Fish Little Fish crew bring their award-winning, critically acclaimed family rave to Farnham – with a Pirates theme.
Over the past 8 years, Big Fish Little Fish have hosted top quality raves for all the family, featuring brilliant DJs and fun for kids of all ages.
Now they are back at the Maltings for a swashbuckling fancy-dress tear up that will have you and the little ones reaching for the lasers with a DJ set from the fabulous Baker & Beale. Expect rave classics and up for it party music with club visuals, giant balloons, glitter cannon, bubbles and the famous parachute dance. There’s a licensed bar for the adults for a tot of rum.
The Nifty Natty area has themed crafting, mural and playdoh to help entertain and there will be a separate baby chillout and toddler play area to take a rest from the rave action. Free transfer tattoos for all. Fancy dress encouraged – ahoy there matey!
“Reliably excellent” The Guardian
As seen and heard on BBC tv, 6Music, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Mirror, Resident Adviser, PopSugar, Time Out (101 Things to do with Kids in London) and Evening Standard.
what should i expect from the event?
Parents remain responsible for their children at all times. A max of 3 children per adult in a family. Each member of your group must have a ticket and pre-walking infants free (but ticketed). The event will be busy with hundreds of people attending. The dancefloor is for adults and children to dance together. If there are more than 4 adults per child in your group please email firstname.lastname@example.org for pre-approval before buying tickets.
how loud will it be?
BFLF sets and monitors the volume using World Health Organisation guidelines – so that is it at a safe level for everyone, even the youngest babies, over the 2 and a half hour duration of the event. Though quieter than at adult events, it is still loud enough to feel like you are at a club. Most parents do not use ear defenders on their children but if yours are particularly sensitive to noise or if you want them to nap then you might want to consider it.
we’re a group of adults who love to rave, can we come to bflf rave?
We’re afraid adult only groups are not admitted.
how can i contact the organiser with any questions?