WOOD GREEN (North London) Big Fish Little Fish Space Family Rave DJs 2 Bad Mice 13 March 3-5pm session
**This is the 3-5pm session.**DJ NEWS: 2 Bad Mice – the Guardian’s #1 old skool/hardcore DJs will play!
Far out! Join the award winning, world famous Big Fish Little Fish pioneering family ravers as they bring acid house, techno, house, hip hop, drum ‘n’ bass to families with 0-8 year olds at this Space themed rave.
Dance together on a dance floor filled with bubbles, balloons, foam and topped by the parachute dance in this craft beer and pizza warehouse brewery space!
Get super spacey crafty on the Nifty Natty Craft tables and enjoy the Villa Pia baby chill out or play areas.
Fancy dress (optional): all things spacey from stars to aliens!
‘Reliably excellent’ – the Guardian, ‘magical…credible music’ – Time Out, 2014 – 2018 Best Family Event – National Family Arts Festival Awards’
Facepainters our excellent facepainter will be on hand. Be transformed! Doxa Faces. Kids £6 – Adults £8. To be painted children must be over 2. Cash only for face-painting.
This is a working brewery so the venue is a large warehouse, easy access flat floor everywhere and light.
Family fun for the post-rave generation of parents. Helping parents be responsibly irresponsible since 2013. Together on the dancefloor.Stay cosmic all.
If the event is unable to proceed due to Covid rules then all ticket holders will be offered a free transfer to a future event or full refund.
BFLF staff will do lateral flow tests before the event and we ask that all adult attendees do same. If your test is positive (and you notify us within 48 hours of the event) then your tickets will be goodwill transferred to a a future event so you don’t miss out!
Parents remain responsible for their children at all times.
For families with younger children (8s and under) though all ages are welcome. Adults are not admitted unless accompanied by a child.
A max of 3 children per adult. If in a large group then one adult per two children please. If there are more than 4 adults per child in your group please email email@example.com for pre-approval before buying tickets.
Tickets are non-refundable but can be transferred/sold on.
Each member of your group must have a ticket and pre-walking infants free (but ticketed).
Please be aware that events are standing/dancing with limited seating, club lighting rigs (no strobes) are used and events are busy with around 300 people at each party – which helps create the rave ambience. Each event is stewarded and risk assessed in advance.
Buggies must be left in buggy park and will not be allowed on the dance floor. We in any case advise small babies be worn in slings on the dancefloor.
We may photograph or film parts of the event and by entering you are giving your permission for these to be used for BFLF promotion purposes.
Please be aware that BFLF is designed to provide a family friendly, authentic club experience and is not a traditional children’s party or disco. There is no kids music, nor games, nor DJ shout outs. The effect is to give families unity on the dancefloor – dancing together.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
All ages welcome but acitivities are designed with 0-8 years olds in mind. Music is played at safe levels for everyone.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Very close to train and tube stations and lots of buses nearby. Parking is free in the nearby roads.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What’s the refund policy?
There is a no refund policy but if you are unable to attend you may sell your tickets to someone else.
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 2.5 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.